Well done to all students who received awards at our inaugural Presentation Secondary School Student Award Ceremony – all awards so well deserved – you are our school. And thank you to our special guests
Mr Victor O’Flynn, Dr. Steele and Megan Horgan
Positive Behaviour awards
Attendance award and a special mention to Natasha and Amy who had 14 and 10 years unbroken attendance
Student of the Year
CEIST AWARD AWARDED TO 6TH YEAR OVERALL STUDENT OF THE YEAR
Our school theatre is now called, Nano Nagle Theatre. A beautiful choral evening celebrated the rededication, with guest choirs, St.Stephens Episcopal Madrigal Singers from Texas and Scoil Maria Assumpta. Special guests, our Presentation Sisters and Micheál Martin Really enjoyed the evening. Well done everyone on a fantastic evening and a huge congratulations to our own choir. Photos: Finbarr Barry
Women in Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths. Well done to 4th years on presenting their Award winning science app “rattle my bones” and creative art design for junk Kouture at this year’s iWish conference in Cork City Hall. Thank you to Ms Buckley-Kelliher, Ms O’Sullivan & the many teachers that helped out.
Congratulations to our U16 Camogie team who have been crowned County Champions. Fantastic achievement girls and a great year for Pres Ballyphehane
Our All-Ireland Futsal champions at a reception yesterday in the Metropole Hotel where they received the award for December’s Cork City and County Youth team. It was a lovely afternoon for the girls, truly deserved and we wish them the best of luck in the overall awards on February 9th. Thank you John Buckley Sports and the Metropole Hotel who sponsor the awards.
Huge well done to our Futsal All-Ireland Champions who have been awarded December’s Cork City and County youth team. They will go forward for the overall award in January! Well done girls, you have done us so proud
Congratulations to the students who received ‘One Step Beyond Awards’. This award recognises students who go that extra mile in school life. Well done everyone!
Huge effort was made for our Christmas jumper day! Well done everyone and €420 was raised for Cork Simon! Special thank you to our TY students on organising a great day.
Creative Writing Club getting into the Christmas Spirit
Leaving Cert Link Modules students held a Purple Day fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis Ireland recently. They raised money for the charity by having a balloon blowing challenge and baking chocolate chip cookies.
Bring on the Rebels! Both the girls and boys cups are on their way home to cork!
Huge congratulations to our 4th year students who won an award for Best Functionality for the app they developed, ‘Rattle my Bones’ in CIT yesterday. Fantastic achievement girls, well done!
CONGRATULATIONS to our 1st year students who were honoured at an assembly today after winning the Munster Futsal Championships! The very best in the All-Ireland Finals next Tuesday
The panel of players are: Clara Callanan, Abi Callanan, Alix Mendez, Amy Noonan, Sopie Thomson, Lya Gilhooly, Shianne Butsana, Sophie Murray, Laura O’Sullivan, Katelyn Power
Well done to our College Awareness Week competition winners Ciara McGann (6th year) and Katelyn O Mahony (3rd year) for coming up with creative jobs of the future relative to their current school subjects.
Sixth years presenting a cheque to Pat O’Regan a volunteer from Marymount Hospice. The money was raised with a cake sale, a raffle and fancy dress day.
4th year art students creating a visual production for mental health awareness, organised by Mr O’Shea, under the tutelage of Ms Buckley Kelliher & Ms Rafferty.
Well done to the First Yr Futsal soccer team who are now the Cork Futsal champions and are through to the Munster Finals!
On Tuesday 12th October 2017, TY students attended the Cork Mental Health Foundation seminar at Clayton Hotel Silver Springs along with almost 800 other students from Cork city and county,
Students listened to a number of speakers on the day. This included Aishling Thompson (Cork camogie player) , Gavin Hennigan (adventurer) and Liam Doocey (Youth Development Officer at the Youth Health Service) who addressed both their own personal mental health struggles and those facing teenagers.
Students are pictured here with Liam Doocey.