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Class of 2019

We said goodbye to the Class of 2019 on Thursday. We had a full day of celebration beginning with a memory book signing during tea and coffee provided by the students for the teachers. This was followed by a beautiful whole school Mass celebrated by the parish priest Fr. Murphy. After a lunch for parents, staff and students the girls received their graduation certs at an emotional ceremony in our Nano Nagle theatre. Congratulations girls…you’ll be missed


Psych Slam

Congratulations Jesse, Molly, Niamh, Chloe T, Chloe K and Lily from 4th year who represented the school at Psych Slam UCC today. They presented on the “psychology of food vs. appetite” in the Aula maxima. Their presentation was commended by many other schools and they can be proud of their performance.

Well done girls


Our school choir

What a very special and memorable evening our choir had at the Lord Mayor’s concert, performing to a full house in the city hall and being part of a very special Lord Mayor’s Christmas concert this evening. They sang with Cara O’Sullivan, Majellah Cullagh, Mary Hegarty and Cork Concert Orchestra (which included our Principal Ms Barrett, making the occasion extra special).  Thank you to Ryan Morgan and the organising committee for inviting our choir to be part of such an occasion.

Girls you did us so proud…well done.


Presentation Day

On Wednesday we celebrated Presentation Day with Scoil Maria Assumpta and the Community Presentation Sisters with a beautiful Mass in the Church, followed by refreshments in the Convent to celebrate the Tercentenary of the birth of the Venerable Nano Nagle.

Thank you to our Sisters in the Convent, it was a lovely afternoon


College Awareness Week

We are honoured to be the Cork school promoting College Awareness Week nationally

Day 1 of College Awareness Week kicked off with a study skills session for 1st and 2nd years by Orlagh Farmer and there was a great turn out for the parent’s guidance session with Una Maher from Cork ETB

On Day 2 of College Awareness week, we welcomed back past pupil and all Ireland Camogie star Gemma O Connor, Gemma also spoke with 4th year students about her career in the army. A strong message to all students was “don’t be afraid of trying, don’t be afraid of failing” whether it comes to your sporting or academic careers

On day 4 of College Awareness Week we had a guest speaker from the College of Commerce who spoke to 6th years and LCA students.

We wrapped up College Awareness Week with the presentation of the inaugural ‘Katrina O’Flynn’ scholarships. Students applied based on a Quercus style application form. A Junior and a Senior scholarship was awarded. Well done to Saoirse O’Brien, the Junior winner and Elena Crowley who came 2nd and to Letitia Kirby, the Senior winner and Jesse Mendez who came 2nd. Thank you to Michelle Power from Quercus, UCC, who helped to select the winners and spoke on the day and a huge thanks to Victor O’Flynn and the O’Flynn family for their very kind donation of these scholarships.


Science Week 2018

Well done to all students who got involved in a very exciting Science Week in our school. We had a wonderful display in the foyer followed by many activities and challenges.

Who knows the next ‘Einstein’ May be walking amongst us


6th years enjoyed a performance of Macbeth in the Firkin Crane theatre yesterday.

Always great to bring the classroom alive!!!


On Thursday TY students accompanied by their teacher Ms. Barry Murphy visited Iniscarra dam. This visit was part of a study for their geography class. Students donned hard hats and high vis jackets and were given a tour of the facility.

Thank you to all involved


Career Day

5th and 6th years enjoyed a very informative day at the Career Options day in Rochestown last week.


Choir

Huge congratulations to Ms. Dunphy and the choir on winning second place at Derry International Choral Festival.

A fantastic achievement in a competition of exceptional standard.

Many thanks to First South Credit Union, Ballyphehane for their generous sponsorship towards the trip


On Monday we hosted a visit from 5 lecturers from colleges in the Netherlands. The purpose of the visit was to inform 5th and 6th year students about studying a abroad.

Many thanks to our guidance department for facilitating this event


Prizewinners

Congratualations to Ms. O’Donovan and 5th year French students, Ife, Caitlin and Sophia who were winners at UCC’s ‘Me, myself and I’ translation competition.

Prizewinners enjoyed a day in UCC facilitated by several members of the language departments.

Félicitations les filles!!


Colour Run

Wellbeing – Positive Mental Health – Physical Fitness – Fun!

All part of a great day for all our students and staff at our Annual Colour Run. Thank you to Tramore Valley Park

 


Junior Cert 2018

It was great to see so many happy faces when the girls received their Junior Cert results. Well done to each and every one of you…

we are so proud of you

 


Awards 2017-2018

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

 

CATS awards

 

 

Positive Behaviour awards

 

 

Attendance award and a special mention to Natasha and Amy who had 14 and 10 years unbroken attendance

 

 

Principal’s awards 

 

 

Student of the Year

CEIST AWARD AWARDED TO 6TH YEAR OVERALL STUDENT OF THE YEAR

LAURYN MURPHY


Tercentenary Concert

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


iwish 2018

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.