Students held a sleepover in school to raise funds for Cork Simon
Our 4th year girls were the winners of the final of the All Ireland Light Entertainment Festival 2017
Our 4th Year girls on stage in the Briery Gap Theatre performing their play. We are now through to the final of the All Ireland Light Entertainment Festival 2017
6A class presented a cheque for €212 to Ann Hilliard, a fundraising volunteer from Marymount Hospice. They raised the money with their mini company Winter Essential Pack.
5th Year LCA Horse Riding – part of their Leisure and Recreation course March 2017
CSPE action project visit to Lord Mayor in city hall.
Welcome to Presentation Secondary School’s website. We hope our site will answer some of your questions that you may have about our school and give you an insight into what we offer.
We are a Voluntary Catholic Secondary School for girls operating under the trusteeship of CEIST. It supports the Religious and Educational Philosophy of its Foundress, Nano Nagle.
Presentation Secondary School is tremendously proud of its history, tradition and past achievements and it recognises the immense contribution of all those who have worked in the school since its foundation. However, we are also committed to embracing new thoughts and processes and are mindful of current educational reform and change.
In this website we give you an overview of school life. If you require any further information, please do contact us at the school directly. We will be delighted to answer any questions you may have.
Ms. Nicola Barrett Principal
Ms. Gillian Murphy Deputy Principal
Students at the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) event, in city hall. This is an initiative to inspire, encourage and motivate young female students to pursue careers in STEM.
Our 2nd Year Geography students took part in the Cork Geography Teachers Association table quiz last night. Our girls did us proud.
Well done to our footballers who won 7-2 to 5-7
Our great cross country runners who took part in the South Munster Championship on Friday.
Mental Health Week! Students wrote positive things about themselves for our Positivity Wall