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School News April 2018

Our Astro Turf pitch is finally finished! Pictured at the first opening of the newly laid astro turf pitch are Trish O'Callaghan (Deputy Principal), Helen Aherne, Meabh Deegan, Aoibheann Duggan, Maria Luisa Twomey, Aine Duggan, Sarah Sheridan, Kate Sheridan, Marie Perrot, Marie Collins (Principal) and Martin Hehir(coach).

Astro Turf 

 TY students visit Kolkata with the Hope Foundation.

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TY News

Best of luck to our TY students as the take part in this years 'Show Racism the Red Card' competition. We are very proud of them, you can click into the link below to see the great work they have done. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3tTgVvbQkM&list=PLZUF-Xv8flVjSL8c86ALk2E7nen0xN0Nm

 

 

Irish Department

Irish Orals this week for all 6th year students. Go néirí go geal libh!

 

Business Department

Congratulations to our Business Department and the current Transition Year students who received A's in their Junior Certificate Business Studies exam from

Business Dept

Back row: Meabh Moloney Ryan, Leah Dwyer, Aoibheann Duggan, Mayesha Choudury, Katie Ryan, Aisling Prout, Marry Ellen Phelan, Emily Phelan, Katie Stapleton, Eimear Campion, Sarah Doheny, Helen Aherne, Bríd Hanrahan. Front row: Sarah Johnson, Kate Sheridan, Dr Philip O'Regan (Dean of Kemmy Business School)Principal Marie Collins, Fergal O' Brien (Assistent Lecturer), Rachel McCormack, Kerry Browne.

 

CSPE Action Project

On Friday March 23rd, Presentation Secondary School, Thurles, held a whole school Tug of War tournament in aid of Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Ireland.

Naomh Ailbhe, a 2nd year group, organised the event for their CSPE Action Project. It was meticulously planned and executed expertly. They drew up the match table, collected money and organised the logistics for participants and spectators alike.

The sports hall was a medley of shouts and laughter, the crowning moment of the competition being the male teachers' embarrassing loss to the 2nd years.

All the winning teams received Easter eggs that the girls bought on their own initiative.

In the end, almost one thousand euro was raised during the event. A fantastic achievement for these enterprising young women.

 

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