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March 2020

March/April 2020

School Closure Activities

 

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Click on the link below if you would like to take part in the Chess as a Home -Project

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Week 1: 23/03-27/03/20

Please click on the links below for the relevant classes. We hope you enjoy doing these activities with your families.

1. Junior Infant week 1

2. Senior Infants week 1

3. 1st class week 1

4. 2nd class week 1

5. 3rd 4th class week 1

6. 5th 6th class week 1

 

18/03/20

To all our wonderful Presentation families,

We hope you are keeping safe at this difficult time. We know that our children miss the structure of school life and the company of their friends.

It is difficult to provide younger children with work which is meaningful and educational. However we would like to support families at home by suggesting a number of websites which provide enjoyable,educational activities for children.

We  also suggest a number of other activities.

family.gonoodle.com

nessy.com/uk

prodigygame.com

hourofcode.com

topmarks.co.uk

oxfordowl.co.uk

twinkl.ie

scoilnet.ie

seomraranga.ie

This post will be updated regularly while we are out of school.

We also recommend reading, cooking and baking, construction toys , drawing and colouring , jigsaws , board games, painting, junk art, playing outdoors, daily walk/run, cycling etc. Please ensure that all members of your family adhere to social distancing guidelines as issued by the HSE.

Irene Deasy and Staff of Presenation Primary School.

 

World Book Day-March 5th

Lots of boys and girls dressed up as their favourite characters on March 5th. Ms Simpson and her class made a beautiful collage.

Great collage

Challenge to Change Room 13

Third Class girls in Room 13 are currently taking part in Challenge to Change . Their project is entitled ” Is There a Climate For Change?” They have done lots of work on this project. They created informative posters in groups. They want to raise awareness of global warming throughout the school and wider community. There is a challenge to change noticeboard and a committee to steer the project.

The girls have made a list of small practical things we can all do to save our beautiful planet. These changes can make a big impact globally, and can help preserve our planet for future generations.

Gaeilgeoirí na Bliana sa Scoil

Gaeilgeoirí na Scoile, tá sibh ar fheabhas!

Congratulations to you all! Everybody got a framed photograph of themselves to take home to their families.

Bhi rince ar an gclós, agus bhí an craic ag gach éinne ag caitheamh glas, bán, agus ór! 

Everybody looked great in their green, white and gold. Lá Fhéile Phádraig shona daoibh go léir.

School Closure: we would advise everybody to follow government advice to keep you and your families safe. Keep up with your reading and gets lots of fresh air when you can.

March: Seachtain na Gaeilge

Ceiliúradh Seachtain na Gaeilge

Bhí lá iontach ag gach duine ar an 14 ú de Márta. Bhí dánta, amhráin, ceol, rince, seó faisean agus céilí sa halla.

Three Cheers for Saint Patrick!

Cailíní ag rince
Féach orainn ar an staitse!
Ceol le Pól
Rinceoirí na scoile
Gléasta go hálainn don lá
Ms Lisa Browne’s choir proudly holding their trophy
Beautiful singing, congratulations on your win.
Seó faisean
seó gúna mhaisiuil
Gaeilgeoirí na Scoile, Comhghairdeas!

Everybody looked great and had a wonderful day  celebrating Seachtain na Gaeilge. Thanks to all the teachers for all their work preparing for the concert and ceilí. Thanks also to the musicians, and to all the boys and girls for entertaining everybody. Míle buiochas agus tá súil againn go mbainfidh sibh go léir taitneamh as an deireadh seachtaine.

March 2018

  Ag Ceiliúradh Seachtain na Gaeilge

Bhí an lá againn sa halla ar an 14ú de Márta.

Tháinig ár Bean a’ Tí ar ais chughainn. Míle Buiochas.
Na Cainteoirí is fearr i rith Seachtain na Gaeilge 2018
An Haca Gaelach
An Teach a Thóg Séan-Rang a 4
Na Naíonáin Shóisearacha ar an bhfeirm
Ranganna a 3 agus a 3/4 le dán agus amhráin

Ag baint taitneamh as an lá
Ranganna 1 agus 1/2 ag canadh
Ceol le Pól
Ceol Le Pol arís
Ceol breise Le Pól. Go raibh míle maith agat.
Glaoch na h Eireann le Rang a Dó
Rinceoirí na Scoile
Rinceoirí lena camáin
Naíonáin Shinsearacha ag canadh
Rang a Cúig ag canadh
Bhí Seó Faisean ag Rang a Sé.
Fuair Bean Uí Mhoráin bláthanna deasa. Go raibh míle maith agat.
Kate ag rince Riverdance. Bhí sí ar fheabhas.
Criochnaigh an lá le Rinceoirí na Scoile. Bhí siad ar fheabhas freisin.

An Ceilí

Bhí ceili againn sa halla ar an Aoine.

Míle buiochas do Martin, Paddy agus Bean Uí Cheallaigh.
Bhí an craic ag gach duine ag damhsa timpeall na halla.
Bhí an ceol agus an rince go hiontach. Go raibh mile maith agaibh as ucht an tráthnóna specialta sa halla.

Peace Proms

Fifth and Sixth classes performed with other schools in the locality, in Cillin Hill on Monday March 19th. It was a wonderful occasion. Everybody sang really well and looked great at Peace Proms. Buiochas mór do na cailíní agus do na múinteoirí.

Our 5th and 6th class performers

 

 

Bhaineamar go léir an taitneamh as an gceiliúradh. Buiochas mór do gach duine. Ta súil againn go raibh deireadh seachtaine Naomh Pádraig an mhaith ag gach duine.

Debating Team

We are very proud of our debating team from 5th and 6th classes. They have been debating here, and  with teams from other schools. On Thursday  March 22nd they debated the motion “Single sex schools are better than mixed schools”, for their parents and 3rd to 6th classes. It was a very enjoyable exchange of views. Thank you to their teachers and Ms Jo Doyle for preparing the girls for their debates.

Our Debating Team

Health Promoting Committee

Healthy eating was the focus of the committee this term. A healthy eating poster competition was organised, and the posters are displayed around the school. Thanks to all the teachers and boys and girls involved.

Our Health Promoting Committee

We would like to wish everybody a Happy Easter. We hope to see you all back at school on Monday April 9th.

Thousandaire Fundraiser

Our Thousandaire fundraiser on March 22nd was a great success.  It was a great event and everybody enjoyed it. A huge thank  you to the committee who did tremendous work, thanks to all our sponsors, parents, staff in the Ormonde Hotel, and everyone who supported us. To date we have raised over  €21,000. We planned to resurface the junior yard and our goal has been achieved. Míle buiochas.

Spring 2017

We have all been very busy here in The Pres this term. Lots of activities have been taking place inside and outside  the classrooms.

Credit Union Quiz: 4th 5th and 6th class girls took part in the quiz in Cillin Hill in February. It was the largest ever quiz with 72 teams taking part. Our teams did very well and received a lovely goodie bag.

Junior Entrepreneur: fifth class are taking part in Junior Entrepreneur. There were six groups in the class, and they had a variety of business ideas. Following a Dragon’s Den presentation, it was decided that Squishies Stressball would be the most marketable product. The class are now busy with the production phase.

Spikeball: 6th class took part in the County Spikeball Finals in January. They performed very well, and reached the Semi finals. Well Done girls.

Book Fair on Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd of March, parents were welcome to go with their child at the class timetable or at home time. Thanks to our Parents’ Council, Khan’s Bookshop and to fifth class.

Seachtain na Gaeilge

Bhí Seachtain na Gaeilge iontach againn. Rinne gach éinne an iarracht Gaeilge a labhairt timpeall na scoile. Bhi tráth na gceist againn gach lá agus bhíomar go léir sa halla ag baint taitneamh as na dánta, na hamhráin, an ceol,  rincí agus Seo Faisean. Bhí céilí mór againn freisin.

Gaeilgeoirí na Scoile 2017

Lá Mór sa Halla

Rang a Dó agus a Trí ,Seomra a 10

 

Na Naionán Shóisearach ag canadh
Seomra 11, Rang 3/4
Rang a h Aon
Rang a Dó ag canadh Glaoch na hEireann
Ceol le Pól ar an bhfeadóg stáin
Ceol le Nicola agus An Quartet
Tá Mrs Kelly ag baint taitneamh as an lá.
The Hurley Dance
Na Naionán Shínsearach ag canadh
Rang a Cúig: Dúisigh Mé
Rang a Cúig ag Rince

An Seo Faisean

 

Bláthanna do Mrs Moran, best Bean a’ Tí Ever!

Go raibh míle maith agat Bean Uí Mhoráin
Rinceoirí na Scoile
Tá siad go hiontach!

An Ceilí 

 

Is breá linn an ceilí.

Ceol iontach, go raibh maith agaibh Martin agus Paddy.
Mrs Kelly, na ceoltóirí agus rinceoirí

We had a wonderful day celebrating Seachtain na Gaeilge.

Míle buiochas to the teachers, boys and girls for entertaining us. Thanks to Mrs Moran for being a great Bean a’ Tí and to Mrs Kelly and the musicians for the ceilí. We were delighted to hear wonderful music from our talented past pupils. Thank you Nicola, Paul and the musicians. We wish you all a Happy Saint Patrick’s Day. Bain taitneamh as!

 

Confirmation 2017

Congratulations to our sixth class girls, who, who along with the boys from the CBS, were confirmed on Saturday 25th March. Confirmation took place in The Cathedral. It was a beautiful ceremony officiated by Bishop Freeman, Monsignor Brennan and Father O’ Shea. Our 5th class girls joined Mr Brennan’s choir, and all sang beautifully. Míle buiochas to all the boys and girls, parents, teachers and members of the clergy who made it such a special day. Everybody was so lucky with the weather, we hope you all had a great day with your families.

Confirmation Class: Room 16
Confirmation: Room 15

Sixth Classes 2016-2017

Our sixth classes are coming to the end of their time with us here in The Pres. Next term will be their last term in primary school. Doesn’t time fly! The girls will be very busy preparing for secondary school, and of course rehearsing for their play. Enjoy the last of your primary school time girls and treasure your memories.

Sixth Class: Room 15
Sixth Class: Room 16

Bainigí taitneamh as an t-am atá fágtha agaibh sa bhunscoil!

Seachtain na Gaeilge

Seachtain na Gaeilge 2016

Bhí seachtain na Gaeilge an specialta againn i mí na Marta an bhliain seo.

Sixth Class put on a fashion show. There were some great outfits.

Some of our models, looking good!
Some of our models, looking good!
The catwalk
The catwalk
The ceilí
The ceilí in the afternoon was great fun.
Thanks to martin and Paddy for the music. Bhí an lá again.
Thanks to martin and Paddy for the music. Bhí an lá again.

 

 

 

We celebrated Seachtain na Gaeilge with a concert and a céilí. There was great music, colour, poetry and dancing.
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