Presentation (Girls) Secondary School, Clonmel, is committed to offering our students a holistic Catholic Education in a caring environment conducive to learning and development
Our school is proud of the wide range of academic and extra – curricular programmes that we offer to meet the needs of our students. We strive very hard to adhere to the principles of Presentation education by providing opportunities for all our students to reach their full potential, be that in the traditional academic Leaving Certificate or in the innovative highly successful Leaving Certificate Applied course. We also offer a wide-ranging pastoral care programme to support our students during the important formative teen years.
We value the idea of a strong but fair system of discipline, which we operate in partnership with parents. Our belief is that good learning and personal development can only take place in a well-ordered environment where everyone is treated with respect and dignity.
Congratulations to all of our Leaving Cert class of 2010 on their excellent results. Well done to all
The newly refurbished school was officially opened by Minister Mary Hanafin (below)on Friday April 16, 2010.
Creating a partnership with parents in the education of their daughters is an essential part of successful education. Here in Presentation Secondary School Clonmel we strive to live our ideals by working closely at all times with the families of our students.
There was great celebrations in the Art Department in March. Congrats to Niamh Byrne who the Senior Category (4th/5th/6th Years)of Google's third annual Irish Doodle 4 Google competition. Niamh competed against the competition's 60 regional winners and won the most public votes of any entry in her age category. more.....
Presentation Secondary School,Clonmel win National Final
Grainne Wilson and Emma Clancy under the supervision of their Art teacher,Mrs.Mairead Fennell won the National final of the Junk Kouture Fashion Design Competition in Dublin .Their outfit,"An Urban Armour" was designed and crafted using empty coke cans and ring tops.Also,Molly Moclair and Emily white reached the final 60 by creating a dress in the shape of a swan,based on the Children of Lir theme.The competition attracted an initial 1,500 entries. more...
Well done to our TY girls on organising an excellent fashion show last week in the Clonmel Park Hotel. A sell out audience were entertained for three hours with different styles of fashion, singing,dancing and drama.Great credit goes to Ms.Hayes,Mr.Greene,Mrs.Fennell and Mr.Buckley for helping with the organization of the night.
As part of their studies in Geography, our fifth years visited the Burren.The Field Study is an essential element of the course and the girls found the results very interesting and beneficial to their studies. It proved to be a very busy but enjoyable trip for our girls. Our thanks to Mrs.Roisin Hennessy and Ms.Andrea Dunford for organizing the trip.