Nov/Dec News

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Nov/Dec News

Conradh na Gaeilge Competition

Tháinig Orlaith Nic Gearailt , Bainisteoir Fheachtais le foireann Bhliain na Gaeilge agus cúpla duine ón gcraobh áitiúil do Chonradh na Gaeilge isteach agus bhronn said seic orainn.Ghlacamar páirt sa chomórtas ‘Gaelfhíseán na Bliana agus bhuamar! Bhí caighdeán na n-iarrthóirí an ard sa chomórtas seo ar fud na hÉireann.
Táimid an bhródúil as an éacht atá bainte amach ag na cailíní- buaiteoirí an chomórtais i dTiobraid Árann.
Congrats to our 5th years and teachers from our gaeilge/music departments who won the Tipperary section in a recent competition organised by Conradh na Gaeilge. Comhgairdeas do gach duine.

Art Department News

Our Art Department have been very busy lately with success in the Credit Union Art Competition, performing at Emma Lacey Fundraiser in Hotel Minella and also our 5th years were busy painting windows in Abbott in preparation for Christmas. Well done to everyone.

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Art Exhibition

Well done to our second years and Ms.Walsh, Art Teacher held a “My Spaces” Portraits Exhibition in South Tipp Arts Centre.  This project is based around the pupils “safe” and “happy” places. The pupils had to decide where they feel most comfortable and safe. An area that is most important to them where they can go if they are stressed, worried or anxious. It is important to find these areas for ourselves so we can go there to help relieve our stress and worry and feel comforted and safe. The recognition of these spaces is important for these second-year pupils so as they grow within their school years, they can feel secure in a certain space. They have worked really hard at deciding where these “safe” space is for them. The pupils were also inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s painting technique through using a lot of colour, palette knives and heavy acrylic paint to express colour and texture in their final piece.

Congratulations to Ms.Walsh & Second year students on their excellent work.

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TY History Exhibition

Congrats to our Ty students and their History teachers Ms. O’Carroll & Ms. Cashman whom successfully opened their museum exhibition based around the theme of our grandparent’s past last Friday in the Tipperary Museum. The exhibition was called ‘Passing on the Past’. For the past three months, the three transition year classes worked with the museum to develop a full- scale exhibition. The finished product consisted of large panels, artifacts and listening pieces, all completed by the students with the help of Jayne Sutcliffe,Tipperary County Museum. There was quite a large turn out with many students, parents, grandparents and teachers. Cllr. Mattie Ryan Cathaoirleach Tipperary County Council officially opened Exhibition. The Exhibition is open until January 2019.

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By Maha Aziz Ty student Pres Clonmel

Information Night for 1st Years September 2019.

Thanks to our second year girls, sixth year leaders and parents who helped with the organisation of our Information Evening for First Years September 2019. The evening was a huge success where prospective students got an opportunity to see our excellent facilities.


Retirement Function

A very enjoyable retirement function was held recently in Raheen House Hotel for Kathriona Murphy and Frank Scully. We congratulate our retirees for their excellent dedication and commitment to the Presentation Secondary School Clonmel and we wish them many years of happiness in their retirement.

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Business Department
Nine of our girls who received an A grade in Junior Certificate Honours Business Studies this year were recognised by the Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) and the Business Studies Teachers Association of Ireland (BSTAI) for their achievement. The ceremony celebrates and recognises excellence in Junior Certificate Business Studies. Congrats to all who attended the ceremony with Mrs Anne Casey & Mr. Frank Scully (Business Teacher).