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All about Presentation Primary Terenure, Dublin 6W

Final Assembly

Our last Assembly of the year was presented by the 5th class girls. They sang some lovely songs and reminded us of the highlights of the school year. What a busy,action packed and enjoyable year we’ve had ! Ms. Hume presented Full Attendance awards. Congratulations to all the recipients.

We also said a fond farewell to Garda Tom. He has been a community Garda in Terenure for many years and is a frequent visitor to our school.Ms. Hume presented him with a photo of all the pupils and a Presentation Primary teddy bear !

 

3rd Class Tour

The 3rd classes went on their tour to Lullymore Heritage and Discovery Park on June 22nd. The girls had a great day out. The weather was kind to us and the girls enjoyed a fun filled day with lots of activities. We learned a lot about the bog and we enjoyed a road train ride. We also saw lots of animals and we had a great time in the play area.

 

Senior Infants: Sports Day

The Senior Infants had a great day!

They ran so fast in all their races and cheered on their team mates too.

They were exhausted!

Well done, Senior Infants!

Camogie Victory In Croke Park

Croke Park Here We Come

We are off to Croke Park tomorrow to cheer on our camogie team in the final against Gaelscoil Bhrian Bóroimhe. We have decorated our corridors with flags , bunting and banners. We’ve made posters to cheer on the girls and we’ve been busy practising our songs and chants. Go Pres !

 

Fifth Class Fun in Baltinglass

Camogie News!

We at Presentation are delighted to announce that the girls  have made it to the camogie final in Croke Park!! All our hard work has finally paid off huge thanks to Tom. We would be delighted to have as much support as possible in Croke Park on the 21st of June- kick off is at 10 am. Get practising your chants…….

 

First Class

First class went on their summer nature walk- we also looked for minibeasts.

 

National Parents Council Conference

National Parents Council Conference this weekend, May 28th

Saturday 28 May 2016 – Registration is FREE, but must be done in advance

To register please click here

Ready…..Steady…..Learn! Parents supporting their Children’s Healthy Learning

Date: Saturday 28th of May 2016

Time: 10.30am – 4.00pm
Venue: National College of Ireland, Mayor Square, Dublin 1, D01 K6W2

Situated in the IFSC, on the LUAS Redline at the Mayor Square – NCI Stop

Guest Speakers:

Shane Martin:Positive Parenting: Harnessing Strengths within Children

Shane is a leading psychologist within the area of education. He specialises in selfhelppsychology and believes that psychology has a vital role to play in preventingillness as well as treating it, in highlighting strengths as well as identifying weaknessesand in fostering the positive traits in people. As parents, we all want our children togrow into happy adults; but sometimes we feel as though we have little real influenceover them as they grow older. New scientific research reveals that happiness canbe cultivated within the home, school and community and that parenting stylesand practices have a tremendous effect on children’s emotional outlook on life. Bypromoting some basic positive traits and harnessing their inner strengths we canencourage our children to have a more positive view of self, others and the world.Parenting can be challenging but also a positive and fulfilling experience. We need towork at being more ‘positive’ in our approach.

Paula Mee:Ready to learn? Feeding our future. Nutritional issues for children

Co-author of the best- selling guide to ‘Your Middle Years, Love them, Live them,Own them’. From Galway, Paula graduated from University College Galway with aBSc. in Biochemistry. She then completed her postgraduate qualification in Dieteticsand a Masters in Health Science from Leeds Metropolitan University. She is a currentmember and a past president of the Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute (INDI),the professional body for dietitians in Ireland. Paula runs her own consultancy andprovides an extensive range of services in nutrition, corporate wellness, marketingcommunications, recipe and menu analysis and product development. She hasa comprehensive portfolio of clients from the food and pharmaceutical industry,educational establishments, catering & retail sector, the corporate industry & othergroups of health professionals.

Oisin McGann:‘Making Stuff Up’

Oisín McGann is a bestselling and award-winning writer and illustrator who hasproduced thirty-five books of different levels, ranging from first-time readers up toadults. As part of his career over the last thirteen years, he has worked extensivelywith children in primary and secondary schools, promoting reading, writing and art.He also served on the board of Children’s Books Ireland for seven years, the nationaladvocate body for children’s books, and before his career in publishing, he workedin advertising, design and animation. This very unscientific talk will cover some of hisexperiences in working with children, along with thoughts on the art of storytellingand practical tips on how to promote creativity at home.

Fun on the Farm!

We have been learning all about the farm. We learned facts about cows and pigs. We read farm stories – our favourite story was Click Clack Moo. We built a farm in Aistear! Yeee Haw