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Archive for April, 2015

Dáil Report

After the success of our National Children’s Choir performance in the basketball arena, sixth class visited the National Museum and the Dáil. We learned a lot. Lucinda Creighton T.D. met with us and answered questions. Maybe one of us will be a T.D one day!

Twitter Rap

We are trying to increase our number of Twitter followers here at Presentation Primary Terenure. The first classes performed a Twitter rap at the Junior Assembly on Friday April 24th.If you’re already on Twitter we’d love you to follow @presterenure. If you’re not on Twitter it’s easy to sign up and see what we’re up to!

Here is our rap 

Our school is now on Twitter

And it’s such great fun

We tweet almost everyday 

About what we’ve done.

We want to tell the whole world 

What’s going on here

So tell your friends and family

to get themselves in gear.

Sign up to Twitter

It’s easy to be sure,

and start to follow



Recorder Band

The recorder band played “Hot Cross Buns” at the Junior Assembly last week . Well done to all the musicians !

The Opticians

The Opticians has opened in Senior Infants.

Pop in and get your eyes tested!

We are also having fun in the sand.

We even had time to build a castle for Sleeping Beauty!

Gallery Trip

The 3rd classes visited the National Art Gallery on Wedsnesday April 22nd. We took the bus into town and walked to the gallery. We had a very interesting and informative tour of some of the highlights of the collection. Afterwards we enjoyed the beautiful weather in Merrion Square. A great day out was had by all !


Active Wise


Following the success of last year’s Portion Wise Walk, a bigger event has been planned to raise awareness of the importance of physical activity so that both adults and children enjoy being Active Wise.
There will be an Active Wise Walk and Fun Activities in Bushy Park on Sunday 26th April at 3PM (weather permitting) so look out for our banners, posters and leaflets publicising the event across Terenure or follow us on
With massive help from the local schools, parents and Dublin City Council, the event aims to encourage children and adults to share some experience of activities, by trying a new activity or even revisiting an old one.
There will be a brisk warm-up before the short walk around the upper level of Bushy Park, along the footpath, followed by a variety of activities planned for after the Active Wise Walk on the front pitch closest to the tennis courts. Here is a taster of the activities, all weather permitting of course…
• Mini-Cricket Blitz
• Tag rugby
• Athletics and obstacle course
• Hopscotch / Hula Hoops / Jumping Jacks
• Chair Fit for older adults

We hope that you will be able to join us.

Active Wise Committee