This musical, written by musician Tom Conroy, is all about the life of Nano Nagle, the foundress of the Presentation sisters. First years are getting well settled and once again, I encourage parents to make sure your daughter is getting involved in after school activities. The school came under the National Board in 1880 when state money was received fro the payment of mointresses and for buying school requisites. This school is a community of students, parents, staff and management. They had an early start, 7. The licence which would lessen the danger of change of Government attitude affecting their freedom and would excuse them from paying most of the Window Tax, was granted on 16 December 1799.
Congratulations to all of the students who have represented Presentation Secondary Wexford in so many sporting activities, debating, competitions in the last few weeks and since the start of the year It also is chance to remind parents and students, of the vast amount of extra-curricular activities that are available here in Presentation Wexford, from camogie, Gaelic Football, Basketball, Badminton, Soccer, Debating, Athletics, Deep-green, Games Club, Walking Club, Couch to 5K to the Feminist Society there is something for everyone on offer. History at Presentation Waterford is a long established and successful subject. This year we mark 200 years of providing education to Wexford Town and surrounding areas. Waterford 051-373476 Girls: 496 Park Road, Waterford 051-874445 Boys: 330 Girls: 159 Ursuline Convent Waterford 051-876510 Girls: 915 Waterford 051-860200 Boys: 198 Girls: 201. On 11 October 1970 work commenced on a new secondary school building, which was built in stages. Without an understanding of the past, the present doesn't make much sense.
It encourages personal and social development and recognises the need for students to grow in independence. Whole Scool Activity with staff and students taking part in dance routine. According to official data it is the seven hundred and eighth Education facility in the county and available sources show on nineteenth place in the local area ranked by number of students. Finally we visited Blackrock Observatory. Tercentenary musical continued its tercentenary celebrations with the staging of a beautiful performance of Woman of Welcoming Heart in the old convent chapel.
Students of History in Presentation Waterford will explore the lives of people in the past, and the social, political, economic and cultural structures of past communities, so as to be able to comprehend the world today. The first lay Principal took up the post on 1 September 2002. Beth is the first-ever Waterford senior camogie player to win an All Star award. They also learned about the castle and how it was used to defend Cork harbour from pirates. History is also valuable in a wide variety of careers.
Congratulations also to Opeoluwa Olajide and Katie Whelan who have made the Munster under 15 basketball panel. To contact the Office of the Press Ombudsman go to or. These skills will be developed, skills which are relevant in modern life and the workplace. We aim to provide an experience that will stimulate the student and develop a life-long interest in the subject. These girls have been selected to represent the school, based on the contribution they make to their local community.
We have high expectations of our students in all they do, be it academic, sporting or cultural. A full-sized sports hall was added in 1983. According to the latest data there are three hundred and ninety nine pupils, only girls are allowed in this establishment. To put our lives in the twenty-first century in a broad perspective, to appreciate Ireland's relationship with the world, to understand how other cultures and countries have developed, we need to study History. Presentation Waterford 2nd year Science trip, 30 September 2016 20 of our second year science student went on a trip to Cork city to visit local science exhibitions and facilities, organised by Science teacher Eoin Lynch.
In December a formal permission to teach school was sought from the Protestant Bishop, Dr. Due to militia activity near Kilmacthomas their arrival in Waterford was delayed until 6 September. It provides a bridge to enable students make the transition from Junior to Senior Cycle. Above all, History helps students to think logically, express clear opinions and put forward reasoned arguments. This facility served as the water treatment plant for Cork city for many years.
Those unable to attend on weekdays came on Sundays. On 6 November they opened a school in Jenkins Lane. The programme includes the following: · Study of basic subjects to provide a foundation for Leaving Certificate work · Taste of Business and Science subjects to help with subject choice for 5 th year. In 1963 a large new Primary School was built and linked to a fine Assembly Hall. There is also a very excited group of Transition years who will be heading to Co Louth for their activity holiday, and a further 20 students will travel to Italy to hit the slopes in the next few weeks.
Students who participate most enthusiastically tend to benefit most from the year. Sports success The school is celebrating some great sporting success recently. After it was shut down it was refurbished into an interactive science gallery and exhibition centre showcasing the engines and processes used to produce drinkable water. Health and Wellbeing Week Presentation Secondary School, Waterford have just concluded another very successful Health and Well Being Week. This scheme in addition to defending the freedom of the press, offers readers a quick, fair and free method of dealing with complaints that they may have in relation to articles that appear on our pages.
After this they went to Cork Institute of Technology for a tour of the campus including the science laboratories. There are multiple similar education facilities in the local area like: - distance 0. Mission Statement Presentation Secondary School is a Catholic school for girls inspired by the vision of Nano Nagle. Adults attended on Sunday afternoon after Mass. Enterprise, fund-raising for charity, fund-raising for school musical · Development of poise and confidence e. The school congratulates past pupil Beth Carton on receiving an Allianz Senior Camogie Award.