Welcome to our German Exchange students from Rosenheim and Bon Voyage to our own 5th year students as they travel to France for their school exchange! We hope you have a great experience, improve on your languages and make plenty of memories!
Our Senior Captains are pictured with the 3 Munster trophies the school has won this year. This is the first time in history this has been done! Katie Ryan (soccer captain), Anna Gavin (camogie captain) and Aoife Maher (football captain) are pictured with their coaches Mr Treacy and Mr Ryan.
TY students on tour in Rome!!
A Date for your Diary!!
Our Annual Fashion Show will take place on the 22nd of March in our Sports Complex. Tickets are on sale from our school! To be in with a chance to win 2 tickets head over to our Facebook page Presentation Secondary, like share and tag your friends!!
Camogie, Football and now Soccer!!
Pres Thurles are Munster Senior Soccer Champions!! They beat Coláiste na Trócaire, Rathkeale 3-2 in Cahir Park today with goals from Lauren McCormack, Aoibheann Clancy and Casey Hennessy.
Congratulations girls and their coach Mr Ryan!
TY and some of our 5th year students receiving their Junior Cycle Profile of Achievement today! Well done to all!!
OurSenior Basketball team travelled to Dunshaughlin this weekend to compete in the All Ireland Playoffs. They played Gort, Belfast and Dunshaughlin. Unfortunately they lost to Dunshaughlin but they had a great day on the road which saw 6th year student Clodagh Sherman signing off after 6 years of schools basketball. Hard luck to the girls and their coaches Martin Hehir and Ms Devane. We are very proud of you all for all the hard work and dedication you have shown over the year!
Our TY and 5th year Art students got the opportunity to see 'Loving Vincent' in the Source Arts Centre today. A visual masterpiece, it was really enjoyed by all.
Congratulations to our U 19 Badminton Team who won the Tipperary Championships today!! Emily Phelan, Sarah Doheny, Mary Ellen Phelan and Ciara Treacy will now represent Tipperary in the Munster Championships on 25th January!! Well done girls and well done to their teacher Mr Maher.
Huge congratulations to our Senior A Camogie team who are now Munster Champions!!The beat Coachford College on Saturday 13th January with a scoreline of 3-5 to 0-12.
A big thank you to their management team, Mr Ryan, Mr Treacy and Ms Laura Gleeson who have worked tirelessly over the past few months, the hard work has paid off!!
"Success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty and persistence"
Our TY BT Young Scientists pictured at the exhibition which was held in the RDS last week. Congratulations to the girls and their teachers Mr Flynn and Ms O'Brien!
Sarah Mc Carthy and Lauren Murphy received the amazing opportunity to go on the Late Late Show and speak about their BT Young Scientist project!
Our first year students are photographed recently at the BT Yound Scientists Exhibition in the RDS.
Today we had our annual Christmas Carol Service in the Cathedral. It was a beautiful afternoon of song and celebrating Christmas. We also presented a cheque for 800 euro to St Vincent de Paul, this money was raised after our Christmas Jumper Day last Friday. We want to thank our Music and Religion department for organising the service.
Pres Thurles Qualify For Third Successive Munster
Pres Thurles 4-5 Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig 1-4
On Thursday last Presentation Thurles welcomed Coláiste Choilm to Thurles to contest this years Munster Camogie semi final. Conditions were dreadful with persistent rain and a howling wind during the match. Presentation Thurles seized the initiative right from the get go as Grace O'Donnell won
possession from the throw in and burst forward before firing a ball from distance all the way to the Cork net. Coláiste Choilm were visibly rocked by this setback as Aoibheann Clancy quickly added two points from placed balls to open a gap. Coláiste Choilm settled their nerves with two points of their own
but were immediately thrown, when the ever reliable Casey Hennessy won possession before rifling home another goal for Pres Thurles. Once again to their credit Coláiste Choilm responded but this time with a superbly taken goal to really bring them back into the contest. However, this Presentation
Thurles team responded in typical fashion with Aoife Finlay registering her first championship goal. Just as halftime approached Pres Thurles came up with the killer blow to Coláiste Choilm’s Munster ambitions as the brilliant Casey Hennessy once again won possession and inevitably the ball
ended up in the Cork net. Coláiste Choilm would never recover as the gap was too big on a day where scores were going to be hard to come back from. Grace O Donnell was at her best in the
middle of the field and a defence marshalled by captain Anna Gavin and Molly O' Connor was not for passing. Aoibheann Clancy was a constant thorn in the side of the Cork defence throughout the contest and the Pres girls can now look forward to a Munster final date with Coachford College on the 13th of
LCVP Winter Wonderland in aid of Temple Street Hospital! Well done to our 5th year LCVP class for organising such an enjoyable morning for our 1st year students. The girls had organised so many activities such as a table quiz, photo booth, hair and nail bar, bake sale, novelty games, karaoke and it ended with a dance off! Everyone left in high spirits after it. Thank you to their teachers Ms Prendergast and Ms O'Sullivan.
Our 3rd year Music class who recently visited the Hospital of the Assumption, Thurles to perform for their Mass and Annual Christmas Party. A big thank you to the staff for letting our students be a part of a very special day and also thank you to Ms Stapleton and Ms Harrold for organising the visit.
Congratulations to all our students who participated in the One Mile Challenge on December 5th!
What an amazing night we had last night!
We want to thank everyone who supported us as we celebrated 200 years of the Presentation Sisters in Thurles. A massive thank you to Patrick Conlon, Eimear Harrold, Caroline Buggy, Trish McElgunn, Mary B Lanigan Ryan, Pat Corbett, Star Systems, our past and present pupils and Majella and Daniel O'Donnell who made the night such a success!
We hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did; a spectacular finish to our celebrations!
There are plenty more photos to be seen over on our Facebook page:Presentation Secondary
Preparations are well and truly underway for our Celebration Mass tomorrow. Donr forget our Bicentennial Mass begins at 2pm and afterwards everyone is welcome back to our Sports Complex for refreshments and an amazing photographic exhibition. The photos span from the 50's onwards so it certainly promises to be a really enjoyable trip down memory lane! We look forward to seeing you all!
SISTER ACT THE MUSICAL!!
*In the interest of student and staff safety, Pres Thurles will remain closed tomorrow Tuesday 17th and will reopen Wednesday 18th unless notified otherwise. PLEASE SHARE. THANK YOU.*
THIS WEEKS SHOW SCHEDULE
2nd to 5th year students got a chance to enjoy a French play this week -"Mes Chers Voison"(translated as My Dear Neighbours!). Thank you to Onatti Productions for coming to our school and putting on the enjoyable yet educational show! We loved it!
Our Athletes held a Bake Sale this week to fundraise for new equipment! They raised a fantastic 335 euro!!Well done girls!
Tickets are still available for our car draw which will be held on the 23rd of October. If you require a ticket please contact the school on (0504)22291. €230,000 has been raised by the school community to date and we are very grateful to everyone who has supported us! We are nearly there!
6th year Ecology trip to Lismore!
5th and 6th Year Art Trip to the Rock of Cashel
N.B. Principals need to be available every evening
Our TY students recently travelled to the Delphi Outdoor Adventure Centre where they did mountain biking, zip lining, a bog walk, high ropes courses, wall climbing to name but a few! Thanks to their teachers that travelled with them- Mrs Harkin, Ms King, Ms Devane and Ms O'Brien!
Congratulations to our 6th year student Dorothy Wall who travelled to Loughborough University Leicestershire last weekend to represent Ireland in the U-18 Rugby Sevens!After playing in 9 games, Ireland went on to win the entire tournament. They fought off some stiff competition while playing Scotland, Wales and England but were victorious!!Dorothy has also been selected to represent Ireland in the European Championships in France!
There is great excitement in our music Department this September with the arrival of 3 Yahama pianos!! Students and teachers alike could not wait to try out the new equipment, just in time for this years musical!!
The pianos were purchased from John Ryan of Ryan Pianos in Raheen, Limerick.
Lessons are also available in the following instruments: Piano, Voice, Violin, Guitar, Ukulele, Harp, Flute, Clarinet, Oboe and Saxophone. For further information please contact the school on: 0504 22291
We are excited to announce that this years school musical will be Sister Act! After the success of Billy Elliot last year we look forward to seeing this lively and fun production. We wish the best of luck to our production team Ms McElgunn, Mr Conlon and Ms Wallace over the coming weeks!
*AUDITIONS*- Auditions will be held after school this Monday and Tuesday. Any student interested in taking part(principal or chorus) please assemble outside the Music Room after school.
Congratulations to all our Debutantes of the school year 2016-2017!
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Leaving Certificate Results Day 2017! Congratulations to all our 6th year students who received their fantastic results this morning!
Thurles Credit Union sponsor new jerseys to our All Ireland winning football team!!
A great start to our sporting year as Thurles Credit Union kindly sponsored new jerseys to our All Ireland winning football team! We are very grateful and look forward to seeing the girls in action again this year!
Included in the photo left to right are Mr Ryan(coach), Donal Scannell(CEO of Thurles Credit Union), Niamh Ryan, DJ Darcy (President of Thurles Credit Union), Roisin Daly(captain of the winning All Ireland football team), Laura Daly and Mr Treacy(coach).