On Friday 28th November a number of Junior Certificate higher level English students set off to the theatre. Romeo and Juliet, a production by the Gaiety theatre, was preformed in St. John’s, Listowel. The play was brought to life by a young, energetic cast. For many students this was their first experience of a live stage performance and hopefully it won’t be their last!
Poetry Aloud students with their teacher Ms. Kennefick.
Well done to Lola Bubendorfer (2nd year), Emily Cahill (TY), Rí Galway (TY) and Liam Stein (5th year) who participated in the Poetry Aloud Semi-Finals in the National Library in Dublin on Friday 21 November.
The students were assisted by Ms. Kennefick, Ms. Cogan and Mr. O’Sullivan in their preparations for the competition.
Congratulations to Emily and Rí who are now through to the Finals which will take place on the 5 December, again in the National Library. We wish them both the best of luck.
First years waiting for the amazing Cork Pops Orchestra to lift the roof off the City Hall in Cork. A great concert had by all.
Presentation Secondary School Miltown, will be holding an Open Day on Saturday 15th November 2014, from 10.00am to 12.30pm.
The Open Day provides 6th Class students with the opportunity to meet the school staff and students, as well as allowing them to get a feel for the atmosphere of the school.
All are welcome to this friendly and informal day to get a flavour of life in Presentation Secondary School Miltown.
We look forward to meeting you on the day.
Well done to all students who participated in the Poetry Aloud Regional Finals in St. Bridget’s in Killarney on Monday 20 October 2014 with the help of their teacher, Ms. Kennefick. The participants were also ably assisted by Ms Cogan and Mr O’Sullivan.
Students from first, second, third, TY and fifth year took part. They included: Fiona MacDonald (first year), Lola Bubendorfer (second year), Sinéad Bartley (third year), along with Niamh Ladden, Rí Galway, Emily Cahill and Oonagh Kelliher all from TY.
The Senior Category was represented by fifth year students, Cathal Foley, Megan O’Connor, Aileen O’Mahony and Liam Stein. The competition was fierce, with 105 students from all over Kerry and Limerick competing. Only five students from each category, Junior, Intermediate and Senior, went through to the next round.
Four students from Presentation Miltown were successful, the highest number from any school. They will perform at the semi-finals in the National Library in Dublin at the end of November. This is following on from the school’s Poetry Aloud 2013 successes with Gabriel Galway reaching the semi-finals, and Eoin Griffin competing in the finals. Lola, Emily, Rí and Liam are already learning their new poems in preparation. Best of luck and congratulations to all concerned!
First Year students enjoying their trip to Kerry County Museum
Second and Third year Music students at Cork Opera House in October to enjoy ‘Joseph & His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat’.