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Congratulations to Nieves Chaves Perez (TY), who has won the national “Decade of Centenaries History Competition” run through University College Cork School of History and supported by the Department of Education and Skills. There were four winners nationally in the Post-Primary Category in the categories of Revolution in Ireland, Ireland and the First World War,...
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Message from the Principal, Deirdre Hickey: As a school community we will do everything that we can to support our Leaving Cert students and their families. These are unprecedented times for everyone. Please ensure that you take the time to read the documentation below if you have not already done so. We will arrange an...
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This year our PE teachers had to be a bit more creative for Active School Week than in previous years, well, for obvious reasons. And did they ever deliver! Sandra Pye and Vivienne Naughton somehow managed to get the whole school dancing, walking, running … and throwing toilet paper – separately, but 100% together. JUST...
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Poet-Trees We celebrated Poetry Day Ireland through a fun, but thought-provoking, activity, ‘PoetTree’: students from the Junior and Secondary Schools were encouraged to write out a line of poetry, short poem, song lyric or prayer relating to the theme of time and hang it from a tree or bush in their garden or a nearby...
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Keeping Up With Schoolwork Remotely The Teresian School may be closed, but it doesn’t mean our wonderful teachers and students aren’t carrying on with their studies! Our secondary teachers have moved their lessons online and are working with their students through Microsoft Teams to make sure no one falls behind, even if they can’t be...
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The Teresian School Closure Following the Taoiseach’s announcement today that all schools will be closed as of 6pm this evening , The Teresian Secondary, Junior and Pre-School will remain closed until Monday 30th March. Read more here. As a school community, our thoughts and prayers are with those who have been affected by Covid-19 and the...
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“She read books as one would breathe air, to fill up and live.” ― Annie Dillard World Book Week at the Teresian School We have just completed an action-packed World Book Week at the Teresian School and our love of books was evident in the variety of activities put on by both the Junior and the...
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Earlier this week we hosted a SciFest@School, with dozens of very impressive entries from our first and second year students, with projects covering a range of STEM topics from technology to physics and biology. We would like to give a big thank you to the wonderful judges who took time out of their busy schedules...
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The 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz highlights in a special way deeds of welcome and humanity by five courageous women. In their honour a simple and moving ceremony is due to take place on the 16th February in the headquarters of the Teresian Association in Italy. On that Sunday evening, a plaque will...
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Our Teresian girls from 1st, 2nd and Transition Years visited the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition recently. Here’s what they thought of it: Astrid , 1st year Today, 10th of January, the first years, second years and transition years went to the BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition. Attending this turned out to be...
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