27 Nov 2021

The Presentation Secondary School take part in Gaeilge24 Challenge

Gaeilge24 - TY students Aimee Fogarty Ryan & Caoimhe O'Gorman

Gaeilge24 - TY students Aimee Fogarty Ryan & Caoimhe O'Gorman

Form the School Days section of the Tipperary Star.

Last Tuesday, our students undertook the Gaeilge24 challenge for the first time.

This required students to speak Irish for the full school day.

A variety of activities also took place during the day for each year group, including a Tráth na gCeist (Quiz), Damhsa an Dreolín (Dance), and some live traditional music and dance performances.

The girls raised €2075 for Conradh na Gaeilge, who work tirelessly to help support, preserve and promote our native language.

We would like to thank all of the girls and our brilliant Irish Department for taking part and for organising this whole school event.

Scoil gan teanga, scoil gan anam!

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