PHOTOS: Presentation Tralee Girls Receive Their Gaisce Awards

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Presentation Secondary School pupils Monika Brankovic, Emma Bellchambers, Ellen Fitzmaurice, Siún McGillycuddy and Clodagh Houlihan who received their Gaisce Awards at the school on Tuesday. Photo by Dermot Crean

PRESENTATION Tralee students received their Gaisce President’s Awards at the school on Tuesday.

The Transition Year students of the 2019/2020 school year under the co-ordination of Ms Ann O’Mahony, completed a physical challenge, got involved in their local community and enhanced their personal skills as part of the programme.

They also completed a group ‘Gaisce walk’ at the end of June, from Banna to Ballyheigue and back. Deputy Principal Chrissie Kelly presented certs and medals to each of the girls and congratulated them on the achievement in a short, socially-distanced ceremony yesterday.

The Gaisce or ‘great achievement’ is a self-development programme for young people between the ages of 15-25 and has been in existence since 1985. Scroll down for photos…

Presentation Secondary School pupils Emma O’Donnell, Cara Cullen, Amy Kerins, Chloe Fitzpatrick and Loreta Jahiri who received their Gaisce Awards at the school on Tuesday. Photo by Dermot Crean

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Presentation Secondary School pupils Jessica Agbaih, Ava McGrath, Shona O’Brien, Orla Mahony and Chloe Quirke who received their Gaisce Awards at the school on Tuesday. Photo by Dermot Crean

Presentation Secondary School pupils Katherine Quilter, Leah Thomas, Blathnaid McCarthy and Sadhbh Molloy who received their Gaisce Awards at the school on Tuesday. Photo by Dermot Crean

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Presentation Secondary School pupils, in front; Jessica Wharton, Elizabeth O’Connor, Caitriona Duyile and Cáit Rice and at back, Freya O’Connor, Patricia Gutteridge and Holly Geary who received their Gaisce Awards at the school on Tuesday. Photo by Dermot Crean

Presentation Secondary School pupils who received their Gaisce Awards at the school on Tuesday with TY Co-ordinator Ann O’Mahony and Deputy Principal Chrissie Kelly. Photo by Dermot Crean

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