Miss Norma Foley, a teacher here in Pres, returned this morning to say 'hi' to the Girls. She brought camera crews and Deputy Micháel Martin with her. The girls were happy to show the assembled media and politicians some of their many talents. Singers, dancers and musicians performed, The TY class presented Deputy Martin with one of their St Bridget's crosses, which they had made to celebrate St Bridget's day. They asked Deputy Martin questions and the topics ranged from how to get more young people to vote, to the need to have more strong female voices in Politics and the importance of the environment in politics. Before he left, Deputy Martin thanked the Presentation Order for his own education and for their long standing contribution to education in Ireland. He spoke with students and then visited with members of the garden and green schools clubs in the school poly-tunnel. Students and teachers alike then wished Miss Foley all the best.