I’d like to say a very warm welcome back to all our staff and pupils after the summer holidays and an extra warm welcome to our new Junior Infants. I hope you all enjoyed the break and aren’t finding the
A huge thank you to all the parents who donated their daughter’s old school uniform to the local charity Zamda, who run a school and orphanage for children in Kabwe, Zambia (www.zamdaireland.org). We managed to collect 12 crates of old
Reports will go home on Monday 24th June for all classes. Book lists will also be sent out next week. For the school year 2019/2020 all books for all classes will be bought by the school and an e-payment link
Cormac, a lifeguard from Water Safety Ireland came to visit the girls in Senior Infants today. He taught them lots of important rules about staying safe near water – especially in the summer. We talked about water safety in the
Unfortunately due to the poor weather today we had to cancel our Fun4All Day. We have rescheduled it for Monday 24th June, weather permitting.
The Parents Association had their annual Bake Sale today in the school hall. First class were given the chance to go down, browse and choose their own baked goods and all over the other parents and children visited the Bake
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There was great excitement today in First class as tennis lessons began in the school yard. The girls will receive 10 weeks tennis coaching funded by the Parent Association fundraising.
An Information Evening on the Department of Education’s Stay Safe programme will be given by Eimear Berry on Wednesday 1st May at 8pm. The Stay Safe programme itself is a personal safety skills programme designed for use with primary school children from Junior Infants
First Class are attending Fighting Words workshops this term. For the first part of the session they work together as a group to come up with an original story, which is typed up on a projection screen as the children