Bike Week

Well done to 6th Class who took part in our ‘Cycle Morning’ as part of Bike Week. Bike Week is organised by Green Schools in partnership with the National Transport Authority. Schools are encouraged to organise cycle events to celebrate the many benefits of cycling.

6th Class got the opportunity to practise their skills learned during cycling lessons earlier in the year. They went for a cycle on the road around the school and were treated to a breakfast in school afterwards.

A huge thank you to parents for dropping bikes to school for this initiative and to staff members for supervising the roads during this cycle.

Le meas,

The Green Schools Committee

Pic Lingo Winners

Pupils in 3rd to 6th class studied French for 8 weeks before Easter. At the end of the 8 weeks they picked their favourite French word and drew a picture to represent it. These were then sent off. We are delighted to announce that our school had 4 winners Aifric and Cian  6th class, Ezabella, 4th class and Marissa 3rd class. They each won a €20 book voucher. There were hundreds of entries received from schools across Leinster and Munster. We are very proud of them here  what a fantastic achievement. Well done to the four of you.

First Holy Communion

A huge congratulations to our First Holy Communicants!

Each and every child worked so hard in the lead up to their First Holy Communion and their hard work paid off. They all spoke clearly and sang beautifully. These children are a credit to their school, families and their community.

A special word of thanks to all of our helpers, to Clíona, Mrs Moloney and Niall. Thank you to Fr. Eddie and to all who prepared the church for the children. A huge thank you also to our choir and musicians, Kathryn Fitzpatrick and Mrs Fitzgibbon. And finally, thank you to the parents who all helped their children to learn their prayers and practise their jobs. Go raibh mile maith agaibh go léir.

Well done again to our First Holy Communicants, we are so proud of you all.

Easter Art Display and Cake Sale

The Parents’ Association wishes to thank all who provided baked goods and who supported our recent Bake Sale and Easter Artwork display in any way. 

The artwork displayed was of such high standard and really brightened up the Community Centre on Holy Saturday night after Mass. The Bake Sale was well attended generating a profit of €1604.75 which will go towards subsidising each child’s upcoming school tour. 

The delicious goods and well curated artwork can be seen in the video and pictures linked below. 

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