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Running Initiative Week 2

This week our running was even better than last week!  The children and their teachers completed a fantastic 250 laps of the track!  That equates to 25 kilometres!  The classes who completed the most laps were Mrs. Walsh’s class with … Continue reading

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Painting Murals

The playground was a hive of activity on this gorgeous sunny day.  Ms. Connaughton has designed some beautiful murals and she enlisted the help of the children in First Class to assist her in painting them.  The designs around the … Continue reading

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Notice of Upcoming School Closures

As per Dept of Education Directive the school will be closing on Friday 4th May at 12pm in order for the staff to complete training in the new child protection guidelines. Buses will be collecting the children at 12pm and … Continue reading

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Great Attendance

Mrs. McGrane was very busy this week presenting certificates for great attendance. Well done to all the children who missed no days so far this term. Keep up the good work! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

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Féile Ceoil na Scoileanna 2018

We are very proud of our First Classes after their fantastic performance in this year’s Féile Ceoil na Scoileanna.  They sang a number of songs and played their recorders beautifully.  Well done to the children and their teachers Ms. Whelan, Ms. … Continue reading

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Running Initiative Week 1

Such a great start to our running initiative.  Over the last 3 days the children and their teachers completed a fantastic 125 laps of the track!  That equates to 12.5 kilometres!  The classes who completed the most laps were Mrs. … Continue reading

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