Thank you so much to the Parents Association who surprised all of us with an Easter Egg on the day of the holidays!!
The hall is looking great in preparation for the brilliant drama performed by Ms. Hayden’s class. Well done to Ms. Hayden and 6th class on such an impressive production!
On 15th March we raised our new Irish Flag along will all other schools in Ireland. The weather was very kind to us and we had a lovely day. We began by listening to Martin Codd and Mickey Foley playing Irish music. Then we were treated to a drama about the events of Easter week 1916 performed by Ms. Hayden’s class. We headed outside then to listen to Michael Somers reading 6th class’ version of the Proclamation. The big moment then came when Kate and Carrie raised the flag as we all sang Amhráin na bhFiann. Thanks to everyone who attended and to those who helped to make it a special occasion.
Rackard League Hurling away game in Horeswood on Tuesday 12th April at 3.15pm. We will leave school at 2.15pm.
Best of luck to all.
Well done to all the 2nd class pupils who made their first penance last night. They did their school and families proud. Thank you to Mrs. Quigley and Fr. Broaders for all their work in preparing the children, and to the Parents Association for providing the refreshments afterwards.
We wish you all a happy St. Patrick’s Day and a safe Easter Break. We hope the fine weather continues for the holidays. The school will reopen on Monday 4th April.
Boys First Round – Tuesday 8th March at home @ 12:45pm
Girls First Round – Monday 14th March in Bree – leaving at 1:50pm
The February Newsletter can now be accessed through the Newsletter tab at the top of this page.
Our school will be used as a voting centre for the 2016 General Election. Therefore there will be no school on Friday 26th February,