Happy Halloween to all pupils, parents and community. The school will be closed for mid-term break and will re-open on Monday the 2nd of November.
Here’s some examples of Halloween art in our school.
We were bowled over by the amazing carved pumpkins we got from pupils for our pumpkin carving competition. We just couldn’t choose an overall winner, so everyone is a winner! Pupils all got a treat for their efforts.
At the cake sale we had a guess the weight of the pumpkin competition. The exact weight was 8.3Kg and Maeve was spot on with her guess. Well done Maeve.
We had a great day at the cross country competition in Marlfield on Wednesday. There were lots of individual medals and team medals. Gold for Ava and silver for Annie! Silver for Erin and Seán and bronze for Maeve! For team medals we had gold for the boys 3rd and 4th and for the girlsContinue reading “Cross Country-Marlfield”
Past pupil Ashling Dunphy is appearing on the Today Show on RTE 1 at 4 pm today. She will be talking about Coppers for a Cuppa and all the work she did to raise money for the homeless. Best of luck to Ashling!
The under-11 girls blitz took place yesterday. The girls did really well in the competition and have gained alot of experience for future competitions.
Junior Infants helped plant some onion bulbs during the week. 4th Class also planted onion bulbs and garlic. These will grow over winter and be ready next summer. The young growth of the onions can be used for spring onions. Signs made by staff member Mary Walsh’s husband were also placed in the garden.
Next Tuesday the 20th at 7.30 pm, the Parents Association AGM will be held in the school. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Last Friday at our cake sale for charity we raised €644.60! Of course that would not have been possible without the support and hard work of parents and pupils, so thank you very much.