Mini League Fixtures 2018

Make sure you have everything you need on the day you’re playing Thursday 21st May Roscommon v Leitrim Friday 1st June Galway v Donegal Wednesday 6th June Mayo v Galway Sligo v Roscommon Friday 8th June Mayo v Donegal Leitrim v Sligo     Wednesday 13th June Semi-final 1  Winner of Group 1 v Second in Group 2 Friday 14th June Semi-final 2  Winner
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Sport in Junior Infants

On Friday we had great fun with some children from 5th and 6th classes. We were throwing and catching, hurdling, using the scooters, skipping, aiming, running and using the balls and scoops.


Cumann na mBunscol competition

Congratulations to the boys and girls from 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th classes who got through to the semi-finals of the Cumann na mBunscol competition after beating the Gaelscoil at St. Marys. Thanks to Gerry and Ruth for coaching the two teams.


Football – Cumman na mBunsco

Well done to all the children who took part in the first matches of the the Cumman na mBunscol. Both the girls team and the boys team won both their games. A big thank you to Ruth Goodwin and Gerry Kilfeather for the coaching.


The Pet Shop

Our Aistear topic at the moment is the pet shop. We have a pet shop in class we have also painted pictures of our pets or pets we would like.


Junior Infants In the Glen

On Friday we spent the morning in the Glen making pizzas, playing in the ball pool, playing with the big bricks and trying out the balance activities, the tunnel and swing chair.  We really enjoyed our morning in the Glen.


Junior Infants Making Pizzas

On Friday morning we made our own pizzas. Breda Heffernan helped us, she brought in balls of dough which we flattened to make the bases, we then put on tomato sauce and our choice of toppings – cheese, ham, tomato and salami. The pizzas went into the oven to cook. We ate them outside. Thank you Breda we really enjoyed making pizzas.


Lissadell House Tour 4th Class 2018

Blog Post written by 4th Class. Introduction: On the 19th of April 4th class went to see Lissadell House.The journey was a half an hour to Lissadell House.On the way, we saw a statue of Constance being released from prison. Then we saw the beach,not too far from the statue. Then we arrived at Lissadel house.But first,we saw Alpacas,three alpacas. When we got there we
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GAA mini sevens

Well done to  Zoe Gordon, Orna Murphy, Lisa Kilfeather, Nessa O’Sullivan, Eva White, Áine Harte, Lauren Healy, Susannah Gilligan and Anna McDaniel who represented the school in the mini sevens finals in Collooney on Thursday 12th April. Unfortunately they lost out to Rathcormac in the semi-final.


Orienteering – Second Class

Second Class took part in an orienteering lesson with Ms.James. They worked in pairs to find matching cards under cones around the astro pitch. It was a lot of fun!