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Cumann na mBunscol

Well done to the boys team that played in the Cumann na mBunscol final on Saturday in Tubbercurry. They came up against a very good team from Grange and unfortunately lost however they kept going until the final whistle. A special thank you to Gerry Kilfeather for coaching the boys.  


Mini League

The mini league should start on Tuesday 10th June after bad weather and Cumann na  mBunscol games delayed the start. A proposed timetable is below. Please ensure you have everything you need on the days you are playing. If you cannot play please let your captain know so that they can arrange a substitute. Good luck everyone. Group 1 – Sligo Roscommon Leitrim Group
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Cumann na mBunscol

Congratulations to the boys’ football team on reaching the Cumann na mBunscol final which will be held on Saturday 15th June in Kilcoyne Park Tubbercurry. Well done also to the girls who represented the school in the group stage of the competition.


Lissadell House

4th Class went on a trip to Lissadell House on Thursday the 2nd of May. After learning about its inhabitants since the 19th Century they were very excited to see the famous home. Here are some of the things the children remembered from the tour.   I learned that Robert was 9 when he inherited his money-Ryan And that he was only allowed to
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Review of our trip to the Ulster American Folk Park

Our trip to the Ulster American Folk Park On the 26th of March our class went to the Ulster American Folk Park in Omagh county Tyrone. Old world We went to the old world first and got to know a lot about Ireland and how people survived the great famine. And when people emigrated to different countries, like America and England. We learned about
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Seachtain na Gaeilge

Na daltaí ó Rang V ag canadh ‘Geronimo’ le Shepherd as Gaeilge, cúpla dalta ag seinm na drumaí chomh maith. Maith sibh Rang a Cúig!  


Wearing Glasses

During our Aistear topic, the Opticians, we made our own glasses.


‘Africa’ as Gaeilge- 4th Class Audio

As part of our study of Africa, 4th Class have been learning the Africa-Toto Irish language version of the song. They did really well learning some of the difficult lines and sounded brilliant. Here is a recording of them singing it in class. They loved performing it at assembly! Well done 4th Class!! They also did projects in groups based on -South Africa, -Kenya
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2nd Class African Projects

The children worked individually or in pairs to make a 3D object relating to Africa. Most made animals and shields. They loved presenting their projects to other classes. Well done!


STEM Workshop

5th class travelled to the Model Gallery for a workshop on constructing Hydrogen powered cars.