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3rd Class teacher, Shanbally NS

Bingo for all the family!!! Sunday 26th November.

Class Booklists on website

Please note that the Booklists for the 2017-18 Academic year are available on this website. To access these, please click on the Parents’ Tab at the Homepage www.shanballyns.ie

 

 

3rd Class Trip to Fota

Fota Wildlife Park.

On November 23rd  Third Class  went on a trip to Fota Wildlife Park. This was not our school tour, but it was an extra tour for us, in November, to learn about how they re-use and recycle, in Fota. We attended a workshop called “Going Green, Staying Green”.  We travelled there by bus.

We went behind the scenes to the kitchen and we learned how they made the food for the animals. They told us why they feed them more vegetables than fruit. The reason is that vegetables are much healthier for them than fruit. Fruit has a lot of sugar in it. We saw animals like cheetahs, giraffes, ostriches and much more. We visited the giraffes in their houses.

When we got on the bus to go back to school Miss Tuohy showed us a little gift that Mr Nolan bought for us. He got pencils and notebooks for everybody, the gift shop at Fota.

When we got back to class we made cards to thank Fota for the wonderful day we had. We got no homework and we all had a great day.

By Grace Deasy, 3rd Class

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Our busy 3rd Class !!

We’ve all been very busy at school over the past number of weeks, with all the extra-curricular activities that have taken place. In this page we include  accounts of some of these activities, which have been written by Third Class pupils.

Thank you and well done to the boys and girls in 3rd Class, for sharing such wonderful stories with us, on our website. Who knows, this may be the start of you career in journalism!!!

 

 

Active Schools Flag

One Thursday the children of Shanbally N.S. were in for a surprise. We were playing in the yard when Mr O’Mahony called up Barry and I and asked us to gather the active schools committee.

Once we had gathered them all we went into Mr O’Mahony’s room. He told us that the wrist bands had been delivered for everyone. Then he went to the back of the room and he pulled out the active school’s flag. At first no one knew what it was but then he opened it and we saw it was the FLAG. Everyone started cheering, he told us to shhhhh! as the others will hear us. After that we went out for the rest of our break. Then the bell rang and we all rushed into Mr O’Mahony’s room.

 We all gathered a part of the flag and he told us he would give us a signal so we stood behind the staff room so no one would see us. He went out into assembly and he told the school that the wrist bands have been delivered but we had another delivery (that was our signal). We walked out very carefully and showed the whole school the Active schools flag everyone started to cheer. Mr O’Mahony gave a speech on how everyone in the school had worked so hard to achieve this flag and we all earned it.

We took a few photos and after all the classes returned to their classes we did 2 victory laps with the flag. We are all very happy and proud of ourselves.

By Maeve Lillis

 

 

 

Climb the heights

 Climb the heights is about skipping. Every skip is counted as one metre. In the yard we have to do as many skips as how many metres tall a mountain is. There was a board in the hall to record what classes climbed the highest mountain in each country in Europe.

Our class skipped as high as  Mullhacen in Spain, Mollehoj in Denmark and Ta Dmejerek in Malta.

Climb the heights was really fun and we had a really good time doing it.

By James Moore

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Fota Wildlife Park

On November 23rd  Third Class  went on a trip to Fota Wildlife Park. This was not our school tour, but it was an extra tour for us, in November, to learn about how they re-use and recycle, in Fota. We attended a workshop called “Going Green, Staying Green”. We travelled there by bus.

We went behind the scenes to the kitchen and we learned how they made the food for the animals. They told us why they feed them more vegetables than fruit. The reason is that vegetables are much healthier for them than fruit. Fruit has a lot of sugar in it. We saw animals like cheetahs, giraffes, ostriches and much more. We also visited the giraffes in their houses.

When we got on the bus to go back to school Miss Tuohy showed us a little gift that Mr Nolan bought for us. He got pencils and notebooks for everybody, the gift shop at Fota.

When we got back to class we made cards to thank Fota for the wonderful day we had. We got no homework and we all had a great day.

The End

By Grace Deasy

Gymnastics

Colm  taught  us gymnastics this year. He was nice and funny but sometimes strict.

For the first few weeks the class did forward rolls. Then a few weeks later

We did handstands and cartwheels. We learned a routine as well.  The routine was

Forward roll, pike-sit,  back support,  front support,  half turn,  cartwheel and handstand. For

the last few weeks we did spring board. The jump that we did was a tuck jump.

Gymnastics was really fun!!

By Elisa Donegana

 

                          Irish Dancing

    In school we got to do Irish dancing with Miah. Miah is a really kind person.  He teaches Irish dancing in Carrigaline Co. Cork.

When we arrived we were put into groups of eight. There were four boys and four girls in each group.  We learned the “Haymaker’s Jig”.We did Irish dancing for a few Tuesdays. We had lots of fun and  we didn’t want it to stop.

We learned a dance called “The Bridge Of Athlone” and another where you have to take two steps to the right and two more steps to the left and so on……  We got to do one dance with second class. We had a super time.

                 THE END BY NIAMH MIDDLETON!!!

The Maths Quiz

One day we teamed up with fifth class to do a maths quiz. We did the maths quiz in the Halla . There were two children from third class and two people from fifth class on each team. The teachers asked us roughly 25-30 questions. Our team answered the most questions correctly, so we won the maths quiz, with 29 questions answered correctly. We got prizes for winning the quiz and also our photo was on the newspaper.

By  Matthew Nyhan

 

Orienteering

Our class did orienteering for active schools week. My partner was Isobelle. First we had to find the numbers all around the school.

Isobelle  could understand the map but  I could not understand the map at all, so, luckily she told me how to read it.  After the Orienteering  Isobelle got a sheet that you have to find something interesting. Isobelle and I were the first people to finish. Then MS Tuohy gave us a job to organise the maps and the sheets. MS Tuohy said that we were like working in a  shop.

I had a great day thanks to Active Schools  Committee.

The end

By Nadine Clinton

 

Our Walk to Ringaskiddy

On Friday 9th of June we walked from Shanbally N.S to Ringaskiddy playground .We had to cross lots of dangerous roads.  We took lots of photos as we walked down.  Then we finally got there and we had lunch on the grass. We then went to play with second class near the trees.

Next  we went to Ms. Tuohy’s house and had ice pops. We then got to go into the playground for a little while. After that, we walked back to school. We had a great day at Ringaskiddy.

The End

By Adam O’Sullivan

 

Our School Tour By Aaron

We had our school tour on a very enjoyable Thursday with an even more amazing tour ahead. The sun was blazing down.  The third and fourth class of Shanbally National School were very excited- they just couldn’t wait for the fun day ahead.

So they jumped into the bus and zoomed to the Lifetime Lab. We began with an experiment and then we got a tour around the old water plant. There was a quiz Isobelle Nadine and Niamh won the quiz. They begin treating water with a big net that catches the big bits of dirt and rubbish. Next they use sand to get the rest of the dirt out of the water. Soon after they use chemicals to kill the bacteria in the water and then it goes to your home!

We drove in our bus to Cork City Gaol. We saw wax models of all of the prisoners they were a bit creepy! Then we tried a cell Adam just about saved us from a year in the slammer by putting his foot in front of the door and stopping the teachers from closing it phew! We then went into a room and we watched a historical movie it was all about the gaols history it was really cool!

After that we went to Mc Donalds we ate our food it was very tasty. When we were done we got into the bus. And we drove to our next location… Bowling!

We bowled like crazy getting splits and strikes and all kind of things the lights were out the only lights going were cool coloured ones. After an hour or so we began driving home.

When we got back we were greeted by our parents and drove off after a great school tour!

By Aaron Kearney 3rd class

       

Sports day

On Friday Shanbally N.S had a sports day. There were six different teams. The teams were yellow, blue, black, white, green and red. There were many events for us to enjoy. There was a sack race, egg and spoon races, the shoe race and many more.

At first, third class did tug of war, coached by a man called Dan, who is the President of the All-Ireland Tug-of-War Association. Earlier on in the year a guy called Anthony came to teach us about it, so we knew the technique.

Then we did the potato and spoon race. Then we got ice-cream from the ice-cream van and it was very tasty. Then we did the bean bag race and the javelin and the discus.

 After that we did the “Welly throw” and  this was followed by lunch. Soon after that we did the shoe race and then the sack race, which was great fun. Then we did the wheel barrow race. Nadine and I were partners, but we were very clumsy because we kept falling during the race. Then the biggest event of the day was going to start and  it was the water race. The water race is when all the colours come together to make six  big teams. In the end the red team won and became the 2017 champions.

Sports day was one of the best days of the year and I had a great day.

The end

By Isobelle Coughlan

      

Swimming

The first week I went to Bishopstown pool with the school was on a Monday. We went on a double- decker bus to Leisure world. When we got to Leisure world we got changed. Then we sat into the pool and started  to do the front crawl.

After that, my friend Harry and I were told to move up to the deep end. In the deep end my group was quite nervous, but our instructor Thomàs said our lungs were like balloons and you would come straight back up.

My group were allowed to pencil-dive or cannon ball into the pool. We made two lines of six. Harry and I were first to jump in. Harry and I both pencil-dived in and we started to do back stroke. Over weeks and weeks we got better and better. On our second last week we were doing breast stroke and we were swimming like dolphins. Swimming is very physical. I learnt lots of new strokes

The end

By Euan Clarke

3rd class

     

         Taekwon-do

A few weeks ago third class got a visit from Mr Brynes, taekwon-do instructor and he was doing taekwon-do for 30 years.

Mr Brynes taught us kicks punches and some of us even got to break boards. There are some people in our class who go to Taekwon-do and learned some new things.

Adam, Isobelle and Euan had turns to break the boards and they all broke them.  Not everyone got a turn but we still had fun. Adam tried to break a senior board but he was not able to break it. Mr Brynes showed that he could break it with his fist and he did!

After that we all bowed and said thank you to Mr Brynes and we got our pictures taken with the taekwon-do gear and we went home. It was a great day.

 

The Girls’ Indoor Football

One day the girls in third class in Shanbally N.S. had an indoor football blitz. Before the day we had a few training sessions.  For example we practiced hand-passing and kicking the ball.

Then the day had come. The girls were so excited. There were two drivers.  I went with Kim (Isobelle’s mom). The drive up was great fun. When we got there, we went to our dressing rooms. There were 3 or 4 games for us to play. One of them was against the Gael Scoil. For one of the matches Elizabeth and I were playing up front, we worked great as a team. We won 2 of our matches. After the matches we went back to our dressing rooms. Ms O’Mahony told us we played very well.

We went back to school in the same cars and when we got back to school we realised we had missed the whole day of school. The day was great fun.

By Maeve Lillis

 

The Mile Challenge

On Wednesday 14th of June at 2:00 3rd class went up to the track for the school mile challenge. We did it for Active Schools week and some of the committee set up cones and measured the length of a mile

We had to do 4 laps of a rectangle. Mr O’ Mahony timed us and we could either run, walk  or jog.  Barry and Cian even got the same times

When we were finished we all enjoyed it but we were very tired. When we were back in the classroom  we took a drink and then we all went home.

                                                 The end

By Michael O’Reilly

 

     TUG OF WAR

We got a new rope for Tug-of-War in our school. On that day 3rd class got a Tug-of-War lesson from a man called Anthony. He showed us the indoor shoes that you wear for tug-of-war. He put us into teams to do Tug-of-War matches. Our class had a tournament .

Anthony gave us a lot of hints. He showed us how to start pulling together. My team won a good few games.

On sport day a friend of Barry’s dad, called  Dan came to help us with the  Tug-of-War. He is the President of the Tug-of-War  in Ireland. We had another tournament and Dan was the judge. He told us lots more about Tug-of-War. Next year we can enter a school’s competition. We had great fun.

 THE END

BY HARRY O LEARY

 

ZUMZBA BY NIAMH

On Wednesday we went to Zumba. The Zumba class was held by two people in the halla. Those two people were both girls. Suddenly, we found out that they weren’t just ordinary girls but, they were talented indeed. Mrs Tuohy brought us into the halla for great fun.

Mr Nolan organised the zumba to happen. We learned lots of new moves. Then, after a few minutes we got to do the dab. The dab was great fun. My least favourite move was when we had to turn one way and move our both hands up and down.

The two girls were nice and kind. We even got to dance the song “Thats My Sico”. It was great fun to do it. 

By Niamh Middleton

 

“Active schools flag” by Maeve Lillis

“Climbing the heights” by James

 

“Fota” by Grace Deasy

Taekwon-do by Donncha

 

Swimming by Euan

 

Zumba by Niamh

Sports day by Isobelle

“Maths Quiz” by Matthew

“Gymnastics” by Elisa

“Our school walk” by Adam 

 

Tug of War by Harry

“Irish Dancing” by Niamh

Orienteering by Nadine

Charity Walk on Friday, June 9th

June 7th 2017:  Charity Walk on Friday, June 9th 

 

Dear parents,

We mentioned in our last newsletter about the fundraising charity walk on Friday June 9th, tying in with our Active Schools Programme. Junior Infants to 5th class will take part in a walk for Breakthrough Cancer Research (www.breakthroughcancerresearch.ie). Weather permitting it is our intention to walk from Shanbally to Ringaskiddy via the main road. Each class group will be supervised by their class teacher and other staff. We plan for the Juniors/ SSLD to head off first at 11.30 accompanied by 5th class. At 11.45 Senior Infants/SSLD will start walking, followed by 1st and 2nd at 12 noon. 3rd and 4thclasses will leave the school at 12.15pm. Once we reach the Ringaskiddy playground we will let the children have their lunch and relax. School staff will supervise the children. If needs be,  children will be brought across to the Ringaskiddy Community Hall to the bathroom. Parents of Junior and Senior Infants are being asked to collect their children from Ringaskiddy playground at 1.30pm sharp instead of at the school. The remaining classes will walk back to school and go home at 2.30pm as usual.

Our PA has kindly offered any assistance we need to supervise crossing along the way, especially at roundabouts, and anywhere else needed. Of course we would love to have parents along to walk with us on the day but please note that children will be within their class groups and under the direct supervision of school staff.

On the bottom of this page is a permission slip to allow children to take part. Please sign + return cut-off slip. Having already donated to our pedal-power event this year and other community fundraisers we will not be giving sponsorship cards out. Instead Breakthrough Cancer Research has kindly supplied each class room with a collection jar and children can bring in loose change/ donations if they like.

Please note:

  • Children should wear school tracksuits.
  • Children should bring a small carry bag for their lunch/drink for the walk and lunch in the playground.
  • Weather depending, please apply sun-screen/ wear hats/ rain jackets.
  • Children who may require medication such as inhalers should bring them along and inform their teacher.

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Please sign and return to allow your child to take part in the walk

Charity Walk to Ringaskiddy

I give permission for my child/ children _________________________ to walk with their class to the Ringaskiddy playground on Friday June 9th

Name: _______________________        Date:  ____________________    

Newsletter 7: May 31st 2017

Parents, following are some important dates and information for this school year and next.

 School Calendar: 

June

  • Thursday June 1st Gymnastics 10 (last one!)
  • Thursday June 1st City Schools Sports Day
  • Friday June 2nd and Monday June 5th School is closed for an extended June bank holiday.

 

  • Tuesday June 6th – 16th Shanbally NS Active Schools Programme
  • Tuesday June 6th PA Clothes recycling fundraiser
  • Wednesday June 7th RNLI Educational Talks
  • Wednesday June 7th Practice for “School Mile” as part of Active Schools Challenge
  • Wednesday June 7th BOM meeting
  • Wednesday June 7th PA Resources photo at 1.15
  • Thursday June 8th 6th Class Tour (Ballyhass Lakes)
  • Thursday June 8th Active Schools Zumba Workshop (9-12)
  • Friday June 9th Cancer Research Charity Walk (during the school day) See paragraph below.

 

  • Monday June 12th Swimming 6 3rd and 4th
  • Monday June 12th Active Schools Week Taekwondo Workshop (provisional)
  • Tuesday June 13th School Summer Reports to be posted
  • Tuesday June 13th 5th Class School Tour (Cuskinny)
  • Tuesday June 13th Juniors +Seniors School Tour (Fota)
  • Wednesday June 14th Junior Achievement (4th classes)
  • Wednesday June 14th 1st + 2nd Class School Tour (Mardyke Arena)
  • Wednesday June 14th Active Schools “School Mile Challenge”
  • Thursday June 15th 3rd + 4th Class School Tour (Cork City Tour)
  • Thursday June 15th SSLD new parents for September 2017 at 6.30 pm
  • Friday June 16th Active Schools Sports Day

 

  • Monday 19th June Swimming 7 3rd and 4th
  • Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd 6th class school play provisional
  • Friday 23rd June New Junior Infants + parents in 9.15-10.30
  • Friday 23rd June New SSLD Introductory session 9.30 – 10.30 am
  • Monday 26th June Swimming 8 3rd and 4th
  • Monday June 26th Staff v 6th Football Friendly (please note that given recent Irish Sports Council revelations that all Kerry teachers will be strictly scrutinised in advance to ensure fairness)
  • Monday June 26th 6th Class Leaving Night
  • Tuesday June 27th (weather permitting!) JUMPING the LINE at 1.15pm
  • Thursday June 29th 2017 School finishes early (11.45/12 noon) for summer holidays.

* Summary of School Calendar 2017/2018

Term 1

School reopening             Thursday August 31st 2017

Mid-Term Break               Closing Friday 27th October                                                         

                                                Re-opening Monday November 6th

Christmas Holidays          Closing early Friday 22nd December

                                                Re-opening Monday 8th January

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Term 2

Mid-Term Break               Closed Thursday 15th + Friday 16th February

Bank Holiday                      Monday 19th March for St. Patrick’s Day

Easter Holidays                 Closing early Friday 23rd March

                                                Re-opening Monday 9th April

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Term 3

May Mid-term                  Closing Friday May 4th

                                                Re-opening Monday May 14th

Bank Holiday                      Monday June 4th

Summer Holidays             Closing early Friday 29th June

 

 

* Money Collections

 

  • Thanks to everyone who has paid any monies recently. School tour notes with associated costs should have been issued or will issue shortly. Thank you for paying these in a timely manner.

* Active Schools

 

Active Schools Programme: Our Active Schools Programme will run from June 6th to June 16th and will include a visit from the RNLI Lifeboat Educational Team, a Zumba workshop (PA Sponsored), a Taekwondo workshop, a Charity Walk (for Breakthrough Cancer Research), a School Mile as well as each class doing their own Active Schools initiative.

* 2nd class

Well done to our First Holy Communion children in 2nd class who made their First Communion recently. It is an important occasion for the children and particular thanks is due to all those who helped to make it such a special day. Huge thanks to class teacher, Mrs. Ryan, and the active First Holy Communion Committee for their hard work and commitment as well as the parents/Parents Association who helped out on the day by making/baking and serving.

* Staffing 2017-2018

The Department of Education & Skills (DES) allocation of teachers for the coming school year 2017/2018 has been published. Shanbally N.S. currently have nine mainstream class teachers. For September 2017 Shanbally N.S. have been allocated eight mainstream class teachers i.e. one class teacher less than at present. From next September there will be one class teacher for each of the class levels from Junior Infants to Sixth Class covering the eight different curriculums as set out by the Department of Education. Therefore we will be combining our 2 Fourth classes into 1 Fifth class from September 2017. The parents of children in Fourth class have been informed.

An unfortunate result of this allocation is that we lose a tremendous asset in the school, Mr. Aidan O’Mahony. Aidan has been with us for the last two years and has contributed hugely to special education in the school as well as his invaluable contribution to sporting activities, especially our Active Schools Campaign. Aidan is very popular with all in the school community and we wish him every success as he takes up a new position in Crosshaven Boys School.

* Cork City Sports

On tomorrow June 1st many of our students will represent our school in the traditional Cork City Sports which takes place in CIT grounds. We are especially grateful to parent Richard Murphy and teachers, Mr. Clifford and Ms. Callanan for their huge commitment in helping the children to prepare for these sports. The teachers have supplied very detailed information to all our runners in recent days, however, if anyone has lost these details or needs to check anything please contact me this evening/tonight on 087-7612694. Best wishes and good luck to all our athletes tomorrow. We are very proud of you.

* Uniform and Book Lists

At our recent staff meeting, we have decided that from next Tuesday, June 5th, all our pupils may wear the school tracksuit/school shorts/polo shirt if they wish. All homework will officially cease by Friday 9th. As communicated by Ms. Moran/Ms. O’Mahony their homework club for the year finishes this week. From Monday, June 26th to Thursday June 29th pupils are free to wear their own clothes. The rationale behind this is that 1. We will respectfully look for €2 per family as an extended non-uniform “day”, all monies collected will go towards past-pupil Mia McCormick for her involvement with the Moving Mountains charity https://www.movingmountainstrust.org/ and 2. Our PA are planning to organise a pre-loved school uniform sale over those few days (more details to follow from them).

On the morning of Friday June 23rd High Street Books and Buckley’s Schoolwear/Laura’s Boutique will be present in school with books and uniforms for sale.

* Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the dental team from Kevin O’Brien’s Winning Smile Dental Practice who came to the school recently and instructed the children on dental hygiene and correct tooth-brushing techniques.  It was very informative and helpful.

* Breakthrough Cancer Research Charity Walk

On Friday June 9th, tying in with our Active Schools Programme, Junior Infants to 5th class will take part in a fundraising charity work for Breakthrough Cancer Research. Recently, Kesh and Jill (from the group) visited us and spoke to the children on the work they do and the importance of fundraising contributions from the community, especially schools. It is our intention that we will walk from Shanbally to Ringaskiddy via the main road. Each class group will be supervised by their class teacher and other staff. We plan for the Juniors to head off first, followed by the other classes at intervals. Once we reach the Ringaskiddy playground we will let the children have their lunch and relax. We ask parents of Junior and Senior Infants to collect their children from Ringaskiddy playground at 1.30pm sharp instead of at the school. The remaining classes will walk back to school and go home at 2.30pm as usual.

Our PA has kindly offered any assistance we need to supervise crossing along the way, especially at roundabouts, and anywhere else needed. Of course we would love to have parents along to walk with us on the day but please note that children will be within their class groups and under the direct supervision of school staff.

Next week a permission slip (to allow children to take part) will be sent home as well as a more detailed outline of the walk. Having already donated to our pedal-power event this year and other community fundraisers we will not be giving sponsorship cards out. Instead Breakthrough Cancer Research has kindly supplied each class room with a collection jar and children can bring in loose change/ donations if they like.

Kesh and Jill will return to the school in a few weeks’ time for the official handover of any funds raised. This is a very worthwhile charity to support and while it is an expensive time of the year we would be delighted if families could support this in any way possible.

* Other News

Jack White in 2nd class has been selected Irish Soccer Team Mascot for their international in the Aviva Stadium on June 11th in their world-cup 2018 qualifier against Austria. Good luck Jack. We’ll all be watching for you.

Is mise le meas,

 

David Nolan

Principal

Gymnastics with Colm

List of helpful links added to our Website

This is  a short list of some of the websites which have been popular with our pupils, both at home and at school, over the past number of years. Most of the websites can be used to revise what has been learnt in the classroom and also to improve standards already attained. 

We have also included a list of typing programmes which would be very suitable for all children, with the increased use of technology in schools and in everyday life. 

We also intend to include a list of suitable iPad apps, over the next number of weeks. We would be glad to add any recommendations you may have, to this page.

Please e-mail me at kathleentuohy@shanballyns.ie should you wish to suggest any other apps or websites you have found useful. All suggestions are very welcome!!

Tuesday April 4th 2017: short note home

  • A reminder that we close early for Easter holidays on Friday (11.45 for Juniors/Seniors &Siblings and 12 noon for the rest of the school).
  • We have a Sciath na Scol match against Dunderrow on Thursday in Shanbally at 1pm. All welcome to come along and support.
  • A reminder that €10 per child (Junior Infants to 5th Class inclusive) is now due for Gymnastics and Irish Dancing. Irish Dancing classes finish today following an energetic 6 weeks with Miah Walsh.

        A reminder that €7 per child for 6th Class isnow due for Gymnastics.

        Please remit on or before Thursday so monies can be lodged before the Easter break. Thanks to everyone who has paid           to date.

  • We hear the Easter Bunny will be along on Friday to collect the Easter Eggs donated for the Cork Easter Egg Appeal. During the week children will be asked to guess how many eggs were collected to date for the 2017 Appeal and the closest guess in each class will win an Easter Egg, courtesy of the Middletons! Thanks to everyone for supporting such a worthwhile cause.
  • Best wishes to everyone for a happy and safe Easter break and we will see you back on Monday April 24th.

Shamrocks Fun Darts Night

Our local GAA Club, Shamrocks, have asked us to let you know that they are holding a Fun Dart Night on Saturday April 1st between 8 and 10 pm to fund-raise for the Underage Boys & Girls. There will be spot prizes, a raffle, music and finger food on the night.