Multicultural Day this *FRIDAY*

Just a quick reminder of this Friday’s Multicultural Day taking place throughout the morning in the Halla. The date has been changed from Thursday to Friday. We would be delighted to welcome any parents along – please contact Ms Murphy on 0863311996 to get involved.

Our fifth class mini-projects on various countries associated with the class are now on display in the Halla. Poland, Nigeria, Pakistan, Vietnam, Croatia, China, Spain and Serbia all feature! Be sure to check out their hard work!


Multicultural Day this Friday – Get Involved!

We are very proud to be a school with pupils and parents from all over the world. After a great success last year, we are having our second Multicultural Day this year. We hope to showcase food and culture from a range of countries. If any parents would like to take part, or have any questions, please contact Ms Murphy, our Home-School Liaison Coordinator, on 086-3311996. We’d be delighted to welcome parents to the Hall on Friday!

Our boys footballers never give up

Our boys’ soccer team had their second League game of the season last week away to St Ultan’s, Cherry Orchard. Our young side were well defeated but not before putting in great effort.

More than 3/4 of our squad is comprised of 5th and 4th class pupils playing their first season at 11-a-side level. They have been developing their skills at training since November under the coaching of Mr Looney, Mr Donnellan and Ms O’Reilly. In particular, the boys do not give up and have shown a great attitude in all of their games so far.

Our goal against St Ultan’s was scored by Daniel (4th class) while our man of the match was full-back Fíonn (5th Class) whose athleticism and effort were an inspiration. We go again!