Well done to our Camogie Stars!

We are so very proud of our camogie girls who played absolutely brilliantly against Killeigh in today’s Camogie B final. Although they didn’t win the title- they played out of their skins until the bitter end. 

We can’t thank their supporters enough for raising the roof of the stands at O’Connor Park. Your cheering and singing could be heard for miles around. It was a marvellous display of team spirit both on and off the pitch. 

Well done to each and every one of you. Thank you also to the hard work put in by Ms. Fahy and Ms. Mooney in bringing the girls all the way to the finals!!

WOW what a turn out!!

Thank you so much to everyone who took part in today’s Walk on Wednesday! The weather co-operated and the turn out was fantastic!! The children had a great time walking to school this morning. They were full of beans and ready for action as soon as the bell rang. Thank you so much for ensuring that this was yet another successful WOW adventure. 

National W.O.W Day

Walk on Wednesday takes place tomorrow and we would love to see as many of you as possible walk along with us to school. 

This initiative is in conjunction with Green Schools’ National Walk to School week.

Teachers will be at Lidl Car Park and the entrance to Lloyd Town Park (Cormac St. Entrance) from 9am. Please ensure to wear suitable attire as we can expect any type of weather tomorrow!!!

Global Warming!!

The students of 4th and 5th class had a wonderful lesson in Global Warming from Padraic Creedon of Global Action Plan. Ellie volunteered to play the role of Earth and soon discovered how warm our planet gets when activity is heightened. The girls really appreciated this visit – thank you very much!!

Camogie stars!

Well done to our Camogie team who won with great style against St. Philomenas last Monday. The girls are now very excited to the be in the Camogie B final against Killeigh on Thursday 18th May. Thank you so much to their trainers Ms. Fahy and Ms. Mooney for their time and expertise!

Furry Visitors!

Today the junior classes had a number of special visitors. The very nice people of Pet World on Main Street popped in with one slithery and a few furry friends! The children were absolutely thrilled with the opportunity to meet the snake, rabbit and hamster up close and personal.