D’oscail Caife Gaeilge i Scoil Mhuire cúpla seachtain ó shin agus tá na cailíní ag baint an-taitneamh as. Bailíonn daltaí rang a 6 gach Dé hAoine le haghaidh cúpla seacláide te agus brioscaí is bíonn gach duine lán de caint! Seans iontach cúpla focail Gaeilge a labhairt. Faoi mar a deirinn and seanfhocal – Is fearr Gaeilge briste ná Béarla cliste!!
Maths Week came to Scoil Mhuire last week and to celebrate all things pertaining to algebra, geometry, number theory and much more, the students took part in maths trails and games and had an absolutely wonderful time in the process. Every class took part in this great math adventure – from our Junior Infants to our Sixth Class girls. Check out all the photos from what was a very busy week!
On Wednesday Mr. Dillon’s 1st class visited the library to meet author Jackie Burke. Jackie read a few exciting paragraphs from her series The Secrets of Grindlewood, which is now in book four. Anna and Emily received fabulous posters for asking the best questions. Everyone really enjoyed their trip to the library and hope to be back soon.
In case you are wandering the halls of Scoil Mhuire – we feel obliged to “warn” you about our scarecrows who are guarding the entrance. Ms. Waters and Mr. Hickey’s classes took it upon themselves to ensure that the school is safe over this Halloween period!! Didn’t they do an incredible job??!!
What a kaleidoscope of colour we had here today in Scoil Mhuire as students and staff sported their club, county, province and country colours to support a very worthy cause. Goal Jersey day has become a huge success in its bid to raise vital funds for their lifesaving programmes. Scoil Mhuire collected a super €467!! Thank you to everyone for supporting and showing us your true colours!! For further information on Goal and what they do go to https://www.goalglobal.org.
First they won against the Gaelscoil Tullamore, then they beat Tubber National School and today it was another great victory for Scoil Mhuire girls in Daingean. The girls showed great spirit, determination & team work to beat Daingean in a great game of football.
Members of the Tullamore Fire Service took time out of their busy schedule to give an informative talk on Fire safety to the girls of third class. We thank them most sincerely for stopping by and answering plenty of questions!
On behalf of the pupils, staff and Board of Management of Scoil Mhuire we would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the family, friends and the wider Lithuanian community on the death of Renata. Fond memories of a beautiful lady and parent to one of our pupils. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam.