Pancake Tuesday traditions were alive and well today in Scoil Mhuire. Despite our much larger building- the smell of pancakes wafted up and down the halls all day long. Every student and member of staff enjoyed delicious homemade pancakes- prepared and cooked by our amazing pancake team- Mary and Geraldine!!
We are all so very proud of our past pupil Ailsa Hughes, member of the Irish Womens Rugby Team, that beat Italy yesterday in the Six Nations Tournament! Well done Ailsa, from your legion of fans here at Scoil Mhuire!!
Exciting News!!!! Get voting!!
The Project-Scoil Mhuire , Tullamore has been shortlisted for the Irish Construction Excellence awards in the Education/Healthcare category.
The magnificent builders of Carroll O’Keeffe &Co. are due to sit a formal interview later in the month to discuss the project in front of a judging panel, who will decide the outcome along with some public votes. We would appreciate it if you could support this splendid local company and spread the word of this magnificent achievement as far and wide as you can. If possible could you help Carroll O’Keeffe gain some useful votes in the “Project of the Year” category. Please follow the link to vote: http://iceawards.ie/vote/
Arthur in Junior Infants will donate his beautiful plait of 11 inches to the Little Prinncess Trust!! Big thanks to Olive Doyle & Anne-Marie Comerford in Cheveux. Well done Arthur- what a truly generous gift to give!
To mark Safer Internet Day attached is a copy of a few hints and tips for keeping our children safe on line. You can find some excellent resources and information on WebWise regarding the endless types of social media and games that children are using today.
The students of 1st class heard all about the story of St. Brigid on her feast day the 1st of February. The children were captivated by her special cloak and the making of a cross from rushes that she found on the ground. In keeping with tradition, the students and teachers made their own crosses with rushes. We hope that you like them!
Having read the wonderful Charlotte’s Web the students of 4th class were given the task to create their very own Charlotte. Incredible effort was put in by everyone. What a creative group of girls! The rest of the staff and students were blown away by the masterpieces.