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Love is in the Air!

Were you treated to glittery cards and shiny hearts today? Love was in the air all over the school!! Take a look at these masterpieces!

So far so Good!!

Our poster of stickers is half full already!! We can’t thank you enough for lending your support – please continue sending the stickers into us. If you’re not in- you can’t win!!! €50,000 of equipment for PE would be amazing!!

Chance to win big with Aldi!

If you do your shopping in Aldi, can you please pick up the rugby stickers for Scoil Mhuire! It’s for a chance to win €50,000 in sports equipment!!! You may even be lucky enough to get our past pupil – rugby star Ailsa Hughes’ sticker!!

10@10!

Ms. Daly’s students are getting in on the Operation Transformation action by dropping everything and doing the daily 10@10. No wonder you are all full of the joys in the class! Well done ladies.

Hat Trick!!

Ms. Murray’s class enjoyed a well deserved Pizza Party for winning yet ANOTHER Best Attendance award. That means the boys and girls of senior infants have won this award THREE times!! What is going on??!!! Well done everyone!

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St. Brigid’s Day

For the day that is in it, first class students were very busy with their St. Brigid’s crosses. Well done everyone, they look amazing!!!

Climate Action

With the Polar Vortex gripping America- turning boiling water into snow and Australia sweltering in a heat wave- what better time to talk Climate Action. The amazing Green Team gave a super explanation of Climate Action through a role play performed during assembly today. Well done ladies. We now know what a carbon footprint is as well. Thank you!!

Good Times!

Building, cutting and having a great time with friends- another super day at the office (in Ms. Waters’ class)!!

Winter Art

Ms. Conroy’s Class was very busy creating the most beautiful winter art. Well done everyone!

St. Brigid’s Crosses

The girls of 6th class are learning all about St. Brigid this week. According to tradition, the St. Brigid’s cross is made on the eve of St. Brigid’s Day (1st of February) and replaces the cross made the previous year. It is kept in the home to protect all those living in it from harm. The girls had a great time weaving the rushes to create their very own crosses. There was a cottage industry in operation at one stage!

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