Student Council 2018-2019
Student Council: Congratulations to the boys and girls from R3-R6 who were elected to the Student Council.
R3: Sophie Gough and Conor Bourke
R4: Ruby Fadden and Tadhg McElligott
R5: Laura Flynn and Oisín Delaney
R6: Aoife Dunlea and Oisín Holmes; Sinéad Cusack and Matthew Walshe.
The main role of a Student Council as set out in the Education Act is “to promote the interests of the school and the involvement of students in the affairs of the school, in co-operation with the board, parents and teachers”.
We send our best wishes to the Student Council for the coming school year.
Congratulations to the Girls’ Football team who qualified for the 7- a side County Final after winning their blitz which was played in Doon on Tuesday. The girls played brilliantly and showed great skill and character during all their games. The girls defeated Oola, Caherconlish and Cappamore and now look forward to the final in the Gaelic Grounds on Monday the 22nd of October. Best of luck to all involved.
Panel: Sarah Nicholas, Laura Flynn, Eve Shanahan, Rebecca Ryan, Sinéad Cusack, Aoife Dunlea, Asha Slattery, Julia Bubula, Hailey Martin, Amber O’ Brien, Lauren Cusack, Jenna Johnson, Maebh Callanan, Rachel Kemp and Aleesha Drew. Teacher- Mr. Neville.
Second Class took part in the Run to Europe. For one week, we took to the running track and ran laps for 15 minutes each day. Each lap counted as one kilometre. We ran as far as Paris, France.
We had a look at the sights of Paris on the IWB; the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, the sightseeing boats on the River Seine, the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs Elysées, views of Paris on Bastille Day and of course a little look at EuroDisney.
We also practised some French vocabulary, Bonjour, Au Revoir, Merci, Oui Oui, etc.
Then we sang Frere Jacques, and for good measure we sang the song in English (Are you Sleeping) and in Irish (Aindí Leisciúil). We even sang it in two parts.
We had great fun on our trip to Paris!
Active School Week June 18-22
Thank you for attending our lunchtime concert last Friday in glorious sunshine. We had a very enjoyable Active School Week as we undertook activities on our school grounds and on the Astroturf. We were delighted to welcome back past pupil Jack Nicholas last Friday. Jack, along with Pádraig Harnett, son of Nóirín is on the Limerick Minor team. They play in the Munster Minor Hurling Final next Sunday, July 1st against Tipperary in Semple Stadium, Thurles and we send Jack and Pádraig our best wishes for their success.
A very big thank you to our Parents’ Association for the goody bags they provided for all the children last Friday. They were much appreciated by all!
Congratulations to Third & Fourth class and their teacher Nicholas O’Brien on their crop of vegetables which they enjoyed for their lunch last Friday. The children made salad sandwiches which included lettuce, spinach and chives which were harvested from the growing pots. Some of the children will bring home strawberries, potatoes and turnips which are not yet ready for harvesting. They really enjoyed being involved from the seed to sandwich process.
Many books on our book lists are available secondhand from Gateway to Education, a charity shop on 9 Wickham Street in Limerick.
End of Year Mass Tuesday at 10.00
We say farewell to our Sixth class at this mass. Please join us if you can.
Thank you to all our children, parents and staff for their work over the past school year. School holidays begin on Tuesday June 26th at 12 noon. Have a lovely, sunny and safe summer. We return on Wednesday August 29th.
Le gach dea ghuí
The school’s Data Privacy Statement can be viewed/downloaded via the link below. It is also available in the School Policies section
Data Privacy Statement
The Principal’s end of year letter can be viewed/downloaded below
End of year letter June 2018
The children enjoyed storytelling and question and answer sessions with author Róisín Meaney on May 30th.
The children from 2nd to 6th were delighted to be introduced to the game of cricket by Jim Doran from Cricket Ireland on May 8th.
Active School Week: takes place next week June 18th-22nd. The pupils will engage with physical education activities on our tarmac yard, our green areas and the Astroturf. School tracksuit may be worn each day next week.
Lunchtime Concert: The pupils of Second class, Ms. Hickey’s Fourth and Fifth class and Sixth class will perform a selection of music, song and dance on our tarmac yard by the running track next Friday, June 22nd at approximately 2.00pm (weather permitting). We would love if you could join us.
Le gach dea ghuí
We had a very successful Book Fair!