08 Dec

Earlier this afternoon we presented our students of the week, after a hectic week of rehearsals! Children were again praised for their attitude to work, to school, their hard work and helpfulness in the classroom. It’s such a nice gesture to offer help to others. We heard of pupils who have worked so hard on their school play and have impressed their teachers. At this time of year, our classrooms are a hive of activity and it is so helpful that our pupils can step up to the tasks without complaining. This was a theme that ran throughout our presentation today. We were told of pupils who just get on with things without making a fuss.
Finally, well done to all our students who have worked so hard throughout this term. As always we are so proud of all of you and the effort that you continue to make in your school lives. Maith sibh go léir. 

Dates for your Diary:

Our Christmas Concerts will take place on Wednesday December 20th at 7 p.m. Please note that there will not be a matinee performance this year. Details will be sent home to all families next week.

St. Vincent De Paul Food Hampers: We are delighted to support the local St. Vincent De Paul Christmas Hamper appeal. We have been asked if we could help to fill some food hampers for Christmas. Non-perishable items are requested. Such items include: Canned food, pasta, rice, dried food and fruits, tins of biscuits and cereals are most welcome. All food items should be brought to school before December 19th. A collection point will be established in all classrooms.

School Closure: The school will close on Friday 22nd December for our Christmas break and re-open on Monday January 8th.

We are looking forward to seeing you all over the coming weeks.