Swimming schedule is underway for 3rd classes and Yoga for 3rd and 4th classes. Gymnastics will resume for 5th classes from 29th January. We are delighted to report that our girls GAA team were victorious in their recent match against. Well done girls. The boys won their match against Bellewstown on Friday. What a great start to the campaign!
A reminder to parents to be mindful of their childrens’ safety around traffic when dropping off and collecting children from school. The mornings are still dark and dull, so please ensure that children are wearing bright or reflective clothing that help them to be seen. Hi-Viz vests were distributed to all children in 3rd class. Staff wear Hi-Viz vests when bringing children across the road, on yard duty and when escorting children off-site.
As the weather is so changeable, please ensure that children have warm jackets to wear every day as we try and have outdoor play as much as possible.
Lost and Found:
A reminder to parents that we have a Lost & Found press which is usually bulging with jackets, jumpers and tops! Please ensure that childrens’ clothes are clearly labelled. Items not claimed are donated to recycling initiatives within the school.
Girls GAA Team
On Friday the 17th of January the Girls GAA team got their Jimmy Curran Cup Campaign underway. The match was played against St. Mary’s, Donore on a cold morning in Stamullen. At half-time, after playing against a strong wind, we were down 4-3. The second half was very close, but with great determination from the team we came out on top, winning the match 6-4. The girls were delighted to get the year off to a winning start. There were some great performances all round and the team were a fantastic representation for their school.