Engineers week 2021 took place on the 1st-5th March this year. The junior room got to learn all about robots and how they work. They made their own robots out of recyclable materials at the end of the week. The Senior room participated in online STEAM activities through the Seesaw app. There was some great feedback from the children. It was a great week enjoyed by all!
We are now accepting enrolement applications for the 2021/22 school year.
Please see our School Admission Notice for information on applications. Enrolment forms are available to download below. Alternatively please email the school and we will send you a copy. We look forward to receiving your application.
Science week took place in the school in November 2020. The children participated in lots of different activities, from making their own volcanos to investigating bouncing bubble! The children really enjoyed participating in this engaging experiment. A great week had by all.
Grandparent’s Day will take place on Friday 15th February at 1 pm in the school. All Grandparents are welcome. Light refreshments will be provided.
Well done to the girls in who competed in the Indoor camogie competition.
Congratulations to Tafara Hove and Bill Crawford who were selected to represent our community games area in a recent handwriting competition. They now proceed to the county competitions. We wish them best of luck.
Our local church will celebrate 200 years on March 17th.
Hurling with Gary McCarthy will begin on Thursday 14th February from 9.20 am to 12pm.
Well done to the boys in 2nd, 3rd and 4th who competed in the Indoor hurling competition.
They beat Kilbehenny and Bulgaden. They drew 4-4 with Anglesboro and it went into sudden death. Anglesboro got the first goal. Their skill, expertise