1st & 2nd Class Booklists

Please click on the relevant link below for items needed for September

First Class Booklist

Second Class Booklist


Maths Games

The following are links to some of the games we have played this year in Maths.

Playing these over the summer will help to keep your child’s tables sharp and also help them with time and money.


Maths Games
Math Magician Addition Addition Puzzle Number Bonds to 10
Number Bonds to 20 Addition Blocks Math Magician Subtraction
Subtraction Puzzle Shopping Spree Change Please!
Stop the Clock 1   Stop The Clock 2


Thumb & Fingerprint Painting

This term we experimented with printing. We made beautiful paintings of thumb and fingerprint flowers and thumb and fingerprint people and animals. 

Here are some photographs of our lovely creations!


Communion Day

We congratulate our First Communion pupils who received the sacrament on Saturday last, May 13th, here they all are looking lovely and very happy and relaxed arriving for the big event. Well done to you all and to Ms Maureen O’Neill who prepared them very well for the occasion.


Easter Raffle

Amid great excitement we held our annual Easter raffle, the children were very enthusiastic and the prizes were claimed very quickly. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this fund-raiser, the kitty has not been counted yet but there was a great response. Thanks again.

Update: The raffle returned €399 which we appreciate very much – thanks again to everyone who participated.

Here are the happy prize winners!



On Friday last we were very busy making pictures of Easter Bunnies, we hope you like them!




Déardaoin seo caite, bhi Céilí againn chun Seachtain na Gaelige a cheiliúradh. Seo daoibh roinnt pictiúirí.


Pancake Tuesday

Tuesday February 28th was a very busy day in Ms. O’Connell’s room. We made pancakes!

We cracked the eggs, we mixed the flour and milk, we stirred the batter and then we cooked. After that came the best bit……we ate our pancakes!

We had made lots of batter and Ms O’Connell kept frying until everybody in the school had some and the teachers all had one for their lunch.

We put sugar, lemon and maple syrup on them – but everybody’s favourite was Nutella!

We learned a rhyme about making pancakes and we listened to a story about a very bold pancake who ran away because he did not want to eaten!

Junior infants drew some wonderful pancake pictures and Senior infants wrote our poem.

We took lots of photos so you can see what fun we had!



Christmas Disco Fun

We had a lot of fun the day we got the Christmas holidays, take a moment to have a look at Christmas Disco slideshow.


Fr Paddy and Arba Minch Prison

On Friday last 9th December we had a visit from Fr. Paddy Moran who has worked extensively in the Arba Minch prison in Ethiopia.

This is a mixed prison and women inmates are allowed keep their children with them until the age of 14.

Fr. Paddy is a big man – to quote Harry from Senior Infants “You go all the way up to the sky.” He also has a big smile, a big presence and most of all a big heart.

He spoke to all our pupils from junior infants to 6th class and he managed to communicate effectively with each group – his word of the day was “EMPATHY.” He got the children to imagine living in squalor with no toys, minimal opportunities to play and limited access to education.

They are locked up every evening at 6 pm in tiny cramped dormitories.

There is a policy in the prison of teaching the men skills they can use to fund themselves and their families – painting being one – John Galvin from Moate has gone over three times to give art lessons, Fr. Paddy showed us some samples of the work produced, lots of the paintings  being based on images from the Bible.

As you will know, we try every year to support a charity with the funds raised at our Carol Service. This year we hope to be able to make a sizable donation to Fr. Paddy. His is a one-man operation aided by volunteers – no admin fees, no CEO’s on inflated salaries and so we can be assured that every euro will be spent on improving these childrens’ lives. So please come along with your extended families on Tuesday 20th December at 7 pm and dig deep!!

Have a look at our photos below and we have also provided a link to the ‘Nationwide’ programme focussing on the work done in Arba Minch prison.

Nollaig faoi shéan ‘s faoi mhaise agus athbhliain shuaimhneach daoibh go léir!


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