Proclamation Day 2016

On the 16th of March,  all of the children from the junior and senior school, parents, guardians, visitors and staff gathered at the front of the school before 12 p.m.  At 12 p.m. both schools raised the Irish flag and the Proclamation was read out. Then everyone sang Amhrán na bhFiann beautifully. Boys and girls from both the junior and senior school then read a new Proclamation for the Future, which they had composed.  All parents, visitors and staff then watched as each class performed dances and songs in the school yard. Top class entertainment was provided. The Irish dancers also gave us a great exhibition of Irish dancing.   There was an excellent display of memorabilia from 1916 on display in the hall. Well done to all and thanks to all the parents, guardians and visitors for showing their support on a proud day for our school


Nollaig Shona Daoibh

Happy Christmas . We hope you have a lovely Christmas and  we wish you all good health and happiness in 2016 . Santa came to visit now us and now we are looking forward to the holidays.  Here are some Christmas decorations we made from clay. We were learning how to do coil construction.

Scrooge 2015

Our Christmas play for 2015 was Scrooge. We performed it on two days because the stage was too small for the school to fit altogether. Ms McMullen split the school in two so we would fit on the stage. The sixth class acted it out on both days. The classes that sang on Thursday were Ms Ryan’s, Ms Cooney’s, Ms  Sleator’s and Ms Lyon’s. The classes that sang on Friday were Ms Caffery’s, Ms Hughes’s, Ms Burke’s and Ms Fallon’s. The story of Scrooge tells us about a man who learned his lesson about being kind at Christmas and to others around him. The girls practiced for weeks and they all remembered their lines. The girls in second, third, fourth and fifth class sang and danced.  The performance was enjoyable for the girls and the audience.  Well done to all involved.


Our Motto

“Together let’s live for today and learn for tomorrow”

was created along with our crest in 2012 and both continue to be as relevant today as they were then.

Children's painted hands