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Theatre Treat

On Friday 24th January, the Wilde Shamrock Touring Theatre visited our school. The troupe performed an original show based on the ancient Irish legend of how Setanta became Cúchulainn.  The children were totally engrossed for the entire afternoon in this lively and entertaining performance.  We are most grateful to our Parents’ Association for funding this […]

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Supporting Charity at Christmas

Sincere thanks to all our parents for the large selection of food items that were sent in for our annual St. Vincent De Paul Collection. Two 4th class girls, Síomha and Alisha presented the food to representatives from The Society of St. Vincent de Paul on Thursday 19th December.             […]

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Christmas Plays

Our 2nd, 3rd and 4th classes performed wonderful Christmas plays for their parents, our school and the Infant School. 2nd Class: (Ms.Reilly & Ms. Brady) “It’s my Party” 3rd & 4th Class  (Ms. Mc Nally & Ms. Reynolds):  “Celebrate the Birth” 4th Class  (Ms. Cawley):  “The Inn-spectors” Well done to the class teachers and to […]

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Credit Union Art Competition Success

Congratulations to Summer, 2nd Class who progressed to the second round of the Annual Credit Union Art Competition known as the Chapter Round. Summer, who finished first in her category, attended an award ceremony in the Nuremore Hotel, Carrickmacross on Thursday 12th December. She received a money prize, certificate and a selection box. Summer’s entry […]

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Mental Health Essay & Poetry Competition 2019

Congratulations to our pupils who won prizes in this year’s Monaghan Mental Health Poetry and Essay Competition. The girls and their parents attended an Awards Ceremony in the Four Seasons Hotel on Wednesday  20th  November, where they received their prizes and some were given the chance to read their work aloud for those present. Winners […]

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