Thank you to our Parents’ Association for organising the SVP food and toy collection. Ger Keohane visited this morning on behalf of SVP and is pictured below with our Student Council and Micheal Hegarty of the Parents’ Association. The food and toys collected will go to families in the Glanmire area and your support is greatly appreciated.
Today was a busy day in school as our classes from Junior Infants to 2nd Class held their Christmas performances in the hall. There was a great effort put in by all the school community and the end result was worth the effort! It was a great day for all!
We have added more pictures to our Gallery.
We are proud of all our children here both in school and at home. We have added some pictures of children who have been successful in sporting activities outside the school since we have returned in September. We will continue to add more throughout the year. Well done to all our girls and boys!
On Wednesday night, a choir of children from 3rd-6th class are taking part in the Cór Geal Winter Carol Concert in St. Joseph’s Church, Springhill, Glanmire. They will be conducted by Betty Fitzgerald, who teaches recorder to the children in school. The concert is in aid of Glanmire St. Vincent de Paul and a great evening is assured!
Mr. O’Sullivan is currently undertaking a thesis focusing on the area of Anti-Bullying. We would greatly appreciate if parents of children from 3rd-6th class could complete a questionnaire by clicking the link below. The results of this research will help us to tackle any bullying incidents that may occur in the school in the future. We greatly appreciate your support!
This morning we were visited by the Defence Forces who presented us with our National flag and a copy of the Proclamation. We were joined by some of our parents and even parents who are members of the Defence Forces themselves. We had a great morning and have many more pictures on the following link…
Please click on the link below to read a letter from Mr. O’Connell relating to the safety of parents and children at the school gates.