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Annual Table Quiz 

 

Our annual table quiz will take place this year on Friday 15th April @ 8.00p.m. in ournewly renovated school.  

This will be an excellent opportunity for parents/family/general public to have a look around and see our wonderful new facilities whilst attending our quiz.  Each year the quiz generates vital funds for our school and we would be very grateful of your support.  It is always a great night of fun and this year promises to be no exception. 

Any donations/spot prizes for the night can be dropped to the school or brought into the school by the students after the Easter Holidays. 

We look forward to seeing you on the night.

 

Easter Holiday Break: 

The Easter Holidays will commence Thursday 17th March - Friday 1st April 2016 

School re-opens on Monday 4th April 2016

 

 Open Night For Incoming Students 2016/2017

 

The open night for incoming first years for 2016/2017 will take place on Tuesday the 12th April 2016 at 6.30p.m.

We kindly invite any prospective parents and students to visit our school.  

Our event will include a tour of the school and a chance to meet with Mr. Power, Ms. Moran and students.

Refreshments will be provided, we look forward to seeing you there.

 

Applications for enrolment for 2016/2017 are currently being accepted.  

Please contact us on 056-7725189 if you require an application form.

 

 

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Annual Table Quiz 

 

Our annual table quiz will take place this year on Friday 15th April @ 8.00p.m. in ournewly renovated school.  

This will be an excellent opportunity for parents/family/general public to have a look around and see our wonderful new facilities whilst attending our quiz.  Each year the quiz generates vital funds for our school and we would be very grateful of your support.  It is always a great night of fun and this year promises to be no exception. 

Any donations/spot prizes for the night can be dropped to the school or brought into the school by the students after the Easter Holidays. 

We look forward to seeing you on the night.

 

Easter Holiday Break: 

The Easter Holidays will commence Thursday 17th March - Friday 1st April 2016 

School re-opens on Monday 4th April 2016

 

 Open Night For Incoming Students 2016/2017

 

The open night for incoming first years for 2016/2017 will take place on Tuesday the 12th April 2016 at 6.30p.m.

We kindly invite any prospective parents and students to visit our school.  

Our event will include a tour of the school and a chance to meet with Mr. Power, Ms. Moran and students.

Refreshments will be provided, we look forward to seeing you there.

 

Applications for enrolment for 2016/2017 are currently being accepted.  

Please contact us on 056-7725189 if you require an application form.

 

 

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Events of the Week

18th -22nd of May 2015

TY trip to Kerry Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th

 Active week starting Monday 18th  

Graduation Mass - Wednesday 20th

TY interviews Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd

 Claddagh Training Thursday 21st 11-1.15pm

Claddagh “fun afternoon”  activities with the first years.  (First year teachers needed for supervision).

 Awards Assembly - Period 2 and 3 Thursday 21st

The timetable for practice for the L.C. mass is on the noticeboard in the staffroom.

Friday..5th year trip to Cork with Ms. Briody.

TYs to Spain on Saturday.

 

 

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