Monthly Archives: June 2016


On Monday we said goodbye to another wonderful group of students.
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Active Schools Week Dance Off

Talent Show

Our school Talent Show took place on Monday the 20th of June.
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Fourth Class School Tour

Day out at Causey Farm On Thursday th 16th of June all the fourth classes went to Causey Farm on our school tour. Causey Farm is in Navan, Co. Meath. We had to be in school for 8.45am because the bus was leaving at 9am. On the bus my partner was Calum. All the people close to where we were sitting played games on
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Pin Art

All of fourth class got to do a special kind of art called pin art. You need nails, a sheet of paper with numbers 1-80 in a circle, crotchet wool, black paint, a wooden board and gold or silver card. First we had to paint the wooden board black. We had to paint the boards a good few times. Then we used a page
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After Easter, our teacher told our class that we were going to be taking part in yarn bombing for the June Fest 2016
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6th Class Draughts Tournament

The 6th Class Draughts Tournament kicked off on the 26th of May with 32 pupils competing in the first round. The pupils will face off against each other every Thursday at lunch time over five weeks. Good luck everyone!

Cross Country Running

On the 22nd April, a team of 9 boys and 8 girls represented Saint Conleth and Mary’s at the annual Allianz Cumann na mBunscoil Kildare Cross Country competition in Hawkfield. Well done to all involved. Boy’s team: Luke Walker Browning, Robbie Dillon, Alex O shea, Paul Farrell, Seán Donoghue, Jack Curran, Sam Doyle, Ethan Gilroy and Rían O Domhnaill Girl’s team: Zara Beatty, Niamh
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Active Schools Week 2016

Everyone at St. Conleth and Mary’s enjoyed a stunning Active School’s Week earlier this month. It was a welcome break from the books particularly as the weather decided to be so kind to us for a week jam packed with activity. We started our week with our annual Teacher Vs Student match in the Patrician field. It was hotly contested with the teachers taking
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Cinema trip

Second class were kindly treated to a morning at the cinema by our fantastic Parents Association to mark the celebration of their First Holy Communion. Children were brought by their teachers and some members of the P.A. to the Odeon Cinema in the Whitewater Shopping Centre. Upon arrival  they were given popcorn, jellies and a drink each. The children got to watch Kung Fu
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