A Day at the Racecourse

The annual visit of 5th classes to the Curragh Racecourse took place on Wed. last, April 13th. We had a fabulous day for the trip and it was a pleasure to spend the morning out in the fresh air and sunshine. We were given a talk by people from RACE and some of us got to try riding the simulator horse. We then went
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March Madness in St. Conleth & Mary’s

Tree Week, Seachtain na Gaeilge, Proclamation Day…. A busy time for the students of St. Conleth & Mary’s.
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Room 6 – Readers of the Week

Room 6 made a particular effort to read with expression focusing on the 7 P’s of reading aloud. Well done!


Paired Reading

Room 6 really enjoyed helping Ms Clancy’s First Class with their reading during World Book Week. They also made lovely book marks to give to their reading buddies.  


Easter Cake Sale

All three Fourth Classes held a very successful Easter Cake Sale on Thursday 10th March. Everyone made a huge effort and the cakes looked fantastic. All the children in the school attended the cake sale and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the delicious cakes!


Tree Week Celebration

We had some special visitors to St. Conleth & Mary’s this week.
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Visit to the Day Care Centre

  On 17th December Room 21 headed off to the local Day Care Centre to perform some songs on our recorders, sing carols and show off some of our girls’ Irish dancing skills. We received a great welcome from Joan and were even treated to some minerals and sweets after it was all finished. It was a wonderful day and really gave us great
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Valentine’s Art.

Here are some of the Valentine’s Day art from Rm 15. We tried our hands at paper weaving and ended up with some really lovely artwork.  


Shape Shenanigans

  Some of the second class were having great fun recently creating shapes in the classroom. Here is some of their creative work.


Confirmation 2016

The pupils of 6th class will celebrate their confirmation on Thursday March 3rd at 10:30am in St. Conleth’s Church. Bishop Denis Nulty will be chief celebrant at this year’s ceremony. The children are busy preparing for this very special day. We wish them all the very best of luck.