Monthly Archives: March 2019
Congratulations to Ava Miller (2nd Class), Penny Jacob (2nd Class) and Rachael Jacob (6th Class) who have been awarded prizes for the poems they wrote for ‘The Creative Spirit’ competition . This competition was in conjunction with the Ferns Diocesan Pastoral Council and the Christian Media Trust. The girls’ poems will have been recorded and will air on a programme with Christian Media Trust in due course. Well done girls!!
On Friday 15th March, 1st and 2nd Classes put on a short ceolchoirm (concert) for the other pupils and teachers, including song Báibín Siorc.
Transition Year Students from the Meanscoil in Enniscorthy visited our school on Wednesday 13th March to help us celebrate Seactain Na Gaeilge. The children took part in games, dance and lots of other fun activities.
On Friday 8th March the children attended St.Mary’s Church for a World Day Of Prayer service.
Some of our favourite characters came to life in St. Mary’s for World Book Day.
The students also paid a visit to Enniscorthy Library to enjoy some other exciting activities for World Book Day.
The students in the Junior & Middle Room enjoyed a nature walk in the sunshine recently.
The pupils were recently given a guided tour of Enniscorthy’s landmarks with Councillor John O Rourke.
The students in St. Mary’s enjoyed some delicious pancakes on Tuesday.
The students in the Senior Room designed ear muffs for Engineering Week.
The students in 4th- 6th Class also paid a visit to Enniscorthy Library to listen to a talk given by a local fireman. He explained how the fire brigade use engineering every day in their job.
The students in the Middle Room have been busy practising their sewing skills and making glove puppets.
The students recently paid a visit to the National Rebellion 1798 Centre and also went on a tour of Vinegar Hill.