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BUNSCOIL FUN! SÍOLTA BEAGA ON TOUR! On Friday the 26th of May, we excitedly boarded
BUNSCOIL FUN! SÍOLTA BEAGA ON TOUR! On Friday the 26th of May, we excitedly boarded
BUNSCOIL FUN! SÍOLTA BEAGA ON TOUR! On Friday the 26th of May, we excitedly boarded

BUNSCOIL FUN!

SÍOLTA BEAGA ON TOUR!

On Friday the 26th of

May, we excitedly boarded

the bus, strapped our-

selves in and sang our way

to Leahy's Open Farm. It

was a beautiful sunny day -

one of the nicest we've

had so far this year! We

started off with a tour of

the old farm village where

we visited the old cottage

and schoolhouse. After

that we discovered the

crannóg and had great fun

running around inside. We

fed some hungry goats and

hens before curling up in

the nest swing for a well-

deserved rest. After that

it was on to the climbing

frame where some of us

needed rescuing. We met

Humphrey the camel on

our travels too. The barrel

train was one of the high-

lights of our visit, Luke,

Méabh and Dion loved it so

much that they went back

for a second spin. There

are lots of slides at

Leahy's but the big drop

slide was our favourite!

Pierce and Mikey were ex-

tremely brave at petting

time volunteering to hold

Stuart Little the mouse

before having the snake

wrapped around their

necks. We all enjoyed

feeding the animals in the

barn too. Everyone had a

turn at driving the old fire

engine and pumping water

at the old well! We were

very, very warm after our

busy morning on the farm

and so, as a special treat,

we got to try some deli-

cious ice-cream made on

the farm - chocolate was

the most popular flavour

and it was delicious. We

had a fantastic time on our

school tour and can't wait

to return to Leahy's again!

tour and can't wait to return to Leahy's again! A BRAND NEW SET OF iPADS! We

A BRAND NEW SET OF iPADS!

We got a brand new set of iPads for our school re- cently. Now we have two trolleys full of them! They are great! We have been using them to make small movies and books. We work to improve our typing skills and to understand technol-

ogy so we can keep up with what’s new! We can do quizzes with the class us- ing apps. Our teachers know everything we do on them as they can click into any one any time using the teacher iPad! Tim and Tom help to make sure we all

get them for our allocated time and that they are charged up properly for us everyday!

time and that they are charged up properly for us everyday! Volume 11, Issue 4 27

Volume 11, Issue 4

27 JUNE 2017

Hopes For the Future

Senior Infants

School Tour

Alex Byrne Teaches us about Technology!

Water Safety Week!

School Closures For Next Year

INSIDE THIS ISSUE

Parents’ Association

2

Gardening Club

3

Pitch and Putt

4

T.V. 3 Visit Fifth!

4

C.R.Y. Quiz

8

Graduation

9

School Closures

9

A FEW WORDS FROM MR.O’NEILL

Dear Parents\Guardians and Pupils,

I want to take this opportunity to wish

you all a safe and a happy summer break! Hard to believe that the school year is almost over as we count down the days and get ready to sign off on the end of year report cards! School tours have already started and the Cork City Sports were held last Thursday the 1 st of June in the CIT grounds. It was a miserable day, weather wise! Many thanks to the boys and girls who represented us and to the teachers who trained them and minded them on the day. The boys were not successful in terms of finishes but the girls were successful with a third in the sprints and success at the Under 11 and Over 11 relays. Our teams in the camóige, hurling and football competi- tions competed very well and were excel- lent ambassadors for our school. We also were very proud that two pupils were chosen to represent Cork in Hurling and Football. Well done to Kate McCarthy and to Erin Joyce. It was a great honour

for the school!

A big shout out to all the classes that

shared assembly time each month this year. It is a great experience for the pupils and is always nice when we can celebrate the achievements of other pupils and the good work that is going on

in our school.

We want to congratulate Ms. Patricia Shelley and Ms. Susan Hurney who are going out on Maternity Leave. We wish them a happy and a safe Maternity Leave. We will also be saying goodbye to two teachers who were job sharing with

us for this school year. A big thank you to Ms. Sheila O’Neill who was job sharing with Ms. Kate Hickey in Senior Infants and will be returning to her home school at the end of the school year and to Ms. Muireann Cunningham who is also return- ing to her home school. It has been a great experience for all of the school community.

Next year Ms. Eileen McCarthy will be job sharing with Ms. Máire Hickey. Ms. Kate Hickey will be job sharing with Ms. Deirdre O’Connor and Ms. Niamh Butler will be job sharing with Ms. Annette Hegarty.

Congratulations to Mr. Keith McCarthy on completing his Diploma and many thanks to Ms. Mary Conway for her help and mentoring during Mr. McCarthy’s probation.

On a sad note we are going to miss Ms. Conway as she moves to Kerry at the end of this school year. Ms. Conway has made a huge contribution to Bunscoil Mhuire and has been a very prominent member of the teaching staff for nearly nine years now. We wish her all the best as she moves and we thank her for all she has done here for the school and the pupils in her care. Go n-éirí go geal leat! Ms. Conway spent many years teaching the senior classes and we acknowledge and thank the other Sixth class teachers Ms. Treasa Edmonds and Ms. Hurney for the work that went into preparing the pupils for their Confirmation. Also a thank you to Ms. Joan Coyne and Ms. Deirdre Nagle for the First Holy Com- munion that took place on the 20 th of

May last.

Again there were a lot of other teachers and SNA’s involved and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all mem- bers of staff here at Bunscoil Mhuire for their hard work and dedication to duty for this school year. Thanks also to all the pupils who have been so good and a pleasure to teach and to our school choir who have been in attendance at so many events both inside and outside of the school. Maith sibh ar fad.

The boys and girls are now enjoying using the new iPads throughout the school. We received delivery of the second trolley with 32 iPads recently. That means that two floors can now be easily covered and timetabling of computer time has been made a lot easier. Many thanks for your continued support and to the Parents’ Association. Their fundraising has made quite a significant difference to the facilities we can offer your children. A big thank you to all of the members of the Parents’ Association and to the mem- bers of the Board of Management who work so hard for our school.

The Graduation Mass will take place on Wednesday 21 st at 7.30p.m. It will be an emotional evening but also a celebration of many years of happiness here at Bun- scoil Mhuire.

Bíodh Samhradh mór mhaith agaibh ar fad! Remember to use your local library and read loads of books. Get plenty of fresh air and always play safely espe- cially where water is involved.

PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION NEWS

The Parents’ Association have been very busy for the last few months of 2017. One of our main fundraising events during the year is our annual flag day which was held over the Easter bank holiday week- end 14 th & 15 th April at SuperValu and Tesco. This year we arranged a bag pack which is a change from our usual event on the May bank holiday weekend. A total of €2,515.51 was raised for our school which was an increase of €991.68 on our 2016 Flag Day. We would like to thank all the

parents who gave some time and helped make this such a successful event. We also arranged the refreshments after the ~First Holy Communion mass on the 20 th May and will be involved in the refresh- ments for the graduation which is taking place on the 21 st June. We also arranged refreshments for the Dress for Less incentive and arranged the Pay by Weight collections company for the leftover dresses. Don’t forget our uniform collec- tion which takes place on Thurs 22 nd /Fri

23 rd /Mon 26 th June at 9am & 1.45/2.45. The sale of the uniforms will take place on Thursday 06 th July. The Shelf in Midleton will also come to the school on the same date for parents to purchase school books. The final event of the year that the Parents’ Association will help the school with is the Sports Day which takes place on Fri 23 rd June. This is always a great day for the school.

ALEX BYRNE ON TECHNOLOGY

I designed a way for Mr. White to put students names in random order on a digital list. We can use it for things like picking out where every- one gets to sit in class. I made it on Scratch which I found out about at Techkidz Sum- mer Camp last year. At the moment Scratch is only on computers. I had to share the computer with my sister so I could only work on it every second day. People can see the project on the Scratch web-

site. The project is called Randomiser [AB!]. I also have a YouTube channel called ab- creator. At the moment I do Minecraft and Robbox videos on it. I’m hoping to do other games on it. My favourite You- Tube channel at the moment is Popular MMO’s. We have a new set of iPads in the school! On the iPads there are lots of fun educational apps. My fa- vourite app on the iPads is Ka- hoot! I think technology is good for the future because

there will be lots of great apps that may be created in the future but be safe when using technology!

By Alex Byrne (Mr. White’s Fifth Class)

using technology! By Alex Byrne (Mr. White’s Fifth Class) OUR OWN SCHOOL GARDENING CLUB! The gardening

OUR OWN SCHOOL GARDENING CLUB!

The gardening club is great fun. Everybody has a great time. First we made our own fairy doors. They all turned out great. Tom and Tim cut them out from a piece of wood. We all painted them in different colours. We put them outside against the flowerbeds and

trees. Next we planted loads of plants. It was so fun. The plants and fairy doors looked great in the garden. They were so colourful. Then we went weeding and that was really fun too, but we got so dirty. We love being members of the gar- dening club and we would like to

say a big thank you to Ms. Ben- nett and Mr. McCarthy for helping us.

By Ralph Cashman and Amy O’ Brien Ms. Hannon’s 4 th Class

and Amy O’ Brien Ms. Hannon’s 4 t h Class SCHOOL ASSEMBLIES ARE GREAT FUN! On

SCHOOL ASSEMBLIES ARE GREAT FUN!

On May 30 th we had our First Class assembly. Our teacher Ms. Hickey gave us our lines and a poem which we would say on the day. Leading up to the event we went to the halla lots of times to practice going over our lines, saying our poem and singing our song. We would be

announcing the stars of the month, the maths problem solvers of the month and the gaeilgeoirí na míosa. We did a lot of practising to make sure that we would get it right.

The day had finally arrived and all the school were called to the hall to see our assembly. It was

a very special day for all. Many thanks to our teachers Ms. Hickey and Mr. McCarthy for all of their hard work.

By Ms. Hickey’s First Class

teachers Ms. Hickey and Mr. McCarthy for all of their hard work. By Ms. Hickey’s First

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION

We made our First Holy Communion on the 20th of May. We received our Holy Com- munion in the Holy Family church. Fr. Win- kle, Canon Herlihy and Canon Brown were there. My party was so fun. My dress was beautiful and my tiara was so pretty. My ring was pretty. My shoes were pretty. At the church the choir sang. It was a great day for all of us. At the church my job was taking up art. There were other jobs like, candles, singing, fruit, flowers, gos- pel and wine. It was a great day. In the morning I had mixed feelings but the day was brilliant.

By Mary Kate (Ms. Coyne’s Second Class)

My First Holy Communion was on the 20 May. We received the Body of Jesus for the first time. I went to my aunts house after the mass. The priests at the mass

were Fr. Winkle, Canon Herlihy and Canon Brown. The candles and singers, gospel, flowers, fruit and wine were amazing!! My job was singing. I was really nervous but excited. I had a very good day.

By Eve Kirwan (Ms. Coyne’s Second Class)

We received it on the 20th of My 2017. I was very excited. The priests were Fr. Winkle, Canon Herlihy and Canon Brown. I brought up the wine to the altar. Every- body was great at their jobs. Everybody looked great! I was nervous at the start but then I was alright. Then we got the group photo. Then I got a photo with Alex. Then I took photos with my family and then we had a party. It was a great day!

By Hugh Carson (Ms. Coyne’s Second

Class)

One day I woke up and it was my Holy Communion. I was so excited about it. I went straight to Go Wild and I saw Cait- lyn and Hugh there. Then when we were

finished we went up home to eat some breakfast. Then I went upstairs to put on my jewellery and shoes and socks. When

it was time to go I put my dress on and we

walked to the Holy Family Church. It was

only around the corner. We met everyone at the church. Then we went into the church and sat down. My job was to say

the Prayer of the Faithful. It was a lot of fun. My friend and I got the same job so

I was so so so happy that we got the same job! The End.

By Lauren Coleman (Ms. Coyne’s Second Class)

TV3 VISIT OUR CLASS!

So recently here in Fifth Class we have learned about anti- racist bullying. While we were learning we decided to make a video about anti-racist bullying. We were working on the video for three to four weeks so we put a lot of effort into it. Mr. White put loads of time into

editing the video. Mr. White put up the video on the 14th June (two days ago). He put it on Facebook and YouTube. It got over 647 views but hope- fully we will get more. We got great news because we are on TV3. Most of us got inter- viewed and they asked us ques-

tions about why we made the video. We answered the ques- tions well. On Saturday or Sun- day at 5.30pm we will be on

TV3!!!

By Caitlyn

Flaherty

(Mr. White’s

Fifth Class)

be on TV3!!! By Caitlyn Flaherty (Mr. White’s Fifth Class) A GREAT EXPERIENCE AT PITCH AND

A GREAT EXPERIENCE AT PITCH AND PUTT

Most of Fifth Class went to the Pitch and Putt Club. It was a great experience for all of us. We had lots of fun and Steve and Ann helped us. Our class was divided into groups of four and we started in pitch and putt. I found pitching easier than putting. We used the put-

ter when the ball is about two metres away from the hole. We used the pitcher at the start until your ball is about two me- tres away from the hole. Most of us didn’t get on very well at the start. Afterwards everyone was starting to really enjoy pitch and putt. We had lots of

fun. We all enjoyed it and had lots of fun!

By Jessica

Coleman and

Lisha Ya

(Mrs. Shelly

& Mrs.

Hegarty’s

Fifth Class)

lots of fun! By Jessica Coleman and Lisha Ya (Mrs. Shelly & Mrs. Hegarty’s Fifth Class)

REPTILES BY RUBY ROSE

On the 16th of May Jenna from the Reptile Rooms came to Fifth Class to Miss Shelly’s and Ms. Hegarty’s. She was kind enough to bring some reptiles. There were Bearded Dragons, a tortoise, a Boa (snake). A King Snake and a Veiled Chameleon. I helped out by showing every- one the reptiles. When I was showing the tortoise to every- one it pooped on Tara!!! The Bearded Dragon pooped on Jenna’s boots. We learned some facts about the animals. Every-

one loved the reptiles and we would like to say thanks very much to Jenna at the Reptile Rooms. Thank you!

By Ruby-Rose Bullard (Mrs. Shelly’s & Mrs. Hegarty’s Fifth Class)

A FEW FACTS ABOUT THE BEARDED DRAGON:

Their heads are triangular and have rows of spikes. Beneath their heads they have rows of spiked scales which resemble beards when puffed up. They originally come from Australia.

They are usually gentle by na- ture. They do not attack when threatened. They freeze, puff their throats and sometimes they change colour.

freeze, puff their throats and sometimes they change colour. SWIMMING LESSONS BY AARON KIENGE On Thursdays

SWIMMING LESSONS BY AARON KIENGE

On Thursdays after lunch Third Class get on the bus to bring us to Aura swimming pool. When we get there we must put our swimming shorts/costumes on. Then we go under the shower before getting into the pool. The swimming teacher shows us the skills of swimming, like

floating on our backs and how to breathe when swimming. You must wear a swimming hat and goggles. We have play time at the end for five minutes, it’s great fun. After swimming we must shower again and get dressed. Then we get back on the bus to return to school. We

had six swimming lessons and on the last day we got to go on the big slide, which was my favour- ite part of the lessons.

By Aaron Kienge (Ms. Leamy’s

Third

Class)

of the lessons. By Aaron Kienge (Ms. Leamy’s Third Class) SENIOR INFANTS SCHOOL TOUR We went

SENIOR INFANTS SCHOOL TOUR

We went on tour to Ard- more Open Farm. We had great fun. We saw lots of animals. “My favourite part was the ponies,” Kayleigh said. “I loved rub- bing the bunnies,” Amy added. We played in the

play centre, on the zip wire, go-karts and we went through the maze. “I got lost a couple of times,” Kayleigh laughed! We had the best time ever!

By Kayleigh Keating and

Amy Lane

gerald’s Senior Infants)

(Lisa Fitz-

the best time ever! By Kayleigh Keating and Amy Lane gerald’s Senior Infants) (Lisa Fitz- Volume

CORK CITY SPORTS REPORT BY PHIL AND MELISSA

On June the 1st all the children that qualified for running went to the Cork Institute of Tech- nology. The boys went very early in the morn- ing with the two Ms. Hickeys. It was a rainy day and unfortunately they had no luck. Then the girls went during the day. It was also rain-

ing but they did a bit better than the boys. Sorcha Kilgannon came third in her sprint. The Under 11 relay team came second. So well done to Melissa Lefek, Sorcha Kilgannon, Ciara Wood and Shinta Jo- seph. Everybody had a great day and they did extremely well.

BY PHIL FARRELL AND

MELISA LEFEK!

they did extremely well. BY PHIL FARRELL AND MELISA LEFEK! DRESS FOR LESS A GREAT SUCCESS!

DRESS FOR LESS A GREAT SUCCESS!

Last month the school was delighted to host a fundraising event in aid of two very special little girls, our own Izzy O’Connell and Kate Flynn from Cobh, who’s Granny lives here in Youghal. The night was a MAS- SIVE success not only in a fundraising di- mension but also as a display of support. The kindness and generosity shown by not only our school community but the commu- nity of Youghal as a whole was nothing short of AMAZING! We were truly bowled over. We would like to take this opportu-

nity, once again, to express our most sin- cere and heartfelt thanks to everyone who helped and contributed to making this spe- cial night the success it was: our two com- mittees, the staff and Parents’ Association of Bunscoil Mhuire, our sponsors and of course our customers! And we had a lot of happy customers on the night who managed to grab the most fantastic bargains; dresses, bags and jewellery of all sorts were flying out the door! As for all our

raffle winners…

well

let’s just say I haven’t

seen smiles so big in a long time!!!!! The total money raised was €7773.82. THANK YOU EVERYONE!

The total money raised was €7773.82. THANK YOU EVERYONE! A GREAT ASSEMBLY HOSTED BY INFANTS! Our

A GREAT ASSEMBLY HOSTED BY INFANTS!

Our Assembly was about things under the water. We did the play, “The Rainbow Fish”. We liked the story very much. “I liked the col- ours in it,” Lauren said. “It was good because it is about sharing and stuff and being

nice,” Megan said. We really enjoyed all the songs and the excitement on the day, “I was so nervous – my eyes were watering!” Lauren laughed. Well done to the Junior Infants who taught us about water safety too.

By Lauren O’Connell and Megan Carey (Lisa Fitz- gerald’s Senior Infants)

MY HOPES AND DREAMS FOR THE FUTURE

When I get older I want to be a pro- fessional make up artist so I can do really nice make up. I want to travel around the world with my best friend Victoria. We would probably visit Paris, Canada, Russia, Australia and all of Europe. I want to get a big house and my best friend would get a house next to me so we can both have families and go to each others houses.

By Nikol. B (Sixth Class)

I would love to be a chef when I’m older even though my Mam says I cant make tea and toast. I would love to travel all around the world. I hope to run a restaurant called

‘Lorraine’s Finest’ and I will make crazy inventions like Heston (he is my favourite chef). I will go to col- lege to learn how to be a chef. I would like to live in Dublin. I will move to Sydney when I get a bit fed up of Dublin (you see I get bored of living in one place so I would like to move somewhere different). While I’m living in Sydney (my auntie lives there) my auntie will show me all the tourist spots and nice views. When I was ten I wanted to be a singer like Ariana Grande, an author and a You- Tuber. I would also love to be a chef so I can see people enjoy my food! My family and close friends would eat for free! I’d like to have a

healthy life and be very sporty. The car I will have will be a BMW. I might like to be a singer; I don’t know if I want to be a chef or a singer!

By Lorraine (Sixth Class)

I want to be a chef or a singer! By Lorraine (Sixth Class) MORE HOPES AND

MORE HOPES AND DREAMS FOR THE FUTURE!

My hopes for the future are

I want to do well in First

year. I hope to do well in my

Junior Cert in Third Year

too. I would like do to Fourth

Year and to do well in Fifth

Year for my Leaving Cert in

Sixth Year. I hope to get a

job like a builder or a Garda,

just any job I want to do or

enjoy since I was small.

Maybe I will train hard to be

a soccer player or any other

sport!

By Roman Whelan (Sixth

Class)

player or any other sport! By Roman Whelan (Sixth Class) OUR SCHOOL ASSEMBLY BY SENIOR INFANTS

OUR SCHOOL ASSEMBLY BY SENIOR INFANTS

Our assembly was about things under the water. We did the play, “The Rainbow Fish”. We liked the story very much. “I liked the col- ours in it,” Lauren said. “It was good because it is about sharing and stuff and being nice,” Megan said. We really

enjoyed all the songs and the excitement on the day, “I was so nervous my eyes were watering!” Lauren laughed. Well done to the Junior Infants who taught us about water safety too.

By Lauren O’Connell & Megan Carey.

(Lisa Fitzgerald’s Senior Infants)

safety too. By Lauren O’Connell & Megan Carey. (Lisa Fitzgerald’s Senior Infants) Volume 11, Issue 4

A TRIP TO THE COAST GUARD STATION

The students in our school went to visit the Coast Guard Station across the road from the school. We learned all about water safety. It was for Water Safety Week. It was from the 19th to the 25th of June however, we all know that we need to think about water safety every week! Some people were put in stretch- ers. They were showing us what they do when there is

an emergency. They told us to always swim in safe places. Always swim with a buddy! Never swim where there is a red flag! This means the water is very dan- gerous there. It is always good to swim near life guards. Always make sure you have an adult nearby looking after you. Always wear sun screen. When you are on a boat or a kayak or a canoe always make sure you

have a life jacket on. Never swim where there is a cur- rent in the water. We can all have fun in the water but we need to respect it and obey the rules on the beach. Be safe and enjoy the water!

obey the rules on the beach. Be safe and enjoy the water! SAVINGS WITH SAMMY STAMPS

SAVINGS WITH SAMMY STAMPS IS GREAT!

Mrs. Carroll’s Fourth Class do Sammy Stamps every Thursday. We go around to each class and they give us money in return for Sammy Stamps. The stamps are yellow and you have to fill a booklet of twenty. Then you go to the Credit Union and get €20 when you give them the

All the Fifth and Sixth classes did a quiz. Whoever got the most points went through to the main quiz team representing the school. There was myself (Ellie Daly), Emilia, PJ Morgan and Conor O'Shea (the team captain), Daragh Lyons, Ben Murphy and Brendan Scully were super subs! All of us practiced in Mr. Whites room. PJ

booklet. You can save that if you like. You could save for electronics, new clothes, holi- days, a puppy or anything! It’s a really nice feeling to get money out of the Credit Union. We are in charge of a big job. We go to all the staff too. They save as well!

C.R.Y. QUIZ

and I went up to the C.R.Y. radio station to pick out what school was against another school. We were against St Brigid's in Midleton. After about a week we all went to the G.A.A. to play against St. Bri- gid's, Midleton. Thank God we beat them. We were so happy. We prac- ticed a lot and then like a week later we went back up to the

By Melissa Lefek & Phil Far- rell (Mrs. Carroll’s Fourth Class)

Lefek & Phil Far- rell (Mrs. Carroll’s Fourth Class) G.A.A. and did the same thing but

G.A.A. and did the same thing but sadly we lost to them by a close 53

-50.

By Ellie Daly (Mr. White's Fifth Class)

thing but sadly we lost to them by a close 53 -50. By Ellie Daly (Mr.

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A HUGE GOOD LUCK AND THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE SIXTH CLASS PUPILS!

WISHING YOU ALL A

FANTASTIC TIME IN YOUR NEW SCHOOLS!

WE WILL MISS ALL OF YOU!

TIME IN YOUR NEW SCHOOLS! WE WILL MISS ALL OF YOU! SCHOOL CLOSURES 2017 — 2018
TIME IN YOUR NEW SCHOOLS! WE WILL MISS ALL OF YOU! SCHOOL CLOSURES 2017 — 2018
TIME IN YOUR NEW SCHOOLS! WE WILL MISS ALL OF YOU! SCHOOL CLOSURES 2017 — 2018
TIME IN YOUR NEW SCHOOLS! WE WILL MISS ALL OF YOU! SCHOOL CLOSURES 2017 — 2018
TIME IN YOUR NEW SCHOOLS! WE WILL MISS ALL OF YOU! SCHOOL CLOSURES 2017 — 2018
TIME IN YOUR NEW SCHOOLS! WE WILL MISS ALL OF YOU! SCHOOL CLOSURES 2017 — 2018
TIME IN YOUR NEW SCHOOLS! WE WILL MISS ALL OF YOU! SCHOOL CLOSURES 2017 — 2018

SCHOOL CLOSURES 20172018

School will open on Thursday 31st August 2017. School will finish at 12.45pm on this day.

Halloween Mid-Term Break:

School will close on Friday 27 th October 2017 at 2.45pm and will re-open on

Monday 6 th November 2017.

Christmas Holidays:

School will close on Friday 22 nd December 2017 at 12 noon and will re-open on Monday 8 th January 2018.

Mid-Term Break:

School will close on Wednesday 14 nd February 2018 at 2.45pm and will re-open on Monday 19 th February 2018.

St. Patrick’s Weekend:

School will close on Friday 16 th March 2018 at 2.45pm and will re-open on Tuesday 20 th 2018.

Easter Holidays:

School will close on Friday 23 rd March 2018 at 12 noon and will re-open on Monday 9 th April

2018.

May Bank Holiday:

School will close on Thursday 3 rd May 2018 at 2.45pm and will

re-open on Tuesday 8 th May

2018.

June Bank Holiday:

School will close on Thursday 31 st May 2018 at 2.45pm and will re-open on Tuesday 5 th June 2018.

Summer Holidays:

School will close on Wednesday 27 th June 2018 at 12 noon.

re-open on Tuesday 5 t h June 2018. Summer Holidays: School will close on Wednesday 27

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