We had a really fun day in the Killygarry GAA grounds on Wednesday 20th June. Every class got to participate in sprints, relays, egg and spoon race, 3-legged race, penalties and targets, tug-of-war, welly throwing and baseball hitting, sponge races, parachutes, tag rugby and obstacle course. Many of our past pupils came back to help […]
The very industrious pupils in 6th class and their teacher Ashley Wynne travelled to Dublin on Monday 18th June for the first ever Junior Entrepreneur Showcase and Awards day in the RDS. There were hundreds of schools displaying their products and thousands of people attending. Sixth class were displaying their FRAME IT business. They made […]
Clare from SEAI came to the school to teach the children about energy-saving. This is part of our Green Schools Programme.
Earlier in the year sixth class completed 6 training sessions with local triathlon coach Sasha. The culmination was a Duathlon event (running and cycling) which was held in Killygarry GAA grounds on the 6th of June. Well done 6th class on your fitness and endurance.
Well done to our girls’ gaelic football team who reached the semi-finals against Farnham NS this year. They won all four of their first round matches but were not able to conquer a very strong Farnham team in the semi-final. They will be back again next year to give it another go. Thank you to […]
We have blue-tits nesting in our live-cam nest box! Come into Ms Wynne’s classroom and see live footage of the 5 little chicks all snuggled up together waiting for their mum to fly back with food for them! Parents are welcome to come in at home time and see them also. (Just remember to park […]
Thank you to everyone who visited the school on Monday. We hope you enjoyed seeing your child’s classroom, the new extensions and the playground. We were delighted to see you all.
Well done to the fourth class pupils who received certificates for their “Highly Commended” books in the recent “Write a Book” competition. There were three children who were awarded “Merit awards” for their books. They will travel to Monaghan Education Centre on Thursday to receive their medals and certificates.
Well done to Mia, Grace and Lucy in third class who were awarded certificates for their poetry entries to the National Windows Poetry competition this year.
The good weather came along just in time for our Outdoor Classroom Day on May 17th , which was also our Biodiversity Day at St Brigid’s. Heather Bothwell from Heritage Ireland came and taught the children about the great variety of flora and fauna to be found in our school yard.