Forty primary school pupils took part in County Meath’s Spelling Bee Final this morning. The competition began at 11am in Ratoath. Our Spelling Bee Champion put in a stunning performance and finished in 3rd place overall. Comhghairdeachas!!
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In November 2016, we started the FRIENDS for Life programme with Ms Coakley. There are seven main points in FRIENDS for Life that we worked on: Feelings Remember to relax I can do it! I can try! Explore solutions – … Continue reading →
Comhghaireachas don tUasal Ó Gheallagáin agus dona múinteoirí uilig a chuir Tráth na gCeist den scoth ar siúl inné! Bhain gach duine taitneamh as an tráthnóna agus d’fhoglaimeamar cúpla fíricí chomh maith….mar sh. Tá dath oráiste ar bhosca dubh … Continue reading →
Pupils from St Mary’s School participated in the recent Meath County Council Library Service World Book Day Bookmark Competition. The competition was open to pupils from First to Sixth classes. The standard in the school was very high and a … Continue reading →
We learned all about St Valentine and celebrated Valentine’s Day in Room 18 by engaging in some Art activities to thank our parents for all that they do for us. We had great fun displaying our Art work in class!
We were delighted to welcome the grandparents of Amy, Grace and Lucy to our classroom on Grandparents’ Day, February 1st. The girls made cards for their grandparents and brought them on a trip down Memory Lane by asking them lots … Continue reading →
It is Fair Trade Fortnight at the moment and 6th Class marked the occasion by hosting a Fair Trade assembly. Fair Trade is linked to the Green Flag theme of Global Citizenship. Some pupils in the class explained the meaning of Fair Trade … Continue reading →
Some of our pupils (and teachers!) decided to dress-up as characters from a variety of books to celebrate World Book Day 2017. Books and characters included Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, One, The Wolf and the Three Little Pigs, 101 Dalmations, Bambi, … Continue reading →
Congratulations to the twenty-four pupils from 5th and 6th Classes who took part in the final of this year’s Spelling Bee! Over 200 pupils from 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Classes cheered on the girls and waved home-made banners. The competition began with some … Continue reading →