News Archive 05/06
2nd June '06
3rd and 4th Classes visited Askea Church to listen to Carlow Youth Orchestra.
Artist Don Conroy visited the school in honour of Poppy Ashmore's victory in the Esso Wildlife Challenge. He gave an art class to our pupils!
We have been presented with our green flag by the Minister for Education and Science.
Eddie Sheehan has been teaching drums and guitar to 5th and 6th classes. See them playing the guitar!
Second and Sixth classes are busy preparing for their Communion and Confirmation. Other classes are busy practising for the choir!
The school is closed for Easter. We reopen for all pupils on Monday, 24th April. Enjoy the break!
The school has earned its first Green Flag. This is a great achievement for all pupils, parents and teachers. Well done to everybody!
We have raised €124 in a raffle for Mother's Day! The money will be given to cancer research as today is Daffodil Day. Well done to all!
Holly Bolger is a prizewinner in the INTO Handwriting Competition. She will be presented with her prize in the Talbot Hotel, Carlow. Well done Holly!
Mr. Hoyne's class have been learning about digital photography! See the best photographs.
4th, 5th and 6th classes paid a visit to Old Leighlin to see the cathedral and St. Lazerian's well. Watch a video of the visit.
Everybody in the school has been working very hard at our application for a green flag. Mrs. Byrne has been co-ordinating it all!
Some of our girls will be modelling for charity next month. The Nationalist took a photograph before their stint on the catwalk!
4th, 5th and 6th Classes visited Old Leighlin to take a guided tour of St. Lazerian's Cathedral and have a look at Molaise's Well.
Click to see the winners of the "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle" Art Competition who were presented with their prizes by Mrs. Byrne. Well done!
Ms. Purcell's class have been making St. Brigid's crosses.
22nd December '05
Some of our older pupils have been taking part in a chess competition.
See the photos of our Carol Service.
Some of 5th and 6th Class pupils have taken part in an art project called the St. Francis Street Boys Art Exhibition.
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