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Welcome to our new Junior Infants
Welcome to our new Junior Infants who started school today.  A word of welcome also to our other new pupils.  Finally, welcome to new members of staff, Ms. Stone (1st & 2nd class teacher) and Ms. Boland (S.N.A.).
School re-opens next Monday

The school will re-open after the summer break next Monday 1st September at 9.20.  Junior Infants will finish at 12 o'clock each day until Monday 15th September.

Your Child's Learning - Information for Parents

As a parent you play a key role in your child's education. The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) has developed a number of resources to help you to support your child's learning in primary school.  Take a look at the resources for your child's class:

 
Infant Classes - click HERE

1st & 2nd Classes - click HERE

3rd & 4th Classes - click HERE

5th & 6th Classes - click HERE
School Band members say thank you to Ms. Lenehan
Earlier today (Thursday 26th), Ms. Lenehan organised a band recital in the courtyard.  Before the band performed, children in Ms. Dillon's second class and Ms. Mc Ardle's fifth class performed pieces they had learned during the year for the Féile Ceoil.  The band then played a selection of lovely pieces.  Afterwards, band members and sixth class pupils, Aisling Fagan and Carla Cooney, presented a bouquet of flowers to Ms. Lenehan as a token of the band's appreciation of Ms. Lenehan's work.  Ms. Lenehan is retiring this year but we are delighted that she will return to take the school band next year.  To view photos from today's performances, click HERE.
€1100 to Join Our Boys
Earlier today (Wednesday), the school presented €1100 (proceeds from Fun Day) to the Join Our Boys Trust Fund.  Paula Naughton and two of her sons, George and Isaac, along with Brian from 'Join Our Boys' accepted the cheque.  Further information about this very worthy cause can be accessed by clicking HERE.  Well done and thank you once again to the children for raising such a huge amount on Fun Day.  Photos from Fun Day can be viewed by scrolling down to an earlier post.
Junior Infants Caterpillar Story!
Ms. O' Connor's  Junior Infants were reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar story and it prompted them to have a few very hungry caterpillars of their own in their classroom to observe and monitor during the last few weeks. Click HERE  to see our very own caterpillar story.
Sixth Class - review of the year in slideshows!

As the children in sixth class come to the end of their time in Tubberclare, have a look at the busy year they have had in sixth class by clicking on the headings below.  20 slideshows with 600 photos in total - Enjoy!

Cross Country Flora & Fauna Science Week Lough Úllord Dáil Éireann
Carol Singing Science Fair Reeling in the Yrs Knock 1 Knock 2
Match of the Day Pyjamas Day Gardening  Golf Woods Walk
Sowing Trees Football Day More Reeling Tour Mixed Bag
Best athletes 2014
Congratulations to Stephen O'Connor (sixth class) and Laura Madden (third class) on winning the best athelte awards for 2014.  Their excellent performances on sports day resulted in them claiming the overall award.  Stephen's and Laura's name will be placed on a plaque which already has the names of the previous 32 winners, dating back to 1982.
Meeting with the President
Ms. O' Connor, Aoife (sixth class) and Eoin Sheeran (second class) and family were invited to meet the President and his wife  in Áras an Uachtaráin on Saturday.They had a great day at the garden party.
Sailing Success for Alex
Congratulations to Alex Leech (4th class) on his success at a sailing regatta in Belfast at the weekend.  He competed in seven races, winning four of them, and finished first in the overall placings.  It was a great achievement so well done again to Alex and his fellow crew member, Tiarnán Dickson.  Alex is pictured with his lovely trophy.

 

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