☘ Green Day ☘

☘ Green Day ☘

☘☘☘ We are inviting everyone to wear something “Green” this Wednesday, 16th of March, in celebration of St Patrick’s Day.☘☘☘

We are asking everyone for a £1 donation, to not have to wear school uniform!  All money raised will be sent through a recognised charity to aid the refugees and especially the children, fleeing war torn Ukraine.

Anyone in the wider Community wishing to donate, please place in an envelope marked “Green Day Donation” and drop off at school office or send into school via staff or pupils and we will ensure it is included in the total amount raised.

Thank you in advance for your support and…. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Fantastic work Lisa Mc Keown

Fantastic work Lisa Mc Keown

What a brave and very worthy fundraiser Mrs Lisa McKeown is embarking on.  Lisa is a school parent and a member of the school’s Board of Governors.   On behalf of  your fellow Governors and the entire school community we wish you success with your efforts and we would encourage everyone to support Lisa in anyway possible.  I’m sure Sè and Eimear are very proud of you.  Check out Lisa’s story on her Just-giving page.

NSPCC Number Day

NSPCC Number Day


Dear Parent/Guardian,

We are taking part in the NSPCC’s Number Day on Friday, 7th of February, this is our opportunity to raise funds which help provide services such as the Child and Parent Workshops we held early in January and also Childline which is manned 24/7.

There will be lots of number related activities on the day and we ask that everyone wears an item of clothing with a number on it, this can be a sports top or cap, or be creative and dress as a dice or calculator!

We are asking for a donation of £1/child or £2/family, we will also have a fun Maths, sponsored event on the day, (details to follow).The oldest in families will receive sponsorship cards.

We’re looking forward to all the fun of Number Day, and we really appreciate your support. All the money we raise on the day will make an enormous difference to children today and help change the lives of children tomorrow.


P5 Presentation and Coffee Morning

P5 Presentation and Coffee Morning

A big thank you to everyone who came along to our Coffee Morning in aid of the Hospice and to view the work from our P5 Goat Project. We raised almost £500!!!!

Thank you to everyone who sent in goodies…it was much appreciated.

If you didn’t make it…here are some pictures from the event. The Artwork will be on display, this weekend in Ti Chullain during the Michael J Murphy Winter School.

Nursery class 2019


The sun shone brightly for this year’s Graduates special day.  We were delighted at the turn out of family and friends of the school to support our superstars !  Well done to those who participated in our parents race, I believe it went down to a photo finish in the end ! Thanks to Mary Toal in Ti Chulainn for helping us prepare the room for today and for her assistance with the refreshments.   The delicious treats were in abundance and thoroughly enjoyed by all – so our thanks to parents  for this.  Tomorrow we will announce the total raised for one of our Nursery mums – Amanda McTaggart, #Action-4-Amanda. It was great to see Amanda there today and we are pleased to be able to help out in a small way.  I am so proud of each and every child that participated today, your confidence shown through with your enthusiastic dance moves and fantastic singing.  Finally, on behalf of all the Nursery staff we would like to express our sincere thanks for your very generous and thoughtful gift.   It is very much appreciated.

Unfortunately we didn’t get any snaps from the day so please feel free to share memories of this special day.

Thanks again,


U14 Camogie Feile Fundraising


Last Friday, KS2 used the annual Teddy Bears’ Picnic as an opportunity to raise some funds for the Mullaghbawn U14 Camogie team, who will make the trip to Cork for the All Ireland Feile in June. There was a full schedule of fun activities, which are listed below, and all of the children brought in a donation for the team.

  • Instead of cross country practice, pupils took part in “teddy relay races,” using the teddy bears in place of the traditional baton!
  • A photo booth was set up for pupils to get selfies taken with their teddy bears. The photos have been uploaded into the Google Classroom, from where they will be able to download them if they wish.
  • The Sphero robots and iPads were taken out to the yard for a special race event. The pupils (and staff) competed against each other to see who could navigate their robot around the course (including their teddy bear) in the shortest time.
  • Many parents generously sent in lots of buns and cakes for a Teddy Tuck Shop, which went to down a treat with children and adults alike!
  • Staff members undertook a special “bear quiz,” designed by Miss Mulkerns, to see who was the most knowledgeable on the subject. Well done to Mrs Martina McKinley who came out on top.

Thanks to the generosity of pupils, parents and staff, an incredible total of £542 and €18 was raised, which along with the £215 and €6 raised from the recent non-uniform day, enabled us to hand over £757 and €24 to Blaithin O’Brien, the team coach, who came in to help with events on the day. We hope the girls have a wonderful time away and this money goes some of the way towards your fundraising target.