Please note the following dates and times, which have been confirmed with Fr Emlyn for the Sacraments of Reconciliation, (First Confession) and First Communion.
First Confession- Children will receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation, on Thursday, 13th May @ 11 am. Only pupils and teachers will be in attendance for the Ceremony. Children should wear full school uniform.
First Communion- First Communion will take place on Saturday, 22nd of May as follows:
Miss Hughes’s Group at 11 am
Miss Murphy’s Group at 2 pm.
Each child can be accompanied by 2 guests.
We ask that you are in the chapel and seated 15 minutes before the ceremony begins.
Please find the link to the webcam in St Mary’s Church, Mullaghbawn copied below.
Both Confirmation ceremonies will be live streamed through this link. The camera will be turned on just approaching 5pm each evening, to allow any family members who unfortunately are unable to attend due to restrictions, to view the ceremony from home.
We wish the P7 year group the very best of luck as they make their Confirmation this week and ask everyone connected with our school and wider parish community to keep them in their prayers at this time. The first group will be confirmed @5 pm this Tuesday (April 27th) and the second group being confirmed @5 pm on Thursday (April 29th), with both ceremonies taking place in St Mary’s Church,
Our P7 pupils visited the Chapel this afternoon for their Penitential Service, “Builders for God” , in preparation for Confirmation next week. They heard that where there is Peace, Love, Forgiveness and Joy, the Holy Spirit is present.
Thank you to Fr Emlyn for leading us in prayer and best wishes to all our P7 as they prepare for their Confirmation.
Master Mc Coy’s P7 class proudly showing all the bags of litter which our P6 and P7 year groups picked up around the village last week. The P7 group pictured cleaned up around the Church car park to have it slick and span for Confirmation next week.
Well done to all the classes involved a great job!
This is “Tidy Ring of Gullion Week” and all around the village, people are cleaning up litter. Today whilst out doing their bit, our P6/7 class were filmed as part of a wider promotional film for the area organised by the Ring of Gullion. It was a great experience to work with a professional film crew. Watch out for “our stars” when the film goes out later in the year!
Have you been over the River Walk? Have you noticed some colorful posters with reminders about not littering? Have you been wondering what they are all about?
Well…they are the work of our talented and environmentally aware P6 and P6/7 classes who have combined learning about their town-lands with designing posters to remind everyone that littering is both an eyesore and a problem for our environment.
So why not take a stroll over the bridge and have a look, for yourself. It’s the perfect outdoor exhibition venue, but one with an important message whether you are in Mullaghbawn or Maphoner, Longfield or Shanroe or any other town land-
P6/7 have been learning about the Stations of the Cross and last week visited St Mary’s Church to complete some research as to what each of the 14 Station represents. They made some sketches whilst in the Chapel and these are put together in the video linked below as a reflection for everyone on this Good Friday, as we know many will not be able to visit the Church. We hope you enjoy and wish everyone a peaceful and happy Easter.
Congratulations to our Nursery children for jumping back into school life with ease. It is a credit to these very young children that they have adapted so well to their long awaited return to the classroom, such a demonstration of resilience. 🌟🌟 We are so proud of you all. Enjoy our St Patrick’s Day video. Have a super St Patrick’s Day.
We were blown away by the work carried out for our recent celebration of Catholic School’s Week and had to share a selection from our KS2 Classes. There was such a high level of participation that it was almost impossible to pick out samples for the video attached below.
This week we marked the beginning of Spring with St Brigid’s Day, we all hope for brighter days ahead… but the fantastic work of our boys and girls should swell everyone’s heart in our school community with PRIDE. Well done boys and girls… YOU ARE AMAZING!!!✨👏