School News

May News 2018

Referendum – School closed Friday 25th May to facilitate voting.
First Holy Communion – Saturday 19th May at 11am

Wishing all our First Holy Communion Candidates and all involved a beautiful memorable day tomorrow. We hope the sun shines and everybody has a lovely day celebrating this wonderful Sacrament.


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The parents association are looking for volunteers to help with refreshments at the Holy Communion party that takes place in Trinity Hall after the ceremony. They are asking parents to donate food (such as cakes, biscuits, treats, sandwiches, etc) or to lend a hand to set up and help make tea on the day. Any fresh foods can be left down to Trinity Hall on Saturday morning betwen 9.30am-11.00am.  Non perishable foods can be left in the school before 3pm on Friday 18th May. All donations and help are greatly appreciated to help make this a memorable day for all.

Parents of pupils in 3rd and 1st Class are particulary requested to assist on the day, as this party has been previously provided or will be provided next year for all your families.

Please text Tracy on 087-9014166, Annie 085-1158155 or Viona 087-6684292 if you can volunteer or donate. Thanks from the ‘Parents Association’.


Garda visit Junior Infants 


Performing Arts Summer School


3rd class trip to Glebe Gallery and House

3rd Class had an action-packed and very enjoyable day in the Glebe Gallery and House. They began the day with a tour of Glebe House where Derek Hill, an artist, used to live. Derek Hill has painted many portraits of very famous people including Mary Robinson and the Queen.

3rd Class visited the Gallery and painted their very own flower pots. They are  now going to sow sunflowers in pots in school next week. After painting, they explored the grounds of the gallery and house. They were given a task to build ‘a house for a mouse’ using anything from the outdoors. Imaginations ran wild! Following this, they went on a nature trail and fairy door trail around the grounds. They put the finishing touches to their ‘mouse houses’ before boarding the bus back to school. 3rd Class really enjoyed all the activities of the day from painting, to exploring the outdoors as well as the indoors.




CLG An Tearmainn


Spelling Bee 

Well done to the children from 5th and 6th class who took part in the Spelling B final in the school.


Pictured below are the three winners from the Spelling Bee competition held in the school.

Joachim Alcantara – Winner

Maeve Diver – Runner up

Eoghan Mc Fadden – third place

We wish Joachim Alcantara well in the schools county final. Well done to everyone who participated.



Letterkenny “Bat Walk & Talk”

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