We were delighted to have a visit from Mayor O’ Hanlon on Monday April 24th. He spoke to the children and encouraged everyone to actively participate in keeping Limerick clean and to to be kind to all citizens. The children were delighted to see the mayor’s robes and chains which are over two hundred years old.
The senior class project will be on sale on Thursday March 30th at 1:30 p.m.
The children from fourth to sixth are busy learning a large repertoire of songs. They will perform in the Concert Hall in Limerick on Thursday May 18th. They have been learning songs in Irish, English and Latin so far. One of the favourite songs of many children is Queen’s ‘Don’t stop me now’.
Fifth and sixth class are participating in the Junior Entrepreneur Programme. Their enthusiasm is palpable and the students are currently undertaking market research. They have researched various ideas, presented their ideas to local business people and gained an insight into business from local entrepreneurs. They will be ready to launch their product shortly.
Congratulations to Grace, Billy and Keelin who were winners in the Credit Union Art Competition in the Rathkeale District Competition in 2016. Grace also won second prize in the chapter level which is the next level in the competition. Well done to all the boys and girls who took part. They entered beautiful pictures in the competition and should be very proud of themselves.