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25 June 2017
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Schools notes

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Scoil Mhuire GNS

Creative Writing Competition
Congratulations to all pupils who entered the Lucan District Credit Union Primary Schools Creative Writing competition recently. Their joint effort yielded a welcome prize when we were awarded overall winning school in Lucan for the second year in a row, with a prize of €500.00 for the school.
The overall competition winner was Catherine Killard, 5th class who won an iPad and a class trip to Fort Lucan. Highly commended were: Hazel Gogarty, Emily McGrath, Ayesha Quarishi and Rachel White.

Write-a-Book 2017
Well done to all or our pupils in our Fourth classes who entered their books in this competition in association with Dublin West Education Centre. The judges had a difficult task of selecting the winning entries as follows: Hazel Gogarty, Emily Horrigan, Ava Kennedy, Sive Keogh, Ella Larkin, Sorcha McCarthy, Alana McIlreavy, and Ruby Munnelly.

Camogie News
Thanks to Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club who organised an end-of-year camogie blitz for Lucan schools recently. Our 5th and 6th class girls were winners on the night and brought home the long desired for Kelly Cup. Well done girls and teachers Ms O’Connor and Ms Lawlor.

School Musical
Scoil Mhuire GNS took on a new challenge this year and performed a highly entertaining musical to a delighted audience last week. The girls had been preparing for the ‘Sixth Class Musical’ for the past few months and their dedication and hard work truly paid off. Under the guidance of Ms. Faughnan, Ms. Bohan and Ms. Murphy, the children were well rehearsed and performed with enthusiasm and confidence.

The pianist for the performance was Michael Grant, whose astounding skill and experience took the production to another level of professionalism.

In the lead roles, Sophie O’Brien and Jennifer Waters brought awe and laughter to the audience through their captivating performances. They were very well supported by a large cast including Lauren Strong, Ruth Goodall, Sarah Tavey, Rachel Cunningham and Roisin O’Sullivan. I think it is fair to say that a lot of budding talent was discovered in the preparation and performance of this wonderful musical.

 

St. Joseph’s College

Finished At Last!
Congratulations to all our Leaving Certificate and Junior Certificate students who have completed all exams at this stage! Over 240 6th Year and 3rd Year students have been patiently and diligently making their way through their busy timetables since Wednesday, 7th June, despite warm weather conditions and the holiday feeling with friends and family around them! Wishing all students the very best in August and September when the much anticipated results will arrive back at the school. Have a great summer and a well deserved rest!

Schools

Happy Leaving Certificate students on their final day of exams: Cliona Woods, Julie Kelly, Lauren Kennedy (Head Girl), Chloe Cheng and Gold Achugbu.

 

St Josephs College CAR BOOT SALES

St. Josephs College Car Park
Next Sale
Sunday 9th July

From 9am - 1pm
(gates open for sellers at 8am)

€15 Cars and Small vans
NO Large Vans allowed
No Pre-booking required, just turn up and pay on site
Public admission FREE
Refreshments and Toilets available

Further information stjoeyspaevents@gmail.com
Sales are organised by St Josephs College Parents Association

 

Happy Reunion

Class of ’79, St. Mary’s GNS & Class of ’84, St. Joseph’s College
Birthday Reunion!
8th July, 7.30pm

O’Neills Back lounge
Happy Days!