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Active Schools Week 2019 - Friday

Active Schools Week for 2019 concluded with a 5k walk for the entire school.

On a route which took the school by the old schools, through the estate and down to the back of the GAA pitch, all the classes made it in record time!

From Junior Infants to 6th class, a lot of legs were tired after!


Well done to all the students and classes who took part in the walk!



Active Schools Week 2019 - Thursday

Thursday saw the girls and boys participate in the annual Teachers v Students basketball match.

In what was a very sporting occasion, the teachers triumphed!

Later, all the classes participated in circuits classes!

Great fun was had by all!!



Active Schools Week 2019 - Tuesday

Our first day of Active Schools Week saw the entire start the morning with some dancing with 'Wake and Shake'!!

The junior and senior classes then took part in races on the back field while the fifth and sixth took part in a penalty shoot out.








All thoroughly enjoyed the day - well done!

Tomorrow sees Mickey Burke visit the school and we look forward to his visit!


Active Schools Week 2019 - Wednesday

Wednesday in our Active Schools Week saw dancing, lots of Orienteering and a visit from county footballer, Mickey Burke.

Mickey was very good with his time and spoke to the school for over an hour, giving them tips and advice on their own GAA careers!MickeyB1

Thanks again to Mickey for his time!


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The finished orienteering faces :-)

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We look forward to the next day of Active Schools Week!


Active Schools Week - Friday

Friday, the last day of Active Schools Week, saw the entire school go on a collective walk.


What was estimated to be 5 kilometres in distance was covered by all classes from Junior Infants to 6th class.


On what was a relatively warm day, the classes left the school at 11.20, went up through the Meadows, down by Wood Lane, through the heart of the village to the back GAA pitch and then back to the school via Wood Lane.


All enjoyed the walk and the break from the usual academic subjects. Well done all on the walk and well done all on the successful week!




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