Some lovely artwork Sonas carried out with Mrs Maher back in October on Jack and the Beanstalk.
Well done to Ali, Caoimhe, Cian H and Cian R who represented Anglesboro N.S. on the South Limerick schools football teams. Ali and Caoimhe played in the Larkin Shield competition in Rathkeale. The girls were unlucky to come up against a very strong West side that advanced to the final. Cian H and Cian R played in the Sarsfield Cup competition defeating the City in the semi final before losing out once again to a very strong West side in the final. Cian R had the honour of captaining the South in the final which was played in the Gaelic Grounds. Well done everyone
We were delighted to send almost 70 shoe boxes to children in 3rd world countries as part of our Team Hope Christmas Shoebox appeal.
Junior and Senior Infants had great fun getting dressed up for Halloween and doing some apple bobbing in school!
A selection of photos from our recent Cheerios Childline Breakfast Morning.
We recently enjoyed a visit from The Brickx club in Anglesboro N.S. We had great fun building various projects.
Well done to our boys and girls football teams who both played in the South finals in Martinstown yesterday. Both teams did Anglesboro N.S. extremely proud. Congratulation to our boys team who won their final while our girls gave a great account of themselves in 2 very well contested games.
Well done to our boys who won the South Limerick mini 7's football competition. This is an additional football competition we entered this year to give our boys a chance to play against some of the bigger schools in South Limerick. Our boys emerged from their group after playing Bruree and Kilfinane. We played Ballylanders in the semi final before beating Knocklong in the final. We will now go forward to represent South Limerick in the county series. Well done boys!!!
Our U10 team that won the Bridie Lane cup at the Anglesboro Harvest Fair.
A very special day in Anglesboro N.S. as we welcomed past pupils Áine, Clodagh and Grainne as well as Galtee Gaels and Ballylanders players Shelly and Caoimhe to Anglesboro as All Ireland champions. Our girls and boys are very lucky to have such fantastic role models to look up to.
Our 1st - 6th really enjoyed taking part in the Anglesboro harvest fair concert. Up Limerick!!!
Our 2 teams had a great day out at the Bridie Lane tournament at the Anglesboro harvest fair.
Farewell to Paddy and Ellie as they finish up with us in Anglesboro N.S. Best of luck in secondary school, we know ye will get on great!!
This year we became involved with the Junior Entrepreneur Programme. The senior classes worked closely in groups to come up with business ideas which they presented in a Dragons Den style to local “Dragon” Kevin Lane. After consulting with Kevin, the children decided to invest money in Galtee Gaels/Limerick cups and have been very successful selling almost 200 cups. The children also decided to put the profits towards carrying out work on our school garden and we have been very busy since. Each classroom was given a flowerbed which they planted with cabbage, turnips, carrots, parsley, beetroot, lettuce, cauliflower, onions, sunflowers, etc. The competition between classes has been very interesting!!! We can’t believe how quickly everything is growing. Last week some classes enjoyed a bacon and cabbage dinner using our own potatoes and cabbage. Cian brought us bacon from his family’s farm. This week our 5th and 6th class have been putting the finishing touches to our school garden by painting a mural on the adjacent wall. Thank you to everyone that has supported our Junior Entrepreneur Project and helped to raise money for our school garden.
We are now officially an "Active School". On Tuesday a validator from the Active Schools programme visited us. We were delighted to be awarded our very first Active Schools flag. We launched our Active Schools campaign back in September and have been very busy since with many activities, events and initiatives taking place over the course of the year. A big thank you to our Active Schools committee and Ms Kelly for all their hard work.
4th, 5th and 6th Class worked with the Junior Room recently to help them create some lovely word art portraits.
Some nice Word Art portraits we made on our school iPads using compliments given by classmates.
Last night was the 43rd year of our annual sports evening and as always, we had a very enjoyable evening full of activity and fun. This year Galbally, Kilbehenny and Ballylanders took part in our football blitz. The final was a cracking game where we just about got the better of Ballylanders. Well done to all of our boys and girls. Our joint captains Ellie Martin and Paddy English were delighted to accept the cup.
A big thank you to James Murphy and John Ryan for doing MC on the night. This service was provided completely free of charge which we greatly appreciated. Thanks to the Liam Lynch pipe band for creating a great atmosphere before the finals. Thank you also to Johnny Cleary for referring the blitz. Finally, thank you to all our parents who helped out in anyway in making our sports evening such a success.
Well done to Chloe O’ Keefe who is only in 3rd class and managed to raise a fantastic €250 on the night for the "Make A Wish foundation". Chloe has also been supporting the "Rapunzel foundation".
Junior Infants, Senior Infants and 1st Class went to Mary Immaculate College on Friday June 8th to the Just 4 Fun School Tour. Everyone had a great day.
Today was our 6th and final week of swimming lessons in Fermoy Leisure Centre for 1st - 6th class. We partake in swimming lessons each year and it is great to see the children improving at such an essential life skill while also having great fun!!
Well done to Paddy, Cian R and Cian H who came 3rd in the Munster primary schools skills competition in Mallow today. The boys did their school, their club and their county proud and are a testament to the work that has been going on over the last number of years between the club and the school. Congratulations to Holy Family N.S. Rathmore who were worthy winners. It was also nice to see our boys make the Limerick and Cork match day programme over the weekend and who knows it may not be the last time they are included in a Limerick programme...
On Tuesday morning 4th 5th and 6th class enjoyed visiting the "Tuesday club" after mass. We sang songs together and had great fun being taught how to play a variety of card games, while also teaching one or two games of our own. We look forward to visiting the club again in the near future.
A great day spent in Watergrasshill for our senior school tour where we enjoyed karting, laser tag, archery, sumo wrestling, and gladiator jousting.