The sixth class girls from knitting club presented their knitted creations to Fahey's Pharmacy today. They will be sold in the pharmacy with the proceeds going to Beaumont Hospital. Thank you girls for all your hard work and many thanks to Ms Marron, Ms Brophy and Ms Lee for helping the girls with their knitting.
Well done to Lillian Clear, Olivia Maria Matthew, Allyssa Bennies and Niamh Hughes, our senior athletics team and Annalyse McInerney, Angel Akinsukire, Emma Francis and Liana Boland, our junior athletics team on representing our school so well in Athlone IT indoor games on Tuesday, December 11th. The junior team came second overall and all of the girls won medals. It was a great experience for everyone. Thank you to Mr. Murphy for accompanying the teams.
We held our Christmas raffle on Wednesday December 12th. Congratulations to all our winners. Thank you to everyone for buying and selling tickets. A huge thank you to anyone that donated a prize. Please see below a list of our sponsors.
St. Philomena’s N.S. Christmas Raffle Sponsors for 2018
Cosmic Bowl/Jumping Jacks
Tullamore Court Hotel
Protec Fire Services
G & T Drapery
Dolan’s Chemist, William Street
Sonia’s Sweet Shop
Ille Paper Services
Wynne Ihaza Family
Studio One Hairdressers
O’Donovan’s Chemist, Harbour Street
Super Mac’s Restaurant, Tullamore
Lir Fire Protection
Ryan’s Midlands Books
Aura Leisure Centre
Pet Hospital, Ryan Family
Bord na Mona
McDonald’s Restauant, Tullamore
DARU – School Uniforms
Third class and Ms. McDonnell collected seventy three shoe boxes for the Christmas Shoe Box Appeal. Thank you to everyone who donated a shoe box!
Third Class carved pumpkins with Ms. Buckley and a few parents. We had loads of fun creating spooky faces!
On November 14th Alex, Ashanti, Katie and Lillian paid a visit to Kilbeggan N.S. where Garda Commissioner Drew Harris was launching the Be Safe Be Seen Road Safety campaign. A helicopter landed in the carpark and the girls got to look inside. There was also a fire engine, garda car and ambulance to look into. Take a look at the photos below.
During Science Week, we went to the library to a Junior Einstein show. We had great fun learning about slime and electricity. We even got to see a machine that can remove tumours. It was a very interesting visit.
Well done to Angie Sewell from 4th Class who was selected to be part of the Science Apprentice Wonder Panel. Angie had to travel to UCD where she joined a group of curious and inventive children, who enjoy figuring things out. They helped to create a series of Science Apprentice books. Angie met scientists and helped them to make the best books possible. We were delighted to receive our first set of books today.
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