Well done to the 4th, 5th and 6th class pupils who cleaned the local roads around the school and church in preparation for our Communion tomorrow.
Any interested pupil can bring their hurley and helmets to school and a sliotar will be provided to them if they wish to take part in hurling/camogie in the alley during break and lunch times. This is an initiative being organised by Limerick GAA. A meeting took place in February by Limerick GAA Games Development Administrators James Ryan and Ollie Coffey which was attended by Mr.Power and Mr. McCarthy. This is a new initiative which the school are glad to be part of.
You are clear through on goals, you can anticipate the cheers of your classmates, you can visualise the net shaking as you score the all important goal........but as you wind up to shoot you realise that there is a real danger your shoe will end up on the roof of the school shed........ #WORTH IT
Many thanks to parent Jackie Gaffrey who has organised, through Limerick Sports Partnerships, a four week training programme for all pupils, in the lead up to the Great Limerick Run. All pupils are being encouraged to take part in the GLR, and Jackie has organised for a coach to come and run the Great Limerick Run 4 Fun programme in our school. We had our first training session today and all pupils really enjoyed it.