The 100 Days of School Celebration was held yesterday in school. The children recognised being 100 days smarter having learned many important skills, concepts, facts and figures. Maths skills aplenty were on display in our Maths Bee Competition. Well done to the winners in P3-7 classes; P3 Lorcan Smith, P4 Oisin Carr, P5 Martin Cunningham, P6 Liam Byrne and P7 Daniel McAlea! We are very proud of them all! A special mention and well done to Mr Ryan Ross who won the Parent Competition! Thanks also to parents /family members for assisting pupils with 100 Days @ School Projects- your efforts are greatly appreciated & ensured a fantastic day at school. See photograph of our 100 Days at School Project Prize winners who created amazing projects on themes of Eco/school.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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