A massive thank you

Thank you so much to all of you for such kind words, generous gifts and lovely cards yesterday.

I have honestly had the most enjoyable year ever with your fantastic, enthusiastic and wonderful children. We have cried, challenged each other, gone on many tangents (mainly mine) and most importantly had so many laughs and jokes. I adore each and every one of them and I can tell they all have such bright futures ahead of them, they really are a special group of children.

Not only are they wonderful learners and reflective thinkers but they are so kind and caring to each other, I know they will look after one another as they progress into Year 3 together. I will be keeping in touch through blogs and via Miss Vincett!

Thank you for entrusting me with your precious little humans! Have a wonderful break and enjoy the rest!

You can catch me on meadhbhhassett@yahoo.ie.

Go raibh míle maith agaibh.


Miss H


Tomorrow all parents and carers are invited into school from 2.30pm to work with their children and look through their books.
Parents will also get the opportunity to see the ‘storyscapes in a shoebox’ that the children created during art week. Nursery to year 2 will have their work on display in the KS1 Hall, and the KS2 creations will be in the KS2 Hall.
Entry to the school will be via the Turney Road gate only.
Sports Day is taking place on Friday at the Rosendale Road Playing Fields. The timings are as follows:

  • The Early Years and KS1 races commence at 10am,
  • KS2 children will arrive at the field for a whole school picnic lunch at 12 noon – please note that the reception children will return to school for their picnic – unless you sign your child out;
  • Staff / Parent races at 12.30pm,
  • KS2 races commence at 1pm.

Early years and KS1 children should come into school dressed in their PE kit. KS2 children can come in their PE kit but there will be a chance for them to get changed. Please make sure that your child brings a water bottle and if it is hot they will also need a hat and sunscreen.

The school will provide a packed lunch to all those who have a school dinner, and to those who receive free school meals. Children who normally have a packed lunch will need to bring their own packed lunch.

We really hope that parents and carers will join us for the picnic, and that some of you will even participate in the parents’ race.

Early Years and KS1 parents are most welcome to take their children home after their races, or picnic lunch, however before you leave you must sign your child out with your child’s class teacher.