There will be a presentation to parents/guardians entitled "Social Media: Challenges for Parents" on Monday, March 27th at 7pm in Golden GAA Hall. The presentation will cover what is currently popular among Irish students in relation to social media, what the potential dangers are and offer practical advice on how to protect children online. All are very welcome to attend.
The colour green was certainly very popular last Thursday in the school as the pupils got ready for St. Patrick's Day by celebrating the now annual Green Day. There were even a few leprechauns to be found roaming around the classrooms!
Well done to the two teams who travelled to Cahir Park AFC yesterday for the FAI 5 a-side soccer tournament. There were lots of goals scored and great fun was had by all who took part!
Well done to the three teams who took part in the FAI 5 a-side soccer in Cahir Park AFC. A great day out was had by all who attended.
The pupils in 1st and 2nd Class received a visit from FLAT-Q-BEAR who came all the way from Bermuda recently. FLAT-Q-BEAR was photographed taking part in the everyday activities in the class and travelled back home with a letter for the pupils in Bermuda telling them all about life in an Irish primary school.
Answer to last week's problem: 3 (The number of dots on the lowest domino in each group is equal to the total number of dots on the three upper dominos)
Best wishes to Emer McCarthy and Fiona Tuohy in the FAI National Under 14 Cup Semi Final v Kilmore Celtic from Dublin. The game takes place this Sunday, March 5th in Palmershill, Cashel. Kick off is 2pm.
Well done to Kate Flannery who played for the Tipperary Under 14 Ladies Football team that defeated Cork in the Munster Under 14 A Championship last weekend. The team will face Kerry in the next round of the Munster Championship on April 8th.
Answer to last week's problem: The binder between 2 and 3, the one with the yellow-blue sticker has disappeared. The system is based on a yellow-red-blue-green sequence.
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