There was huge excitement in St. Michael’s National School on Wednesday 19th June 2019 as we came together as a school community to raise three very important and well-deserved flags. Both staff and pupils have worked extremely hard and have shown huge dedication and commitment to achieve a flag for Water Conservation and Preservation, a flag for recognition as a Health Promoting School and also a flag for achieving Active School Status. We had a fantastic day gathering together to mark our success.
On the day we also opened our beautiful new friendship garden. A sincere word of thanks to our parent’s association for making our friendship garden possible – your unending support doesn’t go unnoticed!
A heartfelt thank you to everyone who attended the Flag Raising Ceremony and who contributed in any way to making the day a memorable one. A special thank you also to our special guests ‘Hiphopical’ for their fantastic dance display and to Drew Wylie from the Monaghan County Team who raised our three flags for us.
Well done to everyone! Our staff and pupils are very proud to be flying the flags for St. Michael’s N.S. Donaghmoyne.
On Tuesday 14th of May 2019 we were very active in our school. We were fortunate to have Ryan Gaffney (on behalf of Monaghan G.A.A.) with us today to give us a taster session in hurling. The boys and girls had great fun and they also got the opportunity to practice some hurling skills. See some of the action below!
Congratulations to Seán-Óg and Lucy who completed the John ‘The Runner’ McGeough One Mile Race in Blackhill on Friday 3rd May 2019. Seán-Óg completed the race in 5 minutes 30 seconds, and Lucy completed it in 12 minutes. Both children were quite close to John McGeough’s time of 4 minutes 30 seconds.
Today (9th May 2019), all classes commenced basketball sessions with our coach Enda. This will continue for the next five weeks. The children are really enjoying themselves as well as developing lots of basketball skills.
Staff and pupils were full of excitement on Thursday 1st May 2019 as we set off on our annual school tour. Our destination was the ‘Crystal Maze Outdoor Activity Venue’ in Kilmainhamwood. The children got involved in several physical, mental, skill and water-based challenges, based around Ireland’s largest hedge maze. The day was enjoyed by all and everyone arrived home in great form after their fun filled day of activities.
On Thursday 25th October 2018 (Day of Our Halloween Holidays), all our children got the chance to dress up for Temple Street Children’s Hospital and take part in various Halloween Themed activities! Have a peek below to see what they got up to. As always, well done to our Active Leaders who supervised and organised our stations!
Every Thursday as part of our children’s homework, each child completes an active activity! This is a great way of allowing children to have some fun, while improving their physical health! It is also an effective method of giving them a short ‘brain break’ from their studies.
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