October has been a very busy, fun month. From Maths week, to our Protractor song, to interesting creative writing workshops, to getting to grips with the counties of Ireland , without forgetting designing spooky puppets, Halloween dress up, making (and eating)...
The girls in 4th, 5th & 6th had a fantastic end to our first half term after lots of hard work! They went on their spooky Halloween Walk, enjoyed chocolate apples (kindly supplied by the Parent’s Association) and had a Halloween Quiz in the hall organised by...
We have had a great start to the new school year in 5th Class at St. Joseph’s Primary School! Camogie training has started and we are having lots of fun learning how to play chess. We also designed our very own Macroom history t-shirts, inspired by designer...
Our 5th & 6th Class girls have really enjoyed taking part in Sciath na Scol over the last two weeks. Unfortunately, we had two defeats against Ovens and Carrigaline but the girls played very well and did the school proud. It was brilliant to have the students from...
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