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Scoil Mhuire book lists 2020-2021

Below you will find the 2020-2021 book lists for all students. If you have any questions, please contact Ms Fahy mfahy First Year Book list 2020-2021.pdf Third Year Booklist 2020-2021.pdf Transition Year Book list 2020-2021.pdf Fifth Year Book list 2020-21.pdf Sixth Year Book list 2020-2021.pdf Second Year Booklist 2020-2021.pdf

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A tribute to Ms. Barry

Today we broken heartedly bade ‘God speed’ to a deeply loved wife, mother, sister and aunt, much loved colleague and highly respected teacher Ms Geraldine Barry. A huge void will forever be left in Scoil Mhuire. There is a vacuum of disbelief and a personal sense of emptiness we feel as a school community. We […]

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A tribute to Ms. Barry

As Ger’s colleague and friend for the last 24 years, it breaks my heart to see Ger depart her earthly journey today. To say we are shocked and saddened to lose our valued colleague so suddenly is an understatement. Ger epitomised the belief that “A good teacher is like a candle; it consumes itself to […]

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CHRISTMAS CAROL RECITAL

If you’re looking for a way to get yourself in the festive spirit and feel like recapturing some of the magic and wonder of the season take a trip to Ennistymon on Sunday December 1 at 8pm and enjoy the glittering event of the Scoil Mhuire Christmas Carol Recital in St. Michael’s Church Ennistymon. Ms […]

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John Paul II Awards

Four Scoil Mhuire students were presented with John Paul II Awards by Bishop Brendan Kelly last night in N. U. I. G. in recognition of their contribution to local parishes: 1. Sarah O’Reilly-Forsith, Lahinch was presented with a Papal Cross Award – the highest John Paul 11 Award. 2. Aoibhe Murphy (Gold Award) Ennistymon, 3. […]

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TUSLA EWS – Every School Day Counts

Every School Day Counts This November, Scoil Mhuire will be supporting TUSLA EWS national campaign – “Every School Day Counts”. The campaign highlights the importance of children attending school every day and will run during the month of November. It is hoped that the impact of this will permeate throughout the academic year.

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