Traditional music is both promoted and practiced regularly in our school. We have many very talented musicians among our school community. We also have a very high proportion of children who play a wide variety of musical instruments, including the fiddle, banjo, accordion, tin whistle, flute, guitar, concertina, drums and many more. We part take in many parish and diocesan events such as parish sacraments as well as concerts in UL, Ennis and around the county. Our pupils are encouraged to practice for solo and group playing by our teachers Mrs Crimmins and Ms O’Sullivan.

Seinn Concert at Ennis Cathedral in April 2016

Festive Artwork 2015

December was an exceptionally busy month preparing for Christmas and the arrival of Santa Claus on the 25th. Here are some photos of the various pieces of Art & Craft activities that were completed by our very talented pupils. A special word of thanks to Ms MacLean for the the amazing window drawings which were painted by the children  

Community Games Winners

In the Sixmilebridge Community Games handwriting competition, Emma Crowe won first place  in the Girls U10 and Rachael Baird won Highly Commended. The second photo shows our U-8 winners, Damien Lyne (3rd), Heather Henchy (2nd), Laura Mae Hannon (2nd), Diarmid Crowe in the Art competition. The last photo includes Keenan Keyes & Julie Fitzgerald who finished 3rd in model making, Jane who finished 2nd. Gemma Hannon & Patrick Hannon both won 1st place in the U-10 Art category! Well done all, you have done your school and families proud!

The photo on the left shows our winners in U-12 category including Eryn O’Leary (1st)  Mary-Kate Fitzgerald (2nd) Maedhbh O’Flanagan (3rd) and Brian Morrissey (1st) & Seamus Quinn in model making.
In the U-14 competition of model making, Róisín O’Flanagan  & Conor Meehan finished in 1st place respectively while Hannah Fitzgerald finished 2nd. In the Art competition, Nell Patrick won 1st place with Lisa Quinn in  2nd! Alex Ellison also proudly displays her medal for U-14 Art in Sixmilebridge as well as her silver medal in the Féile for Speech & Drama. Super achievements by all. Well done again and the best of luck in the county finals! 

Community Games Handwriting Winners

Community Games Handwriting Winners

Super handwriting skills were rewarded to Aaron, Michael, Méabh, Cathal & Conor at the recent Newmarket-on-Fergus Community Games competition. Well done to you all!

Community Games - Model Making Competition

In the next few weeks, the community games will run a competition for model making. Below are some photos of models made by pupils of Clonmoney NS last year. Each model should be themed to the Community Games-  a list of the very wide range of activities is on the Community Games website. Hurling, football, swimming, cycling and ‘variety’ figure regularly in model making.
The models are usually made of plasticine or playdough.
 Hint: A small cocktail stick can help to hold on arms or legs on and some people even bring hotwater bottles to keep their plasticine soft, or a garlic press to make hair! 

The Newmarket on Fergus model making competition is for U10, U12, & U14. Collection from schools is Tuesday 20th January.Exhibit must have the Community Games theme and include name, age, date of birth and address. €2 per entry.
The Sixmilebridge local competition will be held on Wednesday 21st 6-8pm. The children need to bring their own materials along with a board or base for the model – e.g. a cutting board or piece of wood.

Juniors - First Classes Christmas Nativity Plays

Senior classes Christmas Nativity 2014!

Halloween Images

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