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Yesterday was a very proud day for our School. It was a day where we celebrated our History through music, song, verse & prayer with our school community, families & friends. It was Proclamation Day where we read out our own School Proclamation and raised our National Flag. A Big thank you to all our families & friends who shared this celebration with us.
Below are a selection of photos from the day!
Mrs Finnegan was Master of Ceremonies.
2nd & 3rd Class performing The Mother by Padraig Pearse
Mrs Boyce's Class telling the story of The Easter Rising.
Mrs O' Connor's Class reciting I See His Blood Upon the Rose.
3rd Class singing Grace
Raising the Flag
We love cake in St Colman's!
Cutting the cake
Well done to Mrs Stack's Class who joined the patients of Kanturk Hospital to celebrate Proclamation Day through music, song & verse.
Well done to all our 2nd , 3rd & 4th Class Artists. Their Artwork can be seen on shop windows around town.
A few of our pieces were Highly Commended :
Some of our Artwork that was Commended included :
March 2016 in St Colman's BNS
Dates to Remember
March 3rd Soccer Blitz 6th Class
March 3rd Ceremony of Light Mass - 5th & 6th - 7.30pm in the Church
March 8th - 15th School Book Fair
March 9th - Trip to Blackrock Observatory - 4th, 5th & 6th
March 10th - First Confession - 2nd Class - @7.30pm in the Church
March 15th - Proclamation Day @10.30am in the School
March 16th - Easter Holidays @12.30pm
Important Dates in our School Calendar
Mar 3rd Ceremony of Light 5th & 6th
Mar 10th First Confession -Note Change of Date
April 20th Confirmation
May 14th First Holy Communion
Do This In Memory Masses