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Sunday, 26 June 2016
Saturday, 25 June 2016
Tuesday, 21 June 2016
The Harty Cup, Dean Ryan Cup and Rice Cup were among the prestigious hurling trophies won by Ardscoil Rís in 2015/16. We were delighted to see so many of our past pupils involved in Ardscoil's wonderful successes!
Tuesday, 14 June 2016
Monday, 13 June 2016
Patrickswell National School
“Sponsored Fun Walk”
@ Patrickswell GAA Hurling Pitch
Friday 17th June 2016
All Kids will participate in age appropriate distances on the day.
€25 Smyths Voucher will be raffled for all sponsorship cards returned
Child’s name: __________________ Class: _______________
Sponsorship details (please return money with card on or before Fri 17th June)
Name Amount €
1. ____________________________________ _________________
2. ____________________________________ _________________
3. ____________________________________ _________________
4. ____________________________________ _________________
5. ____________________________________ _________________
Rrefreshments sponsored by John McDermott, McDermott's Gala, Patrickswell
Saturday, 11 June 2016
Sam, the City Mayor's Cup team vice captain, receives his 2016 Mayor's Cup winner's medal from Deputy City & County Mayor, Gerald Mitchell. In the Mayor's Cup final, Sam's team defeated Milford NS (who defeated Patrickswell NS in the Olo Cup final recently) at the Gaelic Grounds. Sam played very well in the final. A point he scored from an acute angle,while on the run down the left wing, was arguably the score of the day.
St. Patrick's F.C., the local soccer club, had a very successful year. Some club members visited the school this week. It proved to be a hugely popular visit with the pupils who were delighted to see some of the trophies St. Pat's won during the year ... and becuase the visitors brought goodies for everybody in the audience!
Link to St. Patrick's FC's visit to Patrickswell Community Playschool (June 2016):
6th Class pupils learned the basics of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and First Aid this year. Jim Hartnett was their instructor. We are very grateful to Jim for sharing his expertise with our pupils, once again this year. He is an excellent instructor with a passion for making people of all ages aware of the importance of knowing how to perform CPR, how to use a defibrillator properly and what to do in a medical emergency. Chairperson of the Board of Management, PJ O Grady (an experienced paramedic, himself) was on hand to present course completion certificates to the pupils.