Admission by ticket only. FREE Tickets from Mr Molloy
Due to wet conditions and poor weather forecast, today’s Sports Day has been postponed to next Wednesday 20/06/12 weather permitting.
Due to the bad weather forecast for tomorrow, the St. Attracta’s Senior School Sports Day has been postponed. The rescheduled date will be posted on the website in due course. Hopefully the coming weeks will bring the good weather we’re hoping for!
The Food Dudes are in St. Attracta’s at the moment to encourage all the children to eat more fruit and vegetables as part of a healthy, balanced diet.
Over the past few weeks, pupils have been trying out fruit and veg such as peppers, tomatoes, bananas and raisins, with the chance to win a different prize every day!
Click on the blue underlined link to view or download the November Reminders document
Why not come along for a cuppa and a chat after morning school drop off on FRIDAY 1st at DLR Leisure Service, Meadowbrook.
St Attracta’s Junior & Senior Schools Parents Association 2011
Our rescheduled Carol Service took place at 1.15p.m. on Tuesday and thank you to everybody who made it so memorable.
We look forward to seeing many of our children at the Christmas Eve Mass for Children. The children’s choir will be singing carols from 6.00 – 6.30p.m and Mass then starts at 6.30p.m. Keep the true meaning of Christmas in your hearts by joining us at this special Mass.
Go raibh míle maith agaibh Ms. Neville and Ms. Roycroft for all your work with the Children’s Choir and to Ms. Rafter who will be helping the readers on the evening.
Remember boys and girls – early to bed on Christmas Eve as we look forward to a visit from you know who! Don’t forget to leave out a little something for Santa and of course a carrot for Rudolf and the other reindeer on these cold winter’s nights!
Wishing you all the joy and peace of the baby Jesus this Christmas season and safe journey to all those who are travelling.
Guimid sonas na Nollag oraibh go léir agus síocháin i gcóir na hathbhliana.
Happy Christmas to all and a peaceful 2011.
Iníon Uí Mháirtín