You are very welcome to our School Website. Céad Míle Fáilte go dtí Láithreán Scoil Naomh Mhuire, Baile Ghearóid, Guaire, Contae Loch Garman. Our website has general information on the school for all and we hope you enjoy our regular news items. Feature items will appear on our home page but be sure to visit our news page or follow us on twitter for further reports from all our classes. Ní neart go chur le… Read More
Please see below a copy of our CSS Review Notification. Le meas Board of Management CSS Review Notification 2019
We are delighted to be taking part in Laya Healthcare’s Super Trooper programme to promote fun, family friendly activities to keep us active in 2019. Each student has received a Health Homework Journal to record their activities. Within these journals also are activity suggestions, games, recipes, mindfulness and challenges for all the family to get involved in. We look forward to tracking our progress over the coming months.
5th class have been learning about the vikings. Everyone has been doing their own projects on paper or presented on a USB. We’ve learned lots about their customs, how they ate and their language. The class worked together to make a Viking shields and a giant viking longship collage in our art. By Kaiyah
Congratulations to our Boys Rackard League Football panel on winning the Gorey District this year. It has been eight years since Ballygarrett/Riverchapel last captured the trophy. Our panel of 32 players have trained very hard and applied themselves excellently to training, games and competitions from the beginning. In ahighly entertaining final, we defeated Kilrush on a scoreline of 3-6 to 2-4 on October 17th in Naomh Éanna. A repeat of last years’… Read More
It’s that spooky time of the year again. Well done to all our teachers and pupils who made a huge effort in dressing up for Halloween. The school was a very scary place this morning. Wishing all our families a Happy Halloween. Click on the slideshow for some more scary scenes.
We held our annual Sports Day on Wednesday, June 13th this year. Thankfully, the weather remained dry and we were able to have a fun filled day full of activity and smiles. Thank you to all our staff for facilitating the different events throughout the day. The arrival of Mr Mac (the ice cream man) was cheered by the pupils and thank you to the Parents’ Association for organising this treat for… Read More
Grandparents’ Day took place this year on May 4th. We love to celebrate this special day here in the school with all those grandparents who can attend from near and far. Thankfully, the weather was fine and all our guests could sample the daily life of our school. Our school was a hive of activity during the morning and all our pupils were delighted to display their work and talents. Grandparents’ visited… Read More
On Friday 4th May there were great celebrations when our school invited family, friends and guests to join us in raising the Active School Flag. On the day we showcased one of our ‘Fit for 5’ routines, with all students and staff getting involved. Next, the Active School Committee and Ms. Murphy spoke about the process from beginning the programme to receiving our flag. We then asked our invited guests Jimmy Crowe… Read More
On Friday, April 20th fifth and sixth class visited Wexford County Council and Wexford Arts Centre as part of ‘The Living Arts Project’ with John Busher. The classes had worked with John over the course of the year and the pieces that were made are currently displayed in the Arts Centre along with other schools’ projects from around the county. The day began in Wexford County Council where there is an art… Read More
2nd class have been busy constructing houses and homes from recyclable materials in Art over the last few weeks. We began this project to tie into our oral language theme. First, we had to draw up plans for our houses. Next, we gathered materials and began the first process of sticking these materials together and covering with masking tape. After that, we painted the houses before finally, adding the finishing touches to… Read More