A large number of Shoeboxes were assembled and collected for Ms. Sherlock’s Christmas Shoebox Appeal. Over 50 shoeboxes filled with lots of nice things were brought into the school. Ann Bradley will collect the boxes on Friday, and Alex Coleman, the Anglo Celt photographer will be there to take photographs. These ’Boxes of Love’, as […]
Child Safeguarding Statement St. Michael’s N.S. Cootehill is a primary school providing primary education to pupils from Junior Infants to Sixth Class In accordance with the requirements of the Children First Act 2015, Children First: National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children 2017, the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post Primary Schools […]
Nollag Shona Daoibh! There have been many events in the school since we returned in September, and below are just a flavour of some of them. The Retirement of Mrs. O’Reilly. In early October Mrs. O’Reilly retired from teaching having spent most of her career between Kill N.S. and St. Michael’s N.S. Mrs. O’Reilly joined […]
Well done to the boys’ football team who got through to the semi-final in the 3G pitch in Breffni Park. The boys beat Muff, Ballyhaise and Castletara to qualify. However they were up against a very strong team from Butlersbridge in the semi-final, and though they played extremely well, were beaten unfortunately in the semi-final. […]
5th Class Science Workshop As part of Science Week Abbotts factory offered to come into St. Michael’s one evening to offer workshops to the pupils of 5th class. Their parents and siblings were invited too. The workshops began at 6.30 p.m. and lasted approximately two hours. A wide variety of experiments were explored.
On Thursday, November 5th 6th class with their teacher Ms. Busby and helper Mrs. Wilkinson went on a science visit to Ballybay Wetlands Centre. There Ursula did many science experiments with them. First they went pond dipping where they saw newts and water beetles. Then they did some Dendrochronology, a scientific way of looking at […]