Last Week of Term 2. We wish you all a happy Easter.

It was a busy week. Our hurlers and soccer players played in two Blitzes. They won some, lost some and drew some. Well done! Chicks hatched in First Class. Easter art and crafts filled our walls and tables. Fathers Dan, Piotr and Seamus attended to our Sacrament of Reconciliation ceremony.The Basketball WARRIORS paid us a visit, causing wild cheers in the yard. Finally, CRAZY HAIR DAY arrived. Click ‘Read more’ to see pics.

Some of our Junior Infants.

Senior Infants.

Teachers joined in too (any excuse!).

Mr Paul didn’t win any prizes. I wonder why?


We gave Omniplex vouchers, AquaDome vouchers and lots of Easter eggs as prizes.

These three won the ‘Best Crazy Hair Family’ prize. Wonderful nests on their heads….

This creation is a great way of drying clothes. Can you see clothes pegs?

Winners from Sixth Class.

Winners from Second Class. Eat my hat!

Buaiteoirí as Rang a hAon.

Rapunzel’s plait had unraveled by the time she was given her prince, oops, sorry. I mean her PRIZE!

A very proud and colourful winner!

Buaiteoirí as Rang a Trí.

Rang a Sé ag gáire agus ag déanamh spraoi, mar is gnáth.

Agus féach ar na múinteoirí ag lorg duais freisin!

Bhuaigh Ms Claire ubh Chásca!

Mr Liam received his egg because he brought REAL eggs, that hatched, into our school.

Garvey’s Tralee Basketball WARRIORS received a great welcome on Wednesday.

Can you see Kieran Donaghy in the crowd?

They told us ‘to always love your team mates, to stick together and play FOR each other’.

Ms Mary steals away unnoticed, with the Cup!

Three proud Tralee sisters🏀

Soccer: Mini -7’s. Wearing their new jerseys with pride.

On Wednesday our hurlers played against four local schools. (Those jerseys are getting out alot!).

Rang a Trí colured beautiful designs on their Easter eggs

Rang a Ceathair needed more space for their art work.

Sixth Class are a bit ‘cracked’.

They have far too much ‘free range’.

These chicks made in Third Class are really cute. I believe they have all gone to good loving homes!

And all our real chicks have gone to a good loving farm.

— Mary C