Fáilte so dtí Scoil Mhuire, Maigh Cuilinn. Welcome to Scoil Mhuire Moycullen. You are most welcome! We are in the process of securing funding for our new school. Please support our fundraising events!
Congratulations to all the children in Scoil Mhuire who made their First Holy communion on Saturday!
We pray that they always feel the warmth and comfort of the Gods love with them everyday.
Thank you to everyone who helped in any way, however small, to make the occasion so special. Thanks to Fr. Michael for celebrating, to our altar servers and to Ms. Duggan and Mr. O’Neill for all their work in preparing the children to celebrate the sacrament.Thanks also to Loretta, our organist and to Ms. Brown and the children who sang in the choir. Thank you to the 3rd Class parents for organising a lovely party in the Halla Mór for the children who celebrated First Holy Communion last Saturday. Most importantly, congratulations to all who received the sacrament of Holy Communion last Saturday; you were a credit to your families, your school and your parish. Well done!
Comhghairdeas agus go raibh míle maith agaibh.
The class photos are in! Click here to see them!
Principal of Scoil Mhuire Terry Kavanagh and Paddy Byrne of our Board of Management met with our new Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh on Tuesday 18th December at Leinster House. The meeting was facilitated by Minister for the Irish Language, the Gaeltacht and the Islands Sean Kyne. The progress to date on the building of our New School was discussed. The meeting was extremely positive, with both ministers very well informed and aware of the need to provide our pupils and teachers with a new school as quickly as possible. We appreciate Minister McHugh taking the time to meet us and for engaging with the Department of Education and Skills’ Building Unit. We are very grateful to our own local minister, Sean Kyne for his help and for facilitating the meeting with Minister McHugh.
On Monday 17th December Ms O’Toole’s 5th Class visited the ancestral home of Ruaidhrí Ó Flaithearta, Moycullen Castle. Eugene Jordan of the Moycullen Historical Society spoke to the children about the history of the castle. Afterwards, a selection of children from the four schools in the parish gathered in our newest classroom, where the read excerpts from Moycullen Historical Society‘s book “ Ruaidhrí Ó Flaithearta – How Moycullen got its Name”. Pupils from all four schools had helped to illustrate the book. A film crew from RTE was there to record it all for RTE’s News2Day programme, which aired the following day and can be seen on the RTE player . Have a look!!
Congratulations and well done to Ms Grealish’s 4th Class, who were presented with the prize for the best Christmas Story by Galway Bay FM on Tuesday 18th December. Click on the link below to see them coming to the School! Also on Friday morning it will be on Galway Bay FM!