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SANTA’S VISIT

We finished December with a visit from the very jolly fellow dressed in red. Santa arrived, sleigh and all, and every child got an opportunity to meet him and receive a present.

Santa Arrives!!! We all went out to Welcome him

Meeting Santa!

Christmas Carol Service and Disco

Our students enjoyed participating in a lovely Christmas Concert, which they had been practicing for over several weeks. and it was lovely to see so many families able to attend. Our Amber Flag committee were also busy organising a Christmas disco for everyone to finish off.

Christmas Concert

Christmas Disco

Happy Retirement to Marian Flanagan

Marian was a long serving and respected member of St Anne’s community who was dedicated and committed to teaching our students and advocating for our school throughout her many years here. We would like to acknowledge Marion’s support, loyalty and professionalism and wish her a healthy, happy and productive retirement.

A sad farewell to Joe Delaney our wonderful woodwork teacher

We would like to congratulate Joe on his new job, and wish him luck in the future. Unfortunately, we will feel his loss, as Joe has been an integral part of our school community, coming up with fabulous projects for the students, even through on-line Covid teaching, and making woodwork techniques and tools accessible to each and every student in the senior classes. 

Joe, you are a ‘class’ act!!

 

October and Halloween

What a busy month!! More Autumn activities, but also a very important event for the town of Roscrea. They played in the County Intermediate Cup, so we made a banner to support them….and they won!!

We had lots of fun activities for Halloween with dressup, a disco, and a visit from the Roscrea Hurlers to show us the Seamus O’Riain Cup. We were very excited!!!!

 

 

Dizzy Deliveries: The first kids TV show with Lámh Signs! 

We were excited to watch this new show to help us learn about our LAMH signs. The Junior classes all met in the GP room to watch the very first show and practice our signs with each other. Now we meet every Wednesday to watch this series all together.

September and Autumn

Loads of activities from Autumn scavenger hunts, woodwork, music therapy and enjoying the school grounds while the weather was good.

Introducing the members of our School Council for 2022-2023

Looking forward to a busy year ahead!

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