Many thanks to everybody for the overwhelming support for our Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Day in school last Friday. To the pupils (and their hard working mums!) who baked their hearts out with amazing cakes and buns, to the pupils and staff who brought in donations, to Village Garden florists for the beautiful flowers, to the parents who helped take photos, set up, supervise and clean up in the.
We will be holding a coffee morning and bake sale in school next Friday 24th March, in aid of the Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Day Appeal. Parents are invited to call in for coffee, cake and craic after the 9am drop off, or later as the coffee morning will go on until midday. For the pupils we will have a bake sale and pupils are invited to bring in one.
Friday March 11th marked National Daffodil Day in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. We had an extra special reason this year to hold an event as one of our 2nd Class pupils has just returned to school following treatment for Cancer. Every child in the school was invited to wear something yellow and they all got to bed-down a daffodil bulb ready for planting in the Autumn. There was.