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Following the very successful project under the Sixth Class Entrepreneurial programme, a number of parents enquired about getting hoodies, not having ordered them originally.

The Sixth class project is now over, but you do have a chance to buy a hoodie as Ross McMullen, of Camden Clothing, has said that there is no problem in doing another run for anyone who wants one. The price remains the same, at €25, and this time any profit will go into school fundraising monies. 

Please note that any queries should be directed to Ciara Burns by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and not to the school or Camden Clothing.

Details are below. Please email Ciara with your name, the size hoodie you require, and the colour - grey or blue as before. 
Orders must be in by Monday 22 May.

Classic 80/20 kids hooded sweatshirt
Single Jersey back neck tape for comfort. Double fabric hood without drawcord, in line with European childrenswear legislation. Front pouch pocket. Washing Instructions
Machine wash 40°. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. 1 dot iron. Do not dry clean.

  • Double-fabric hood without drawcord
  • Waist and cuff in cotton/Lycra® rib
  • Front kangaroo pocket

Fabric: 80% Cotton, 20% Polyester

Weight: 280gsm
Size Description - 5/6 28" 7/8 30" 9/11 32" 12/13 34" 14/15 36"

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Dear Parents,

We remind you that all children who miss 20 days or more in the school year for whatever reason will be reported to Tusla. Very often, there will be good reasons for a child not being in school and these will be taken into account if they are explained to the school. Our school attendance system automatically informs parents when their child has missed 15 days. If every absence is genuine and explained, there is no need to worry even if you receive automated reminders. Please ensure that the class teacher is notified of each absence. Medical Certificates are only necessary for long term illnesses and frequently recurring illnesses.

Cathy Atkin

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'Who Wants to be a Thousandaire' thrilling game show in aid of Parish Funds, Clontarf Castle, 25 May, 8pm
Tickets €20 or in books of 4 for €60 available from Emma Finn, 086 100 3784 or Rachel Rossney (086) 822 5894. This promises to be a novel and fun evening and 9 lucky audience members will have the chance to win €1,000. Your support would be very much appreciated- why not get a few friends together and have a great night out for a good cause. 

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The Parents' Association would like to thank all those who supported the recent quiz night and raffle to raise funds for the school library.

To those who participated in the event we hope that you enjoyed it. The raffle generated great interest and enthusiasm. Thanks to all who bought tickets.

We would particularly like to record our appreciation for our sponsors on the evening, Andy Sargent, Bay Restaurant, Lemon Hair, Sillybilly Events, McMullen Massage, Kids Party Club, Stylish Guy, Kish Fish, CoCo Bo, Stonechat Jewellers, Hidden Dublin, Val Mogerly, Bank of Ireland, St. John the Baptist Parish, Star Tanning and the inaugural Chinese-language Film Festival Ireland, without whose support we could not have run the event.

We raised €1,794

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