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Sacraments

Sacramental News

First Holy Communion

Comhghairdeas to our 2nd class girls who received their First Holy Communion on Saturday 10th May in St. Gabriel’s Church and St. John’s Church.  A special buíochas mór to Fr. Martin and to our 4th class choir who sang in St. John’s Church, conducted by  Ms. Finn.  Thanks also to  Mrs. MacNamee and Mrs. Daly for their  preparation of the choir. Buíochas to Ms. Aoife Foxe who was the organist. It was a very moving special occasion for the girls and their families. Buíochas to Fr. Pat McManus, St. Gabriel’s Church and Fr. Larry White, St. Anthony’s Church.  The Parents’ Association provided tea/coffee and drinks for the girls and their families in the School Hall after the ceremony – hope you enjoyed the cuppa! J

Confirmation

On Thursday 22nd May the 6th class girls will receive their Confirmation.  The 5th classes, who form the choir,  are very busy practicising for the service under the guidance of Mrs. Murray, helped by the 5th class teachers Mrs. Joy, Ms. O’Connell and Ms. Brodie. Mrs. Murray is also very busy rehearsing with our Instrumental Group – Sophie Armstrong, Fiona Baragry,  Billie Baumeister, Caoimhe Duffy, Elizabeth Gahan and Clodagh Ting.

Sport Please note our  flag has gone for repair but don’t forget to STAY ACTIVE!

Cricket:  Clontarf Cricket Club are providing coaching for our 5th classes during the month of May and for 4th classes during the month of June.

Tennis: The girls in 3rd – 6th are participating in tennis which will be part funded by the Parents’ Association.  Our 6th class tennis team are now through to the semi-final – the date for the match has to be confirmed. GO BELGROVE!

Basketball: Hard luck to our 6th class basketball team, who despite their best efforts were beaten in the final by St. Oliver Plunkett’s School, Malahide. A chailíní, táimid an-bhrodúil asaibh!

Cumann na mBunscol Athletics: Our school will be represented at the athletics on Friday 6th June in Santry.  4th, 5th and 6th class girls have been training early on Wednesday and Thursday mornings for this. Trials will be held this week for the girls who have participated in the training. 

GAA: Buíochas mór to Stephan Behan of Clontarf GAA who has provided coaching to the girls in the school over the past year.  Well done on the club’s attempt to break the world record for the biggest GAA training session on Bank Holiday Monday May 5th!  There was a fantastic turn out –a huge success!

Green Flag Award Ceremony

We are delighted to announce that Belgrove Senior Girls’ School has been awarded its Water Flag! Maith sibh a chailíní! The girls worked very hard on the water programme over the last two years and their efforts have really paid off. The ceremony will take place on the 22nd May in the Helix, and representatives from Belgrove will be in attendance. We are very proud of our committee and of all the girls, hopefully we will be just as successful with our next flag!  Bí glas!  Green School Committee.

Help needed!

We are looking for parental help to cover our newly purchased library books.  Please contact your daughter’s class teacher.  Míle buíochas.

Belgrove Senior Boys School Fundraiser

“Who wants to be a Thousandaire Show” in Clontarf Castle, Thursday 15th May 8p.m.  Tickets available from the Boys’ School Office  €15.  8331852   PLEASE SUPPORT

Le gach dea ghuí,                                     

 

Anne McCarthy,  Príomhoide

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