Once again Tramore library will be running their “Summer Stars” reading programme.
Summer Stars is a free programme, open to all children. Each child who registers for the programme at Tramore library can join in the fun of reading lots of exciting books during the summer. Children will receive their own Summer Stars Reading Card to record their progress and the Summer Stars Reward Stamp will be added to their card at the library for each book read. Fun rewards will be provided along the way. At the end of the programme, all children who have participated will receive an award.
The official launch of the programme will take place in Tramore library on June 30th. All are welcome to attend.
Today we held our final school assembly for this year in the school hall. All classes attended and there were lots of awards handed out. These included awards for School Spirit, handwriting, full attendance and Green Schools participation. Our 10th Discover Primary Science and Maths award was also presented to the school.
There were also lots and lots of medals handed out! These were given to our pupils for participation in debating, soccer, football, camogie, hurling and swimming.
Here are some pictures of the 4th class tour. They had a great day in Lismore.
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Well done to this rising star who represented our school recently in the Waterford Primary Game. She was selected to play at half time of the Munster Football Championship when Waterford took on Cork in Fraher Field, Dungarvan. Well done. We are very proud of you. Hopefully this will be the first of many days in the Waterford jersey.
Congratulations to all involved in the Book Sale which raised more than €560 today. All money raised has been donated to Solas Cancer Support Centre in conjunction with their Film for Life event on Saturday July 24 in WIT arena.
Thanks to all parents and pupils for book donations. Happy reading.
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The children in senior infants, room 8 had a lovely day today. They invited their favourite teddies to school and brought them outside for a picnic. The teddies were very well behaved and had lots of fun!
Our 5th and 6th class pupils were part of a large contingent of cyclists who took to the roads this morning to campaign for designated cycle lanes to be added to the ring road in Tramore.
Have a look at this link to find out more: Safe Cycling News Report
Today it was the turn of the children from 3rd to 6th classes to participate in our annual school sports. A great day was had by all!
Congratulations to the pupils who received their handwriting awards and “Spirit of Holy Cross” awards at a recent assembly.