A grading took place on Sunday.
Well done to all.
Well done to the dancers who took first prize in this year’s St. Patrick’s Day parade.
March 12, 2018
February 26, 2018 – Another busy weekend!
January 29, 2018
Congratulations to the pupils who participated in sporting activities this weekend.
Clare indoor athletics championships
On Sunday the 28th January 2018, clubs from all around Clare went to Nenagh Olympic Indoor track to compete in all sorts of races. From Kilmurry N.S Louise O’Mahony, Óisín O’Grady, Robert and Grace Stafford competed.
The competition was very high but we did an amazing job and came out victorious. Everyone was allowed to compete in four different events. Louise came 3rd in the long jump, 3rd in the 60m hurdles and 2nd in the 800m. Robert came 3rd in the 60m sprint. Grace was 5th in the 60m sprint and the 600m. Óisin came 4th in the sprint and the walk.
By the time we got home we had been out for more than 7 hours and we were very tired. It was a successful trip and we hope to keep winning medals throughout the year.
By Louise and Robert.
2017 was the year for Sixmilebridge to win the Tommy Burchelle Perpetual Cup. We beat Ferrybank of Waterford in the final battle for the cup. It was a tough game. We were losing by two points and we came back with a goal by the mighty Mark Mullins. All of a sudden we heard the final whistle and Sixmilebridge had done it again! We were all delighted in the middle of the pitch jumping around with joy and Peter Gilligan ahh well he was like a headless chicken running around the place with no boots on! ======================================================================================
Well done to Louise, a Munster Champion cross country runner and to the hurlers!
On Wednesday the 13th of December 2017 we did a Hip Hop Show. It was so much fun. We danced to Timber, Boomerang and Black magic. We sang How far I’ll go and Flashlight. Katie’s favourite dance was Timber and Caoimhe’s favourite was Black magic. Everybody clapped at the end.
By Katie and Caoimhe
This year 2017 Mark and Oisín discovered the Makey Makey. We can play lots of different games, Including piano, bongos, banana keyboard, tetris and lots more. First we started on piano and bongo’s. We then needed a USB chord and some alligator clips. We plugged the USB chord into the computer. We then put the alligator clips onto Earth on the Makey Makey . This is the start of computer programming. You will love the Makey Makey because it is fun and educational. There are keys on the board for controlling the games.
By Mark and Oisín.
Here are some photos of pupils who have achieved success in karate, cross country running and horse riding.
Well done to each pupil. Continue to enjoy your chosen activities.