Coffee Morning – March 21st

We are hosting our next Coffee morning on

Wednesday the 21st of March at 9:30am in Mountmellick Community School.

Join us for tea, coffee and a chat.

Josephine Rigney will be joining us to give a short talk on ‘Understanding Self Harm Behaviour’.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Up Coming Courses for Parents

Contact Karen on 0867037082 or hscl@stjosephsgns.ie if you are interested in any of the courses below.

Meditation, Mindfulness and Focusing:

Monday mornings 10am, beginning 19th of February, in Mountmellick Community School. Derek McDonnell will take us through a four week journey of developing skills of meditation, mindfulness and focusing.

 

 

Art Classes

Tuesdays at 1pm, beginning 20th of February in Mountmellick Community School. A five week course including Clay Modelling, Landscape Painting and Creative Fabric Collage.

 

Circuit Training is to continue due to popular demand. Enda will be back after the mid term break for another 5 week session. Thursdays at 9.15am, Mountmellick Community School Sports Complex. Restarting 22nd of February.

 

We are delighted to have Louise back to continue Zumba after the midterm. Restarting again on 23rd of February at 10am in the Sports Complex.

Breakfast Morning!

We are hosting a Breakfast morning on

Monday the 5th of February at 9:30am in Mountmellick Community School.

Join us for a healthy breakfast, tea, coffee and a chat.

Sergeant Justine Reilly will be joining us to give a short talk on ‘Keeping your child safe online’.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Operation Transformation 2018 – For Parents

We are walking tomorrow and every Tuesday for the next 5 weeks. Departing from outside the primary schools at 9.30am. Walks will cater for all levels so go at your own pace.

Options to weigh ins  in the HSCL room at 9.15 am before the walk, for some extra motivation for anyone who is interested.

Christmas Pageant 2017

Our Christmas Pageant was a great success again this year. The girls gave a wonderful performance and it was great to see so many people there. Thanks to all for making it such a pleasant experience and to all who helped out. Thanks to one of our grandparents for the wonderful photographs below.