Blue Star Flag
On Monday 18th June, 2018, Helen McEntee, TD, came to our school to raise our Blue Star Flag. Our school earned the flag through the participation and hard work of a group of 23 boys, with the help of Mrs. O' Connor, Ms. O' Reilly and Ms. Duggan.
The boys studied and completed projects on
the foundation and development of the EU
the cultural and linguistic diversity of Europe
the role of the EU: what it does and how its work affects the lives of European citizens.
Getting Ready to Support Our Team
Ms. Briody's boys made headbands from wool, Mrs. Carey's made banners and Mrs. Newman's made headbands from cardboard. We hope as many of you as possible can make it to the game tomorrow. It's on at 2 p.m. in Trim GAA Club.
We're in the Final!
Congratulations to our football team for getting to the County Final. Please come and support the team on the 9th June in Trim GAA Club at 2 p.m. The boys, along with Mr. Hannify and Mr. Bird have put a huge effort into reaching the final. Best of luck boys.
St Colmcille's Sports Day
Great fun was had by all in the sun.
Fun with Fruit
1st and 2nd class made fruit kebabs, fruit smoothies and some brown bread. It was all very delicious.
We held our annual Fun Run on 4th May. Thank you to all who donated and a big thanks to the parents who volunteered on the day. Well done to the boys for completed their 1 km run.
Well done to the cross country team. We had many medal winners on the day and the 5th Class team won their team event. Thanks to Mrs. Corcoran and Mrs. Morgan for taking the team.
Community Games Art
Well done to the local winners of the Community Games Art Competition. They will go on to the regional finals in Dunshaughlin on 10th March.
Our Christmas Market was a fantastic success this year. Thank you to all you supported us and thank you to all who gave us such amazing help on the night!
Both our U-11s and U-13s took part in the annual cross country competition in Bellewstown. They both did incredibly well.
Well done to both teams and thanks to Mrs. Corcoran for training the boys.
Victory for Kells!
Our mini-7's GAA team won the Meath Championship on Tuesday 14th November. It was the first time the school have won this competition. Well done to all the boys on the team and to Mr. Bird for his hard work and coaching.
On 3rd November Henry Shefflin visited the school to speak to the boys. He gave them some great advice and told them to never give up. It was a pleasure to have him in the school.
Halloween Fancy Dress
The boys had a non-uniform day on the 27th of October. They each brought in €2 to raise funds for the school. Thank you to all who sent in money!
Back to School
To all returning students we would like to wish you all a very big welcome back and to all new students; welcome to St. Colmcille's.