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Welcome back to all our pupils in Scoil Maelruain Senior. An especially warm welcome to our new 3rd classes and all our new pupils. Wishing you a happy and productive year ahead.

Board of Management Annual Report 2017

Board of Management :

Chairperson: Mr. Frank Moran

Patron’s Rep: Ms. Martina Comerford

Secretary: Ms. Caitriona Hogan

Teacher Rep:  Ms. Margaret Murphy

Parent Reps: Mr. Declan Kenny and Ms. Louise Kavanagh

Community Reps: Ms. Mairead Cullivan and Mr. Tom Conway

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Calendar 2017 – 2018

August

School opens on Thursday August 31st 2017 at 9.05 am

October Mid-Term Break:

School closed from Monday 30th October to Friday November 3rd inclusive.

Christmas 2017:

School closes Friday December 22nd at 12.00 and opens Monday January 8th

February:

School is closed on Thursday February 15th and Friday February 16th.

March:

School is closed on Monday March 19th.

Easter 2018:

School closes on Friday March 23rd at 12.00 and opens on Monday April 9th.

May:

School is closed Monday 7th May to Friday 11th May inclusive.

June:

School is closed Monday June 4th.

Summer holidays: School closes on Friday 29th June at 12.00

  • If a pupil is absent for twenty or more days , it is mandatory for school to report it to the National Education Welfare Board.

Data Protection Policy

SCOIL MAELRUAIN SENIOR

DATA PROTECTION POLICY

INTRODUCTION:

This policy was formulated by the Staff and Board of Management of Scoil Maelruain Senior School. The purpose of this policy is to identify the records required to be retained by the school and to ensure confidentiality and manageable procedures in relation to access to such records by parents and stakeholders.

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Active Week 2017

Active week 2017 took place from 12th – 16th June. It was a very busy week in our school. Children took part in lots of activities such as obstacle courses, morning badminton club, morning dance parties, yoga, skipping and hula hoop playground games, breakfast basketball, laps of honor,and poc fáda competitions.

During Active Week 2017, our senior boys hurling team represented our school in the Cumann na mBunscol finals. It was a fantastic day as our boys won!

Our school basketball team also represented our school during Active Week in the National Basketball Arena. Over two days, our boys team came second in their competition and our mixed and girls teams played some fantastic matches.

Sports Day was a great success on Thursday 15th and everybody had a very active but enjoyable day.

Well done to all of our boys and girls for helping to keep Scoil Maelruain Senior as active as possible

Operation Transformation 2017

This month, we have been taking part in RTE’s Operation Transformation 2017 by getting active for 10 minutes a day. Each class has taken part in different types of  exercise such as cycling, running, badminton and dancing.

At 10am on the 10th February, we will exercise for 10 minutes with our class. This will be happening in schools all around the country at the exact  same time.

Have a look at our 3rd and 4th classes dancing to the Cha Cha Slide.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBl7iJj5Jho

Visit of Sam Maguire Nov 2016

Today we had a very special visit from Sam Maguire brought to the school by Colm Basquel & Ciaran Farrelly

Tallaght Credit Union Art Competition

Congratulations to Zara Flood  - Mr. de Paor’s 3rd class who won a prize at the recent art competition run by Tallaght Credit Union

Croke Park 2016

History was made when Scoil Maelruain won the double in Croke Park on October 26th. While Scoil Maelruain has enjoyed some successes in the past in Croke Park never before have the boys and girls won on the same day. This memorable day started with the girls recording a thrilling 2 – 7 to 0 -9 victory over Mount Anville and retaining the Sciath Chomhar Linn. Every member put in a sterling performance on the day. As the girls rejoiced the boys lined out to play Scoil Mobhi. The pressure was on. At half time the boys led by one point only thanks in no small measure to a brilliant goal by Callum O’Brien who sustained an injury shortly afterwards. The second half was very tight. However the determination shown by all the Maelruain boys was incredible and they pulled away in the last few minutes to win the Corn Chumann na nGael with a final score of 1 – 10 to 9 points. There were jubilant scenes amongst all the players, teachers and supporters when the final whistle blew. There was more history in the making as the two captains Aimee Collins and Fionn Lynch are first cousins. They led the sing song back in the school. Scoil Maelruain Abu.

Halloween 2016