St Dympna’s School Parent’s Association held it’s annual Christmas draw on Friday 18th December in the school, adhering Covid 19 restrictions. Seller’s prizes: Junior Infants – Lauren Higgins Senior Infants – Liam McCarville 1st Class – Iris Connolly 2nd Class – Conor Brady 3rd Class – Mark Treanor 4th Class – Billy Kiernan 5th Class […]
St Dympna’s School Tydavnet is hosting it’s annual Christmas raffle with great prizes in the school on Friday 18th December. Due to Covid restrictions the raffle will be in the presence of the students, teachers, and one representative of the Parents Association. Top prize is “Creamey” the calf…. or €200. 2nd prize Samsung Tablet A7 […]
Results of last Sunday’s draw: numbers drawn 1, 15, 20, 23, no jackpot winner. Seller’s prize Jamie Sherlock. Lucky dips: Ann Meehan, Mullinahinchago; Gearoid MacThaidhg, Iterera; Mairead Mohan, Derilla; Eilish Eanneatta, Mullinahinchago; Claire and Kate McCrudden, Tydavnet; Peadar Mullen, Riverside; Emer McGovern, Iterera; Seamus McKenna, Derryhee, Emyvale. Next week’s free entry Ailbhe McKenna, Sheetrim. Thanks for your support. Next […]
Results of last Sunday’s draw: Numbers drawn 7, 15, 16, 17, no jackpot winner. Seller’s prize Margaret McCague, Itereera; lucky dips: Sara Mullen; Susan O’Lamhna, Telayden; Margaret Grant, Mullinahinchago; Kieran Carey, Derrycrusson; Martina Sherry, Knocknageehan; Kate McKenna, Carrowhatta; Caoimhe Connolly, Roslea; Sarah Sherry, Mullaghmore North. Special draw winner, Owen McKenna, Barratitoppy. School winners: Saorlaith Groarke […]
As we approach the new school term at St Dympna’s Tydavnet, we are delighted to announce that new gates have been put up on the school car park entrance. We would like to say a massive “thank you” to Laura and Keenan Stainless Steel for their hard work and this wonderful donation to our school […]
St Dympna’s National School, Tydavnet recently installed a Solar PV and Battery system. The installation was carried out by local solar energies company GoSolar.ie., a local company from Tonyclea, Tydavnet. The panels are the 400watt Canadian solar Photovoltaic type. This installation enables the school to generate and store their own energy supply directly from the […]
There was great excitement on Friday 19th June when the sixth class pupils from St Dympna’s celebrated their graduation. The event was in a number of stages, and during the day there were messages from Josh Moffett, Rory Beggan, Grainne McElwain, Conor McCarthy, Darren and Kieran Hughes, the McAnespie girls, a representative from global phenomen brand […]
Here is some of the beautiful work the children have created over the last month. They have been working on textiles, clay, painting and prints amongst others.
Our wonderful wormery is working away to turn our waste into compost. Aren’t they lovely!
On the last day before Mid Term the children and the staff dressed up for Halloween. It was great fun, well done everyone. Enjoy the holidays!
This month in Dympna’s Diary she is bringing you some photos of the children learning to play traditional instruments with Marina Mohan. They are a talented bunch!
All the children who missed one day, two days, three days or had perfect attendance last year received a certificate from Miss Connolly at our first assembly this year. Congratulations everyone!
Junior Infants, Senior Infants and First Class went to Sam Moore’s Open Farm for their end of year tour. They got a tour of the farm and they got to meet lots of different animals, they learned about where they live and what they eat. Anyone who was brave enough was even allowed to hold […]
Have a look at some of our most recent creations. We made patterns in paint mixed with sugar, we made clay mythical creatures, we constructed towns, vehicles and animals, we continued pictures with paint, we made flower collages, we decorated a May altar, we made Father’s day cards, we made paper fairies and butterflies, we […]
My First Holy Communion was on Saturday, the 17th of May. It was a sunny day. I read the First Reading and some other prayers. We sang songs as well. It was a good mass. We went to the Community Centre afterwards. We had dinner at home. It was nice. We had a bouncy castle. […]