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Inappropriate messages and pictures may be distributed on phones and these can be disturbing to recipients. The classes are busy rehearsing and the children are looking forward to the big performance. This programme is now completed and Blaithin will return in September. Coaches from OMP, Parkvilla, Simonstown GAA, Aura Bodytrim, local Karate Clubs, Irish Dancing School, Meath Local Sports Partnership athletics, Zumba, Yoga Ireland and much more besides all participated.Children are not allowed have mobile phones in school. The Show is booking fast and some tickets are still available for tonight - €5.00 each. 6th Class Farewell: Our 6th class farewell will take place on Tuesday June 28th at am. Oliver’s Church at am for all 6 class pupils and their families. All 480 children took part in the “Walk a Mile with a smile” activity and it was certainly an arresting sight to see all the pupils resplendent in their hi-vis gear marching in the environs around the school.They help out with all the various activities of the school and I would encourage parents to attend the meetings if at all possible as it is also a great way of meeting other parents We greatly appreciate all the great work done by the Parents Association of St. We wish best of luck to our staff and parents who are taking part in the marathon next weekend . Simonstown Senior team are in the final again this year and we wish them the best of luck on Sunday 29. Over the past few years Margaret been Home School Liaison teacher and she has proved to be a fantastic link between the school and the parent population.These numbers should also be written into the Homework Journals. She has been a great sounding board for parents in the school.This marks the end of the childrens’ successful 8 years in the school and I would like to take this opportunity to complement the children and their families on their successes and major contributions to the school over the past eight years. Another highlight of the week was our Dance competition and a large crowd attended what was an excellent show.In particular this year’s sixth classes have been great ambassadors for the school and they have excelled over many areas such as sport, music, and academia. Congratulations to all the children who took part and to our winners from 6th Róisin Diskin, Jennifer Cordial, Miriam Collins and Emma Flanagan.

· Please be aware when parking or driving around the school that children are in the vicinity. There is a variety of other works which are in the pipeline but we are unsure of starting dates.

· Children in Junior Classes (Junior Infants to Second) should always walk to or from school accompanied by a responsible adult. Building and Maintenance: All the underpinning of the 6 new classrooms has now been completed and work has commenced on the long corridor in the new extension.

· If you collect your child early from school any day please fill in the “sign out” book in the office before leaving the premises. Cladding and finishes will be applied during the month of July.

Please drive with care and attention and do not block any of the clearways or entrances near the school gate. A new entrance is also planned and awaiting development. held a very successful Active Schools Week recently.

· Mobile Phones: It is important that parents are vigilant in supervising how their children use their mobile phones. Music: Thank you to Blaithin Cahill Gregg who has directed our violin and recorder programme this year. The children enjoyed a wide variety of sporting activities and active pursuits during this week.