|Our Lady of Fatima School – Newsletter December 2021|
|Principal’s Message, |
As the festive season is just around the corner, I want to take a moment to thank the entire school community for your support and dedication in giving our students the best educational experience. We are very grateful for the wonderful contribution from the PA in organising a very successful Christmas raffle, coordinated to obtain funds to refurbish the junior school play area. In addition, they created a magical Grotto for Santa’s visit. A special mention to the Cogley family who presented each student in the school with a Christmas annual! Thank you for such a generous gift! As usual, the dedicated and hardworking staff of OLF have continued to adapt to the ever-changing covid-19 situation and have made Christmas a special time for us all. Our Christmas Wellbeing Committee worked tirelessly in ensuring we had fun filled activities and treats during the month of December. Thank you to the team, led by Mr. Bridges. As you will see below, the annual Lámh video is a sincere effort that displays a great sense of collaboration and fun amongst all staff in OLF. A big thank you to Emily and John for creating and directing another masterpiece! I would in particular like to thank our students, who come to school every day, happy and eager to participate, with little or no complaining of current restrictions! Have a wonderful holiday, and come back to school, refreshed and ready to take on 2022! We think of both The Murphy and The Kehoe family this Christmas. You are in our thoughts and prayers. We think of Leon, Tyler and Mikey and how lucky we feel, that they were part of our family in OLF. On a personal note, I wish to thank most sincerely our Board of Management, Parents’ Association, Ms Leacy (Deputy Principal) & ISM, Teachers, Special Needs Assistants, Secretaries, Caretaking, Cleaning Staff and LWR team who have all worked hard throughout this term to keep school life enjoyable, safe and happy for all our students. I wish all of you a very happy and restful Christmas holiday and look forward to the New Year ahead in Our Lady of Fatima School.
Warmest Regards, Glenda McKeown Sensory Garden – Mikey
On the 17th of December the school community remembered our beloved Mikey Kehoe. Students and Staff took time out for some valuable reflection within our new sensory garden that was dedicated to Mikey. The day was marked with a visit from Mikeys parents and sister who gathered with Father Billy Swan, other BOM members and Mikeys previous teachers and SNA’s. Below are some images and the prayer that all classes took time to respectfully reflect upon, for our dear Mikey…..
Christmas Activities at Our Lady of Fatima
Our Lady of Fatima School has been very busy this Christmas with lots of fun activities to celebrate the season of goodwill. A Christmas Wellbeing Committee was set up and worked on organising and coordinating the Christmas activities. A big thanks to the Committee for their ideas, efforts and dedication. Thanks to all the staff that contributed to providing a wonder 2021 Christmas experience for everyone.
Christmas Door Competition
The Christmas Wellbeing Committee ran a Christmas Door Competition. Students had to design a Christmas themed door for all the school community to enjoy. The entries were all amazing. The Parents Council kindly took time out to view each classes entry. They were delighted with the effort and found it very challenging to choose a winner. They voted and the result is:
Winner Middle 2
Well Done Middle 2
As part of her role on the School’s Christmas Wellbeing Committee our new teacher Ms Harney treated the school to some delicious hot chocolate. Both students and staff were delighted and all needs were catered for, thanks Ms Harney.
A huge thank you to the Parents Association for arranging for our beautiful Christmas Tree to be delivered to the school. It was an amazing Christmas Tree and we are very grateful to Killeen’s Garage for their donation to our school. If parents are shopping in Killeens please give a big thank you from Our Lady of Fatima school for their generosity. It is very much appreciated. See below that Junior 2 did a wonderful job decorating the huge Christmas Tree for the entire school to enjoy on entering the building.
Community Involvement by our Students
Christmas Cards were designed throughout the school and collected by Ms Weld again this year. They were then delivered to the local nursing home residents by the students. Well done for making the elderly experience of Christmas nicer and it is a real thoughtful way to give back to our community.
Junior Two had great fun rehearsing and performing the Nativity this Christmas. They really enjoyed learning the story about the birth of Jesus and loved wearing the costumes and acting. They provided great entertainment with their creative performances. We are so proud of them! Definitely some stars in the making.
Mr. and Mrs. Claus
Mr. and Mrs. Claus dropped into Our Lady of Fatima on Monday 20th of December. They were a big hit with all the students. A big thanks to the Parents Council who built the wonderful Grotto and donated all the extras such as the tree, stove, lights etc. It was a delighted experience for all and well-done Gavin and Mary for all your effort.
For the month of December, Fatima FM became Fatima Christmas FM. We have been greatly entertained by our resident DJ Ms Sheehan. During each show, there have been numerous birthday and song requests. In addition we had a return of the, “Just a minute quiz”, where staff members have attempted to answer correctly as many questions as possible, within the 60 second time limit. Ms Sheehan with the help of Ms Leacy (Camerawomen) provided the school with an experience of all the Classroom Doors for our competition.
Thanks Ms Sheehan
Junior 2 had a fantastic time meeting Santa Claus and Mrs Claus. Santa told us we have all been very good this year and we are all definitely on the nice list!
We had a very special time remembering our friend Mikey in the sensory garden. We blew bubbles and watched them float up to the clouds.
We worked very hard practicing for our Nativity. We did a super job remembering our lines and are excited for everyone to see it!
We did lots of artwork in December, each piece of cotton wool was carefully stuck to create Santa’s fabulous beard. We really enjoyed decorating our classroom door.
Junior 2 decorated the beautiful Christmas tree in the foyer of the school. We picked lots of beautiful red and blue baubles for the tree.
Junior 2 would like to wish you all a very merry Christmas!
What a busy term we are after having. Hard work & great achievements were made from all the boys & girls in Middle 1.This term we worked on various topics ranging from beginning our new school year, planting, drama, art, science week & zoom assemblies.
Congratulations for the fantastic handwriting we have in Middle 1 keep up the great work.
Wishing you all a very Happy, Safe & Healthy Christmas & New year.
Middle 3 class got a great gift from Grace Cogley’s parents of a lovely album to keep everyone busy over Christmas. All the students in the WHOLE school got one as well. Thank you so so much from all the students.
Middle 3 were busy making Christmas Cards for residents of a nursing home. Just a little bit of cheer for Christmas.
Middle 4 have thoroughly enjoyed their 4 week block of Forest School. They made beautiful crafts including a mini raft – which they then raced in the stream -, a medallion, a wand and a gorgeous Rudolph face! They popped pop corn kernels over the camp fire, heated milk and made hot chocolate and melted marshmallows for smores. They played games in the forest and overall they had great fun. Also, this month we enjoyed creating our Christmas Door and admiring the other lovely Christmas doors around the school. We contributed to the decoration of the whole school by decorating one of the trees in front of the school. We enjoyed our Lámh Christmas song and we’re looking forward to seeing the full production of “Lámh Factor” very soon, where we will get to see all the other classes in action. We had a very interesting History Tour of Wexford where we learned more about the Vikings. We stood on the spot where the remains of 11 Viking houses had been discovered and we saw the remains of a church they build. We learned that Oyster Lane in Wexford was so called because it was an area plentiful in oysters and we learned that “Keyser” means “Way down to the sea” – which is where “Kaysers Lane” got it’s name. Middle 4 would like to wish our family and friends and very Happy and Peaceful Christmas and we look forward to welcoming Ms Harpur back in January.
Senior 1 had a very busy term. The students continued their learning in depth of their Junior Certificate subjects, particularly the examination subjects of Home Economics and Art. Above and below are some of their lovely Christmas puddings they made with Mrs Elliot, highlighting their cooking skills. The students completed their Classroom Based Assessments CBA’s and produced some lovely craft pieces with the support of Ms Leonard. Students enjoyed continuing their tennis lessons at the local tennis club throughout the term. They created Christmas Cards for the residents of a local nursing home. Senior 1 took part in the Christmas Lamh Factor competition by learning the signs for the song Santa Claus is coming to town. Students decided on the decoration of the classroom door for the Christmas Door Competition and put a lot of effort into decorating their door. Students visited the local library and took part in a live webinar with an author.
Senior 2 and senior 4 took part in the heritage schools visit. This involved a full day of workshops on Geography activities including a study of Geology, map reading and creating a map. A fun filled educational day outdoors for all! Lili O Brien, Darragh Moran and James Tompkins won prizes in the Credit union art competition. Senior 2 also took part in science week. They firstly took part in a murder mystery involving star wars characters and we WON. We got a shout out on the Science Week TV show. The second activity was a interactive chat with the weather lady Joanna Donnelly. We found out about the role of a meteorologist and how they forecast the weather. An exciting morning was had.
This term senior 3 have enjoyed going to horse- riding every Monday. The students have made great progress and some of them are now riding solo. Well done guys.
We have concentrated a lot on life skills this term especially grocery shopping and cooking.
Senior 3 really got in the Christmas mode this month and did tremendous work helping to decorate our school both inside and out to make it look extra Christmassy.
Well done to Matthew (student of the term)
Senior 4 started Tennis at Wexford Harbour Boat & Tennis Club at the beginning of November. We attend every Friday and the students absolutely love it. Senior 4 Parent – Teacher Meetings took place on the 8th November. Senior 2 & Senior 4 took part in a Geography Project with the “Heritage in Schools” on Monday 15th November. The students explored Rocks and Climate Change. A very enjoyable day was had by all. Some students in Senior 4 received their Flu Vaccine on the 11th November. Students from the Senior classes have been taking part in RACE in preparation for their Junior Cycle Exams. HSE Profiling Interviews took place online on the 7th & 8th December. Senior 4 students have completed their CBA2 in English & Woodwork. Senior 4 have been very actively doing their Fyffes Fitness every morning!!Students in Senior 4 have been creative with their Christmas art for the Christmas Door Competition and with their window display. The Student Council Candidates have been preparing their speeches for the upcoming Student Council Election on January 14th 2022 . Their campaign will take place online via MS Teams and Ballot Sheets will be distributed via MS Forms.
Literacy Resource Update
This year we have for the first time we decided to have a Literacy Resource Position for Reading. I have had the very pleasant job of setting up this position and have engaged in some much-needed Literacy Initiatives along the way. With the help and support of all the staff and our Parents Association we have engaged in the following:
Readathon – MS Readathon 11 students and 2 staff members completed reading tasks for the month of November, earning a combined total of reading tasks for the month of November, earning a combined total of €610.
Well done all.
New Class Readers and ebooks for the Middle Classrooms PM Readers.
Children’s Book Festival – Wexford Library. We had Virtual Zooms by authors Sarah Webb and Alan Nolan.
David Walliams Virtual Assembly (based on ‘Ganster Granny’)
All classes are reading novel’s and some have acquired a bulk loan from Wexford Library.
The school has decided to participate in the National Wellread Award. We will be promoting Reading for Leisure and Pleasure. To receive the plaque and award we need to promote Reading and compile a Portfolio of our efforts. If we are successful, we will gain the Award and a plaque for our school. It is also a fun, interactive and positive way for us all to engage in the wonderful joy of Reading and its many benefits for our independence and wellbeing. The Committee will comprise of Staff, parents and Student volunteers, lead by Miss Sinnott. We will have activities throughout this year and next to promote this so all support and help will be needed and most importantly appreciated.
Finally, I want to wish the boys and girls that have worked so hard and diligently on the reading with me over the last term a very Merry Christmas. You have been amazing!!! Don’t forget you can read some ebooks over Christmas on
I hope Santa is very good to you all.
Melissa Sinnott, Resource Teacher For Literacy.
Middle 4 were busy providing Christmas Puddings for their families this Christmas.
Christmas Student of the Term
Well done to the following students who received a certificate and prize at the Christmas Prizegiving Ceremony:
Junior 2: Gabby Whelan
Junior 3: David Moran
Junior 4: Leighton Kennedy
Middle 1: Dominic McCarthy
Middle 2: Tadhg O’Shaughnessy
Middle 3: Mia Sutton
Middle 4: Adam Sinnott
Senior 1: Shane McGrath
Senior 2: Darragh Moran
Senior 3: Mathew Cleary
Senior 4: Chantelle Campbell
A massive thanks to our Parents Association who organised a Christmas Raffle in the School. The prizes were extremely good, see below. It was a great success and will provide much needed support for our school throughout the academic year. Thanks for your backing and a big thanks to all the businesses and people that donated so kindly to the Christmas Raffle.
We would like to wish the pupils and all the staff of Our Lady Of Fatima school a happy Christmas with good health for the coming New Year.
The Parents Association.
LÁMH – Christmas Songs
Students took part in our Lamh Factor Christmas Songs competition organised by the Christmas Wellbeing Committee. After each class was viewed via Teams then each class proceeded to cast their vote. The winning class with the most votes and after a very close race Junior 3 won our Lamh Factor Christmas song competition.
Fatima Facebook Video Links
A big thank you to Ms Murphy for keeping the online school community updated with the links to the videos and happenings within the school. Check out and enjoy the below link to see the students Lamh videos…..
And finally…..A Tribute to all the wonderful students in Our Lady of Fatima School from all the staff. Have a wonderful Christmas, we are so proud of you all!
A big thank you to both John and Emily for their hard work, putting this together!
Click the Link here to view the videos:
Return to school – Thursday 6th January 2021
As school draws to an end we look back on another most unusual and difficult year.
Our staff and students are to be commended on how well they have adapted and coped with the changes that have had to be put in place…their resilience is amazing!
On behalf of School Management, I wish everyone an enjoyable, relaxing and safe summer.
I thank all of you, Parents, Guardians, Students and Staff for your cooperation, support and understanding in this year and in the past and wish you all a fond farewell.
I would also like to take this opportunity to send Mrs. McKeown every best wish and success for the future as your new Principal.
For everything, thank you!
The students of Our Lady of Fatima School were asked to describe what you mean to them…. these words say it all!
Our collaborative Wordcloud.
Tributes from all the classes to Mrs. Waters
A Tribute to Mrs. Waters from ALL the Staff at Our Lady of Fatima School – We will miss you! Thank you for all the kindness and support you have shown to each and every one of us!
- CONFIRMATION 2021: Wednesday 22nd September @11am, Bride St. Church.
- We are launching our new school website – 30/06/2021. Click on the button below! You will find all information required for the new school year, including a calendar for 2021-2022.
Updates will be made to website information before return to school on 31st September 2021 (all school community).
As from September 2021 Aladdin Connect will be the main platform for communication between Parents and Staff in Our Lady of Fatima School.
Class Platforms e.g. Class Dojo, Seesaw Microsoft Teams will continue be a form of communication between staff and students.
The ALADDIN CONNECT App is available to download on your phone:
PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE THIS DOWNLODADED BEFORE OUR RETURN TO SCHOOL.
YOUR LOGIN IN DETAILS WILL BE SENT TO YOU IN SEPTEMBER.
Aladdin Connect is used by Irish primary schools to securely communicate and share information with parents/guardians. As well as messages from the school, you can view details that the school shares about your child’s attendance, test results, report cards, homework, and library books. You can also enter reasons for your child’s absences from the Aladdin Connect app.
Aladdin Connect is accessed via a secure login. You sign in securely to Aladdin Connect from your computer, laptop or smartphone. Once your school is using Aladdin Connect, they will send you an access code so you can register with Aladdin Connect. Then you can download the Aladdin Schools Connect app to receive instant notifications from the school and to have convenient and secure access to your child’s information from your mobile device.
From a data protection point of view, Aladdin Connect aids in a school’s compliance with data protection law (GDPR)
Aladdin Connect is a fantastic way to enhance a school’s communication with its parents and helps you to stay connected and informed about your child’s education.
Aladdin Connect allows parents to register.
- Late/Early Collections
- Absence Notes
- Return to School Declaration Form
- Parent Teacher Meetings
- Report Cards
- School calendar
School Awards 2020 – 2021
Junior Student: Gabby Whelan
Middle Student: Ava Rutka
Senior Student: Matthew Cleary
Overall:Student of The Year: Finn Keegan
Sportsman: Greg Whelan
Sportswoman: Tia Callery
Spirit of Leon: Mick Cash
Tyler Murphy Attendance Award: Sinéad Martin
Special Award: Reece Holden
Home Economics: Jenny Keeling
ASD: Chloe Harmon Brown
Resource: David Stewart
Art: Abigail Little
Well done to all our wonderful students! We are very proud of each and everyone of you!
Student of Year
J1 – Helenmaria Steenson Pedro
J2 – Daisy Mae Whitty
J3 – James Farrell
J4 – Pierce Barry
M1 – Clodagh Darcy
M2 – Conor Black
M3 – Oona Keevey
M4 – Katie Webster
S1 – Eric Woods
S2 – Muireann Hore
S3 – Shanice O’Connor Moorehouse
Student of Term
J1 – Jason Hartigan
J2 – Ben O’Connor
J3 – Cathal Wheelock
J4 – Isaac Mackey
M1 – Gerard Reck
M2 – Gerard Tonge
M3 – Daniel O’Brien
M4 – Sorcha Donnelly
S1 – David Brown
S2 – Dylan Cullen
S3 – Ella Bates
Our theme this month is Summer and The Seaside! We’ve been using our 4 senses to notice signs of summer. We’re comparing summer clothes to winter clothes. We’ve studied the starfish and were fascinated to learn that it cannot swim, it has two stomachs and several eyes at the end of each arm! We’ve been noticing and tracing our shadows on sunny days. Our Father’s Day art also reflected our theme.
We enjoyed our Sports Day and our School Tour this month too! We’ve had great fun.
June was a month of creativity in M1. We completed lots of different art projects.
We did a project on our star signs and characteristics of our personalities!
We completed our bottle top art, a huge project for M1.
We did a project on Wassily Kandinsky, very impressive artwork!
We also created a goodbye board for Mrs Waters with M2, we did portraits of Mrs Waters, they are beautiful drawings.
We did lots of outdoor activities including gardening, walks, sports day and our amazing school tour in the IOAC!
The students in M1 this year have been absolutely amazing in school and with online learning! A tough year for all. Well done M1
M1 wishes Mrs. W
aters the very best
- Senior 4 have had an industrious and enjoyable month, marking the end of their education in OLF. We wish them every success as they embark on new adventures!
- Senior 4 attended work experience in Nova, National Learning Network and Cúmas.
- They enjoyed a wonderful Sports Day at St. Mary’s pitch, June 11th 2021.
- In-house exams were completed 14th – 17th June 2021.
- The class of 2021 had their Graduation Ceremony Thursday 17th June 2021. This ceremony was celebrated by Fr. Billy Swan in the beautiful sunshine in the school Courtyard.
- Senior 4 went on their school tour to IOAC in Tagoat. The students enjoyed Archery, Berserker and Kayaking.
- Finn Keegan received the “Noelle Dunphy” Plaque for the Overall Student of the School – congratulations Finn!
Home Economics – Senior 1 Celebrations – The colours of the Rainbow!
Student of the Year: Jenny Keeling – for her outstanding worth ethic in all areas of Home Economics. Cookery, theory and textile craft!
S1 Student of the Term. For their team work skills, their willingness to ‘TRY’ everything and their enthusiasm in the Home Economics program. Shared equally between Lili O’Brien Dobbs, Kevin Kinsella and Darragh Moran.
Senior 3 – Home Economics
Senior 3 class have enjoyed learning new cookery skills. They made the following of their favourite foods: Traditional brown bread, floury Soda Scones, French Toast, homemade burgers and Stuffed Omelette.
Salad Days with Middle 4 Home Economics Class
The M4 Home Economics Student of the Year is Lee Kelly, who has given his best effort in both Cookery and Textile Craft. His genuine curiosity and skills will serve him well in life.
M4 Student of the term. Glenn Molloy. Glenn has developed excellent culinary skills, has a good work ethic and he is learning to enjoy different foods.
It has been a challenging year for all students and Senior 2 have shown great resilience, always having a smile and a kind word for each other. I look forward to hearing about your summer adventures in September. You have all matured considerably and should be very proud of what you have achieved during the year. Wishing you all a happy and safe summer. Enjoy it, you have earned it!. A big thank you to all parents for their continued support.
Junior Certificate Artwork
Take a look below at some of the incredible artwork created by students in M4, S1 & S2. Well done to both the studnets and their teacher Ms. Gallagher.
Junior 2 have had a very busy month!
We had great fun on sports day. Everyone tried really hard and were very good sports on the day. We had one outright winner; Gabby, while Ben and Kacie were runners up. Everyone was delighted with their certificate of participation.
We have also been busy with the bottle top project. Junior 2 worked very hard painting and sticking bottle tops onto their snail. We are very happy with the result.
We went on our school tour to Blackwater Open Farm with Junior 1. It was a super day, we played in the playground, on the go-karts and we even got to hold some animals after our tour on the farm. We’d like to say a big thank you to the fantastic staff at the farm for helping us to make some lovely memories.
Take a look at the article in a recent edition of the Wexford People – all about Senior 1
Senior 1 class put a lot of work into researching the ill effects of dog fouling and they hope that people will learn something from all their research.
Senior 3 had a fantastic year! We completed a lot of fun and exciting activities, while engaging with the Junior Cert level 2 curriculum and the life skills programme-ASDAN.
We received Gold in the Incredible Edibles Programme, we really enjoyed doing it.
Senior 3 students also started to create their ‘Outdoor classroom.’ We put a lot of work into this, we had to tidy up all the leaves, power wash the walls, glue old CDs onto the wall, design and paint our chairs, plant flowers and fix the fence! Our wonderful caretaker Richie helped us with this! We also created fairy doors for our ‘Outdoor Classroom.’
On Wednesday, the 23rd of June we went on our school to IOAC. We had a lot of fun!
We celebrated Seán’s, Ella’s, Matthew’s, and Shanice’s 18th birthdays throughout the year as well! We ate slice upon slice of cake!
Shanice graduated from Our Lady of Fatima last week. She starting a new and exciting chapter in her life. We will miss Shanice, as she is a wonderful young lady! Best of luck Shanice!
Well done Senior 3!!
Middle 2 completed their Junior Certificate Level 2 project work and presented their work by taking part in group PowerPoint presentations to the class. The class went on their school tour to Carrigfoyle Lake and despite the bad weather made the most of the day. Here is a class picture at the lake.
The students also visited Min Ryan Park and enjoyed all the different activities.
A fun day was enjoyed by all. The students were delighted to return to their coaching lessons at the local tennis club. Students had a great day and lots of fun on Sports Day see below.
The students went on a shopping trip for their Managing Money section of their JCL2 curriculum.
Junior 4 had a great day at Blackwater Farm. We found out lots of facts about lots of different animals.
Junior 4 engaged in all activities on Sports Days. Everyone tried their best and we had lots of fun. Well done to Tadhg, Adam, Alex and Amy who won prizes in the day.
Junior 4 have been taking advantage of the sun and have gone for lots of walks. We treated ourselves to ice cream 1 or 2 of the days.
Middle 3 have been busy this month learning about capacity and weight. Each student also did a short interview as part of their Preparing for Work Module. They have also been working on their own Acrostic Poem and Short Story.
It was not all work and no play, as they had a day out at Rosslare Strand and Johnstown Castle as part of their school tour.
A fun day out was had by all at our Sports Day.
The winners on the day were;
Niamh 1st, Oona 2nd and Aaron 3rd. The other students that participated received a certificate.
Incredible Edibles: OLF – A Gold Incredible Edible School.
Ms. Leacy received wonderful news this month from Agri-Aware, that our school is now a Gold Incredible Edible School -“We are delighted to tell you that you have achieved your accreditation to be a Healthy Eating School”, the message continued. We will receive a plaque and rosette as recognition of this achievement.
Well done to all classes that participated in this wonderful initiative!
PARENT ASSOCIATION NEWS
Well done to all or our students and staff on completing another year through these difficult circumstances. We know a lot of hard work has been put in by staff and students alike and we want to thank you all for your efforts. So, take the summer holidays to recharge, have fun and enjoy time with your families. You all deserve a great holiday.
We would like to take this opportunity to wish our wonderful Principal Rita Waters all the best on her retirement and express our appreciation for all the amazing hard work she has dedicated to our children, running this excellent school to such a high standard. Our heartfelt thanks to you on behalf of all the parents and children.
We would also like to congratulate Glenda McKeown on her new position as principal and look forward to working with you.
On return to school next term, we will be urgently appealing to ALL parents to consider joining the Parent Association as our numbers are so low, we might not have a P.A going into 2022. Throughout the previous years the P.A. has done phenomenal work benefitting our children immensely and it would be very sad to see this fade away due to lack of numbers. If you would like to help, call me, Corrina on 085 7126589. Thank you
Enjoy your summer
Welcome to all the new families joining our amazing school in September. We have a Facebook group called ‘Parents of children attending Our Lady of Fatima School’ which is private and for parents only. Please take the time to answer the entry questions.
We would also like to extend an invitation to you and your children to an informal socially distanced coffee morning/playdate at Min Ryan park on Thursday 15th July at 11.30 and another on Wednesday 18th August at 11am weather permitting of course. Please join the Facebook group for any updates or changes and everybody is welcome.
Michelle O’ Neill
A huge cheer of congratulations to Michelle O’Neill, our incredibly talented swimming coach who is travelling to the Olympics in Tokyo this summer as a soccer referee!!!
Well done and much deserved!
Have a wonderful time Michelle!