Millstreet National School Parents’ Association
will hold a meeting next Monday February 20th at 8.30pm,
which will be held in the Boys National School,
and princial Frank O’Connor will be joining.
Parents from both schools welcome as usual.
Hope to see you there.
The Table Quiz will take place on Friday 3rd March 2017 at 8pm in The Wallis Arms.
This quiz has become an annual fundraiser to help 5th Year students from Millstreet Community School who are going on pilgrimage to Lourdes with the Irish Pilgrimage Trust, to pay for their travel and accommodation. Dervla Murphy and Una Buckley are the students going this year and they will be student helpers with group 12.
Tables: €40/team of four. There will be a raffle. Everyone is welcome to take part in what has become a great community event in support of the students.
(For further details please contact the Community School on 029 70087)
The Presentation N.S. hope to see many grandparents at this mass and we extend a warm welcome for you all to join us after for some light refreshments and to have a look around your grandchild’s school.
It’s on next Tuesday January 31st at 10am. See more at the Presentation N.S. website
Irish Grinds classes available for Leaving & Junior Cert students
Excellent notes and exam preparation given by experienced Oral Irish Examiner.
Achieve better grades and confidence for exams.
Millstreet, Rathmore, and Boherbue area.
Notes also emailed or posted. everything you need for exams.
Ring 087-9858133 for further enquiries.
For your convenience, the enrolment form (form_2017.docx) can be downloaded from our school website here: millpresns.weebly.com/latest-news-blog/september-2017
The Enrolment Form is on CullenNS.ie HERE
Best wishes to
all the Transition Year Students
from Millstreet Community School
taking part in
the BT Young Scientist Competition
in the RDS this week
– from Millstreet Community Council
Jennifer Linehan, Fionan Buckley and Grace O’Connor from Millstreet Community School with their project entitled “Which Olympic sport is most suitable for me ?” at this Years BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition [from the IT]
In a separate article, the project of Katie Hickey, Robyn Sheehan and Elmarie Kelleher was profiled:
“… Equally topical, and timely, is the project by three students from Millstreet Community School, in Cork. Katie Hickey, Robyn Sheehan and Elmarie Kelleher were all inspired to take up sport by women role models, although that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for the men, too.
Their project – the correlation between success in an Olympic sport and participation in that sport following the Olympics – focused on the O’Donovan brothers, Gary and Paul, who now famously won Olympic silver in rowing in last August. … continue reading the full article “Which Olympic sport is most suitable for me?”
Millstreet Adult Learning Centre, based in Main Street (2 doors up from Aisling Shop) is back in action again after the Christmas Break.
- Basic Computers,
- Advanced Computers,
- Word Processing,
- English for beginners,
- Advanced English,
- English Reading and Writing,
- Using Technology(smart phones and laptops), and
- Skills for Work night classes for Farmers.
Most classes run between 1 and ½ and 3 hours one day a week, depending on level.
This term, we also have a new programme of Intensive tuition based around Computer Skills that incorporates 6 hours of classes per week for 14 weeks. If you are interested in any of the above mentioned classes, please call into the centre on Monday 16th January or Ring Marie on 086 -7707301.
Classes open to Adults over 18 years, early school leavers, those on Welfare payments, retired people, stay at home mothers/fathers or anyone who would like to upskill. Everybody welcome.
In the lead up to Christmas Presentation National School have posted some videos and photos, of their singing, music, and school work. The children are just wonderful.
(Click the links to see the videos and photos)
Video: Away in a Manger: Some children from R4 visited the crib today and here we share this special song they sang so beautifully.
Video: Jingle Bells: Here we share a recording of Jakub playing ‘Jingle Bells’ on the keyboard. Jakub started music lessons with Mrs. Twomey just two months ago but is already making super progress. Well done Jackub!
Video: Christmas Songs with the Bear in the Square: Some of our R4 Junior Infant children singing Jingle Bells with the ‘Bear in the Square’!
Photos: Christmas Production: Junior & Senior Infants
Photos: Christmas Production: 3rd & 4th Class
Photos: Christmas Art: We have been very creative in the lead up to Christmas. Have a look at all our art….
… continue reading the full article “Christmas Videos and Photos from Presentation N.S.”
The Millstreet Community School Transition Year Young SVP group would like to express their thanks to all those who contributed items to their collection in aid of Cork Penny Dinners. Aida Costello came to the school on Tuesday 20th December and some of the TY students involved, with their teacher Mrs Mary Randles, helped bring the substantial quantity of items donated to her car. The students would like to express their thanks for your support.
Thanks to all of you who supported the cake sale held on Saturday 10th December 2017 in Millstreet Parish Centre to support Una Buckley and Dervla Murphy who’ll be going to Lourdes as helpers with the Irish Pilgrimage Trust at Easter 2017. €508 was raised. Thank you.
AIB & Macroom E Enterprise Centre, Macroom are hosting a Women in Business Event – “Can you be happier at work?” on Thursday, 24th November 2016 in Ardilaun Suite, Castle Hotel, Macroom, Co Cork from 11am – 1pm.
With guest speakers Rena Buckley: Chartered Physiotherapist and Cork GAA All Star, Tanya Daunt-O’Keeffe: Action for Happiness Course Facilitator/Positive Psychology, Well-being and Mindfulness Coach – Sonas Coaching.Light Refreshments will be served at 11.30am
RSVP by 21st November 2016: Email: <email> / Ph: 086 040392477
Thanks to everyone for their efforts with regards to the Team Hope Shoebox appeal 2016
Over 450 boxes were brought to Millstreet Community School from Rathcoole National School, Millstreet Boys National School, Presentation Convent National School Millstreet, Knocknagree National School, Kilcorney National School and by pupils of Millstreet Community School.
Additional thanks go to members of the local community who also brought boxes down to the school in support of the appeal. Thanks also go to the members of the Millstreet Community School Transition Year ‘Young SVP’ group and their teacher Mrs Mary Randles for co-ordinating the whole enterprise so successfully.
PRIMARY SCHOOL FUN QUIZ
Sunday 20th November
Cullen Community Centre
3pm Come and Join the Fun
€20 table of four or €5 per child
For the attention of parents/guardians of students in Millstreet Community School.
Please note that the deadline for receiving shoe boxes in Millstreet Community School for the TEAM HOPE APPEAL is Friday 11th November at 9am.
Pupils from Scoil Mhuire Boys National School were having some Halloween fun recently.
More Halloween photos can be seen in the gallery section of the NEW Scoil Mhuire website scoilmhuiremillstreet.scoilnet.ie
There ware wonderful sounds in St.Patrick’s Church last week by musicians and singers at the Presentation National School Harvest Mass.
To watch the video, click here, or on the image.
Thank you to everyone who attended the Trad for Trocaire event that took place on Friday 7th October 2016 in Millstreet Community School. It was an evening of fine traditional music, song and dance. Well done to all the students who participated. A total of €297 was raised to support Trocaire’s work. Thanks for your generosity.
A Trad for Trocaire event will take place in Millstreet Community School library on Friday 7th October 2016, starting at 7.30pm. This will be a chance for students from all year groups to share their traditional Irish music, song and dance skills with the wider community. It will also be a chance to raise money to support Trocaire’s work among some of the poorest communities in the world. Admission is free and everyone is welcome to attend. There will be a collection for Trocaire during the event.