The soccer season kicked off in successful style at Bishop Murphy Memorial School yesterday with a convincing 5-0 victory versus Kilmagner Ns at Carrig Park . It was a momentous occasion for the school in respect of it being the first opportunity for the pupils to wear their new kit in a meaningful manner. Goals […]
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We had our trials for the Cork City Sports athletics event today. Participation is the name of the game. Well done to all that took part.
Recently , a number of our pupils visited Bella Cafe for some social learning. It was an enjoyable experience for all that participated. Pizza was the order of the day!
Congratulations to the pupils of 6th class that received the Sacrament of Confirmation on March 15th
We unveiled our new sports kit today. The boys were very excited and proud wearing their new apparel. The kit, initially a soccer design, was produced thanks to a collaboration between Mr O’Donoghue and 6th class. Thanks to Linehan Sports for designing and for our technological partners Compu b for sponsoring the entire kit! Kieran […]
Dear Parents Bishop Murphy Memorial School will remain closed on Monday 5th March to facilitate Child Protection training for our staff that was due to take place today, 2nd March. This is mandatory training that the Department of Education has requested. All schools must establish new Child Safeguarding statements and Risk Assessments by 11th March […]
We had a great day last Wednesday when Jonathan Healy, of Newstalk fame came to the school to learn about our approach to technology in education. He has produced a podcast which can be accessed at the link below. He interviewed Mr O’Donoghue, Mrs Ahern and two of our enthusiastic pupils from second class. Here […]
By Emily Aherne, Avondhu Press There was a buzz of exciting in Bishop Murphy Memorial School last Thursday evening when prospective boys and their parents came to the school’s open night. The evening began at 6pm with an address from principal James O’Donoghue. He gave those attending a brief description of the wonderful facilities and […]
Our ever popular pottery teacher, Fin, returned for pottery lessons. The boys thoroughly enjoyed the experience of working with clay and are looking forward to more fun on Thursday.
We had a great day on Friday 1st December when Cork City FC visited to share with us in their recent phenomenal successes. They brought among others the League of Ireland and FAI Cup trophies. The boys were very excited indeed. Best of luck to Cork City in their Champions League campaign next season!