Archive | 4th/5th Class


Lights, Camera, Action!

The pupils in Bishop Murphy Memorial School are gearing up for their school play this day next week. Costumes have been gathered, lines learned and pupils have been honing their acting skills for show night. Each class will perform a play next Thursday December 7th, from 7pm, in the local Youth Centre in Fermoy. We […]

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Mental Health Awareness in BMMS

  Positive Mental Health Awareness Fortnight was celebrated in BMMS during the month of May. The boys developed awareness and positive attitudes towards their mental health while acknowledging the support systems that we all have available to us. Pupils took part in various different activities to promote positive mental health including interactive games, group discussions, […]

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4th/5th Handball

    The boys of 4th/5th class were recently invited to learn how to play the great sport of Handball by Fermoy Handball Club.  For most of the boys this was their first taste of this ancient and exciting sport. Each and every boy really enjoyed the experience.  A big thank you goes out to […]

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Junior Achievers!

For the past six weeks, the boys of 4th/5th class have been taking part in the Junior Achiever Programme.  The programme educates young students on how a real company is formed and how it works.  Volunteers from industry give up their time to help the children gain a greater understanding of what it takes to […]

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4th/5th Class Science Trip

The recent poor weather was a distant memory as the boys from 4th/5th class arrived at a sun drenched Griston Bog in Ballylanders, Co. Limerick to attend the Ballyhoura Outdoor Classroom. This trip will form part of our school’s application to become a Discovery Science School of Excellence for a record tenth year.  The boys […]

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China comes to 4th/5th Class.

Last Friday saw the culmination of three weeks of hard work for the boys of 4th/5th class.  The boys chose to study China as part of their Geography curriculum.  The boys were divided into groups and asked to produce a project. The groups produced some fantastic projects and learned a lot along the way.  On […]

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