Last Saturday, May 5th, our second class boys received their third sacrament- their First Holy Communion. The sun shone, the boys were amazing and all their hard work & diligence these past months paid off handsomely. Rev. Fr. Brian Boyle celebrated a truly uplifting ceremony, praising the boys and reminding their parents of how special […]
Well done to our resident chefs, who treated their teachers and class to a delicious Easter treat!
Bhí Seachtain na Gaeilge ar scoil an mhí seo chaite agus bhí craic ar dóigh againn. I rith na seachtaine bhíomar go léir ag déanamh sár-iarracht Gaeilge a labhairt chomh minic agus is féidir. Ghlacamar páirt i gceolchoirm nuair a tháinig an scoil go léir le chéile chun amhráin a chanadh, scéalta a léamh, dánta […]
Kacper S. , Kuba, Oriola, Tiarnan, Kacper Z. and Brajan in pensive mood as they blast off in the Sounds in Space game. There are many obstacles to pass before someone is first to reach the sun. Each player hopes to avoid the alien planet, the comet and the meteor shower. Who will avoid those […]
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
The top photo shows Marcin, Sam, Kuba, Vasco, Ian and Gabriel. Second photo shows Sam, Ryan, Kuba and Marcin. The third photo shows Vasco, Gabriel and Ian. Bishop Murphy Boys Yearn to see the New Robot Barista in Tokyo A group of boys from Bishop Murphy Memorial School heard about the new Robot Barista in […]
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 […]
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 […]
GAEILGE SA CHLÓS During December, the children in our school made a huge effort to take Irish beyond the confines of the daily lesson and speak it in their everyday lives. Initially, focus was on using Irish on the yard as much as possible (Gaeilge sa chlós). As a reward for each child’s efforts, tokens […]