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Feeling Festive!

The following is an article written by Theo from 4th class. Many thanks to Theo on doing such a great job!! “The pupils in B.M.M.S were full of joy on December 18th. Everyone wore their Christmas jumpers in exchange for bringing in €2 to help raise funds for a special cause. We all had very […]

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Junior Entrepreneur Programme

We have been very busy in 4th/5th class learning lots about the world of entrepreneurship through the excellent Junior Entrepreneur Programme. As part of the programme the children recently met a local businessman, Mr. Dave Ryan who spoke about his journey into the business world and the pupils were given the opportunity to ask some […]

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North Cork Athletics competition

Boys from 2nd to 6th class recently participated in the North Cork athletics competition. All of the boys ran extremely well and thoroughly enjoyed the day. Pictured below are some of our medal winners on the day. Huge thanks to Mitchelstown CBS for their excellent organisation of the event.  

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Fun with Science in 2nd/3rd Class.

Since January, our class have been enjoying ‘Science Friday’. This means that every Friday we get to bring in cool experiments and show them to the class. Miguel blew amazing bubbles through a sock! Patryk made a fabulous lava lamp with coffee, salt and cooking oil. He also made a volcano with Bartosz and Marcel using […]

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2nd and 3rd class pottery

In November 2nd and 3rd class really enjoyed having pottery lessons. We made cool creatures from clay and when they were ready we painted and glazed them. Fin took our plates home to put them in the kiln. Here are some of our creations!

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Pizza Making

Well done to Theo Lam in 4th class who won the Supermac’s Halloween colouring competition. In November, his class was invited to the local Papa John’s restaurant where they were shown how to bake their own pizza. Their pizzas were delicious and went down a treat! The pictures below show our busy chefs at work.

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Meeting Tony Curtis

Pupils in 6th class have recently been reflecting on their final year in Bishop Murphy Memorial School. One of the highlights, which all pupils agreed on, was meeting the Irish poet Tony Curtis. 6th class and 5th class enjoyed a Tuesday afternoon in the library with the Dublin born poet who played guitar, sang, recited poetry […]

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