Having working very hard, the boys from 2nd, 3rd and 4th finished off the year with some tasty treats! Rice crispies and chocolate marshmallows were the order of the day, made by the boys themselves and generously shared with all their classmates. Well done boys, certainly some potential chefs among you!
Oskar, Kuba, Marceli, Max, Bartosz, Oisin and Cezary promoting the latest attendance drive at Bishop Murphy School.(photo at the bottom) ATTENDANCE IS KEY FOR A GOOD EDUCATION Nelson Mandela once said that “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. The staff at Bishop Murphy agree whole heartedly with […]
All roads led to Kilworth this evening (Tuesday) for the North Cork A2 hurling final against our near neighbours CBS Mitchelstown. Our boys had defeated Kilavullen and Tomáis Dáibhís to qualify in this highly competitive division. As is so often the case in our beautiful but unpredictable (weather-wise) country of ours a strong wind played […]
The BMMS Senior Soccer Team created school history yesterday in Carrig Park by winning back to back Euro Eddie Soccer Cups for the first time. Over thirty teams and 200 pupils from schools both far and wide flocked to the venue for this highly competitive event. Three teams (2 senior and 1 junior), […]
We celebrated Grandparents Day on 30th May. The children welcomed their grandparents into their classrooms to get a glance of what school is like for them in 2018. Some grandparents volunteered to entertain the children with stories of their school days. It was a day of celebration and joy for young and old alike. Teas and […]
We had our annual Sponsored Walk last Thursday and what a great day it was in every sense. Our route takes us from the school, down Duntaheen Road, up the Glenabo Woods path and back to the school. The weather was absolutely fabulous as the sun split the stones. Upon returning to the school the […]
3rd and 4th Class have been working extremely hard this term. The children got the opportunity to design and create their own parachute. We learned that gravity pulls a parachute down, but as it falls air gets trapped under the canopy. The trapped air pushes up against the canopy, making the parachute fall slowly. […]
What a great day we had today for our annual School Sports Day. In every aspect, it was a day to behold. Firstly, we were blessed with the weather. It made for perfect conditions for a day of fun and fitness. The boys congregated on the yard in the morning and were put into their […]
Two teams from 5th and 6th class entered St.Colman’s Maths Quiz yesterday. Although it was a very tough quiz both teams had great fun. In the final round they were pipped to the post but both teams placed within the top 6 entries. Well done to the boys who took part!
Congratulations to the Students of the Month for April 2018