On Thursday the 16th of May 3rd Class boys were invited to participate in a planting ceremony which is a UN backed global initiative. Bishop Murphy Memorial School was selected to take part in this initiative due to our hard work in relation to the Green Flag. On the day we got the opportunity to plant [...]
Last Thursday we had a Bake Sale in school to help in our fundraising initiatives. The student council guided by Ms Hogan put on a great show. Parents , pupils and staff alike brought in cakes, buns and all sorts of delicacies. The student council were fantastic in their industry. Special mention to Ms Kevany and [...]
2nd class really enjoyed going for a nature walk around Fermoy. We looked for beautiful leaves for our art work and really admired the beauty of our locality. We really enjoyed getting the fresh air and the chance to stretch our legs!
We are very excited about our Open Evening for parents and pupils interested in enrolling in BMMS. It takes place on 7th February. The principal's address takes place at 6pm. Our existing cohort of parents and pupils are welcome from 6:30pm until close of business at 7:30pm. Come and meet all the staff and pupils on [...]
Thanks a million to the Fermoy Tidy Town's group whom, along with Minister David Stanton visited the school to present the school with a plaque as winner of Best Educational Premises in Fermoy. We are thrilled with the achievement and the recognition for the work that we have put into the school to ensure that it [...]
We had a Christmas Fundraiser recently in the school for a past pupil who was diagnosed with cancer. We managed to collect €280. Everyone wore their Christmas Jumpers in solidarity. It was a fabulous day. Have a look at a selection of photographs from the day.
Making Butter 3rd class had great fun making butter. We poured cream into jam jars and working together we had to shake the jar for 10 to 15 minutes. We investigated each jar and noticed that the yellow solid lump was butter and the white liquid was buttermilk. Take a look at the photos to see [...]
Second class has been very busy these last few weeks taking part in station teaching, focusing on English. During station teaching, which goes on for six weeks, the class is divided into five groups, or stations. Ms Hogan and Sinéad, along with Mr O Donoghue, Ms Kevany and Ms Coughlan visit each station to teach the skills [...]
We are supporting the Team Hope Christmas Shoebox Appeal in school and we are so grateful that so many of our families filled and wrapped a shoebox to give to children in the world far less fortunate than any of us. The filled shoeboxes were collected from the school by the volunteers from TeamHope. These volunteers [...]
There's a fine line between a numerator and a denominator (only a fraction of people will find this funny!) Cheesy maths-puns aside ........ the pupils of 4th/5th class have been working really hard this past few weeks learning all about the numerator and denominator and the relationship between fractions and division in a practical way. This [...]