We have been really creative in our learning in 2nd class, constructing homes for art, experimenting for science and working together in groups for maths. We love leaning how to play popular songs on the piano on our iPads and we are so lucky that a very talented 6th class boy called Sean has visited our [...]
Many thanks to J.P Quinn and the staff at U.C.C who hosted a wonderful Junior Conferring Tour for the 6th class pupils of Bishop Murphy Memorial School. The boys had a great day as they toured the campus and visited the impressive Crawford Observatory where they learned about Howard Grubb and the invention of the equatorial [...]
Fun run at Christmas time !!
4th Class have spent the last few weeks preparing for their Christmas Show. The show they chose to perform this year was “The Donkey Seller”. It was an alternative take on the traditional nativity. It told the story of a Donkey Seller who sells donkeys to Mary and Joseph, the shephards and to the three wise [...]
This year Bishop Murphy Memorial School has decided to take part in the Active School Flag (ASF) initiative. This initiative aims to get more schools, more active, more often. International research proves that active children focus and learn better. They also enjoy school more. On the 11th of November the pupils and staff at Bishop Murphy [...]
5th class have been working on their fitness over the last number of weeks. They are taking part in circuit classes during PE. This consists of 10/12 exercises of 40 seconds duration. They have a rest of 20 seconds between each station before they begin the next one. The circuit is completed twice and is varied [...]
Well done to our budding chefs from sixth class. They recently made delicious Rocky Road and shared it with students and teachers alike. Everyone agreed it was delicious and are asking for a repeat performance!
Well done to our students of the month for September 2019. We are all very proud of your efforts. Lean leis an obair!
We are really enjoying our challenges for maths week!! Today we engineered boats using lollipop sticks to ensure they floated in water in groups and we are delighted to report that all our tests were successful!
The purpose of the student council is to give our students a voice in BMMS. It creates opportunities for the development of leadership, responsibility and improved communication between staff and students. It successfully develops a sense of ownership and belonging. A committee of representatives (three students from each class) meet weekly with Ms.Hogan to address the [...]