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.
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 and [...]
Seachtain na Gaeilge suimiúil agus ghnóthach a bhí ag na páistí an tseachtain seo caite. Rinne siad an-iarracht bheith ag caint as Gaeilge agus bhí cluichí agus gníomhaíochtaí ar siúl acu chomh maith. Ghlac gach rang páirt i gcomórtas ealaíne, tráth na gcéist agus tóraíocht taisce. Ar an Luan, 16ú Márta, bhi lá glas agus ceolchoirm [...]
2nd and 3rd class had a very busy February in the kitchen! We began with food-on- a -stick. We cut up fresh pineapple and cheese with grapes and stuck them on a skewer for a delicious, healthy treat. Then we used the same skewers for marshmallows dipped in chocolate...yum! For St. Valentines Day we made Rice [...]
Saturday August 30th was a momentous day for Fermoy Juvenile GAA. The Under 10 team were victorious in the prestigious Mullinahone Ground Hurling Tournament. This tournament featured teams from all over Ireland. Here at BMMS we are especially proud of our students who were members of the squad. The future is bright for GAA in the [...]
The past few weeks have seen 5th/6th class in the throes of hammering, painting and following some quite intricate patterns! "What in goodness name were they at?" I hear you ask!! See attached pics and admire the stunning pieces produced.
On Thursday 29th May the school held its open night. We endeavor to make each annual open night unique by selecting a central theme. The theme chosen for this year's open night was music. The main ceremony took place in the school's impressive computer lab. The principal, Mr. James O' Donoghue spoke at length about the [...]
A big congrats to our 5th/6th class quiz team who came 2nd in the Ballyhooly GAA Irish-themed quiz recently. Their prize was a day of high ropes and zip lining in Blackwater Activity Centre. They availed of this over the Easter holidays and a great day was had by all. Even the mammies got in on [...]
The boys of 3rd/4th class recently took part in a fun football blitz organised by Fermoy GAA. Most of the primary schools of the town were represented. All the boys were mixed in with boys from the other school. Each boy had great fun and even met some new friends. After the blitz a member of [...]
This year, Bishop Murphy Memorial School is on the cusp of creating history. We are on the verge of receiving a record tenth Discovery Primary Science and Maths Excellence Award. There are only 16 schools in the entire country who can lay claim to this achievement. Well done to students and staff for all their endeavours [...]