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Sixth Class

The Greenmount Minions

The Greenmount Minions performed their version of “Happy” by Pharrell Williams at our recent 6th Class Graduation Ceremony.  A happy song to wish 6th Class the best of luck in secondary school.

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6th Chess Champions

6th Class boys and girls accepted their many chess awards at their Graduation Ceremony.

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6th Class Awards 2014

Micheál Meenan was awarded male pupil of the year by his fellow peers.


Caitlín Crowe was awarded female pupil of the year by her fellow peers.


Emily Roe received the Gaeilgeoir Award for her use of the Irish Language.


Alan McDonald was awarded the 6th Class Outstanding Achievement Award for academic excellence.


6th Class Ghana Coin Project

6th Class collected coins to create a coin mural.  The collection came to almost €150.  Conor Forde presented the money to Brother Aiden at the 6th Class Graduation Ceremony to be donated to a primary school in Ghana. Well done 6th on such a creative and generous project.


Coin Mural 2014

6th Class American Civil War Re-enactment

Civil War Re enactors May 2014 Compressed

6th Class re-enacted the American Civil War with actors today.  It is 150 years since the Civil War and history was brought to life with costumes and props.  Amazing experience for all involved.

Be Cyber Safe

In 6th class we are learning  how to stay safe online. We learned that one in seven young people are being bullied online through the social media outlets they use. We devised rules to keep ‘Cyber Safe’. Once it’s said the web is fed!.

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6th class nativity play

Congratulations to sixth class who put on a great performance in the Lough Church on Friday for the Christmas play.

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Congrats sixth class on your graduation!

Well done to Ms. Neff’s sixth class boys and girls who graduated with flying colours from their Junior Achievement.


”Collette Rohan joined us every Tuesday morning to do fun activities with us. We thoroughly enjoyed solving crimes, learning about our bodies and making periscopes. Thank you Collette for taking the time out of your day to spend with us. We really appreciate it. And who knows, there may be a few future scientists among us.”


You can get the information on Junior Achievement from their website http://www.juniorachievement.ie/about-ja/about-junior-achievement