This year, a group of parents and teachers from Scoil Carmel are taking part in the Women’s Mini Marathon on June 6th.
Together, we will be walking, jogging and running in memory of one of our much-loved pupils, Skaiva , who lost her battle against Neuroblastoma earlier this year.
We are inspired by the work of Neuroblastoma Trust and wanted to support them by raising money.
Please help us help them by giving whatever you can by clicking on the following link and using the ‘Give Now’ button …
The more people that know about Neuroblastoma Trust, the greater their impact, so please also spread the word by sharing our page with your friends and family.
Thank you in advance for your generosity.
12 Classes – Junior Infants, Senior Infants and First Class are being surveyed to get feedback from parents on the proposed change from a Grey jumper / cardigan to a red one. To put this debate in context Scoil Carmel first adopted the uniform in September 1994. Before that the pupils here had no uniform at all. Continue reading
Friday was a super exciting day in Scoil Carmel, with the official opening of our Fairy Garden. It was a little delayed with the cold and wet winter weather and busy school schedule in the new year. But with the glorious weather this week, it was the perfect opportunity to officially acknowledge the 2 classes who won the fairy doors for the school and the support we received in bringing the quad space to life in such a magical way!
Thank you to Miss Fitzmaurice and Miss Lea’s classes from last year who now are being taught by Ms.Heather and Ms. Tynan. They won the 4 fairy doors and the worry plaque. We must thank the parents Association and the Tesco Community Fund for funding the play house, the sand and water bench and all the lovely plants and decorations. And a special mention must go to Pamela Freeman and “Tinkerbell” the fairy for all the help and support she gave to Miss Fitzmaurice and Miss Lea to bring the fairy garden to life.
The Fairy Garden is a wonderful, bright space and fantastic addition to our school. All the classes loved exploring it and look forward to many more visits to it in the future!