Well done to the Lismullen U11 girls team who competed in the final of the Cumann na mBunscol today against Kilcloon. They were up against a very strong Kilcloon team who scored 2-03 in the first half and kept Lismullen scoreless. However the Lismullen girls came out in the second half to give an amazing effort and score 2 goals and 1 point and only let in 2 points for Kilcloon. They fought hard and never gave up; well done to all. Final score: Kilcloon 2-05; Lismullen 2-01.
Thank you everyone for your donations for the Bag2School collection this week. We raised €560.60 in total of which €56 went to Laura Lynn. We’ll let you know as soon as we can the date for the next one, keep your clear outs for then ;).
This year’s Sports Day got off to a very exciting start with the arrival of the Garda Air Support Unit helicopter. A fantastic surprise for all the children (and parents/teachers). Many thanks to the Garda ASU for taking the time out to visit our school and to our PA Chairperson Orla Maguire for organising.
Congratulations to Miss McGovern and Sixth Class. Our students are the overall winners of the Primary School Local Enterprise competition in Meath. Sixth class devised their enterprise idea, developed their business plan and sold their Origami Animals making a profit!! The judges were very impressed with their innovative enterprise, and complimented our students on their individual presentation during the competition. A Super Result.
Our Lismullen Golf Classic took place at Royal Tara Golf Club on June 7th. We had a wonderful competition that all our golfers enjoyed. Thank you to all our teams, our generous sponsors and everyone who helped make the day happen.🏌🏌🏾
On Monday 27th May 6th Class went on a civic tour. They visited Trim Courthouse, Navan Fire Station and Navan Garda Station and were treated to the inside workings of all three. They enjoyed super presentations about each civic function. The children represented the school very well and enthusiastically asked great questions in each place.
What a day for a marathon relay. No ice this year to hamper the runners or rain to dampen the excitement of the kids. The race was on, but this year a surface change and a move to the grass.
2hr 31 mins 17secs was the time to beat so the challenge was on. More children participated this year with some teachers and parents also taking part. It was the children that done the most of the leg work, completing 100’s of laps of the circuit to reach that 42km target.
After a long school day with a huge amount of leg work put in by the kids the challenge was done.… READ MORE