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17th - 21st November 2014 
This Week in St. Colman's ... 
Monday 17th November 
School Inspection begins 
Special Assembly for Anti-Bullying Week  
Motor Sensory with Colin Quinn 
P7 - ICT/ Numeracy Afterschool  
Sure Start First Aid 9.30 - 12.30 
Tom Sweeney 10 - 12 noon 
P6 - ICT/ Numeracy Afterschool 
P5 Mass in Oratory @ 9.30 am 
P6 Tin Whistle Tuition 
Motor Sensory with Colin Quinn 
Football training Afterschool 3-4pm 
ETI Oral Inspection Report  
Swimming P6 
GAA Coaching P4, 5 & 7 
P 4 - 7 Music Tuition 
Welcome back to school everyone! 
I extend a very special word of welcome to all the children who are starting school for the first time in Primary 1. It is lovely to see them settling into their new class and leaving with a smile each day. 
I also welcome the children who have joined us in other classes. I know that they will have been made feel at home and those first morning fears and anxieties are no longer there. 
It was my delight and privilege to welcome all the children 
back to school as the new principal of their school, St. Colman’s. 
I look forward to working with everyone in the school, children, parents, staff, Board of Governors and all others associated with the school 
I wish to thank you all for your best wishes as I begin my first days! 
We wish Mr. White many years of health and happiness in his retirement. 
Mrs Donnelly 
Healthy Break 
The children have taken part for many years in the Healthy Break Initiative. 
We encourage the children to eat a healthy snack at break time and avail of the milk provided by the school. P2-P7 bring in a snack of their own choice and P1 children have a snack during Play Time which is provided by the school. 
Hello, my name is Rachel Hardy and I’m the head girl of our school. It is such a privilege and I will take the role seriously. 
I will try my hardest to try make the school a better place. I would like the younger children to be able to come to me if they have a problem. 
I would like to say thank you to those who voted for me. 
Hello my name is Mark McVeigh and I am the head boy in our school. It’s always been a dream of mine to be head boy so I would like to say thank you for the people who voted for me and the teachers who thought I would be a good and a responsible leader. 
Since I’m head boy, it’s my responsibility to make the school a better place, to help the staff and to help the P1s settle in because it’s hard coming to a big school. Once again, thank you to all who voted. 
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