Launch of the 20K Drop Fundraiser EventJanuary 30th, 2020
- We have €20,000 in cash to be won
- We have the big screens
- We have lifelines to assist contestants.Ask the Audience & Take 1
- We have the trap doors
- We have backing music, lighting and computerisation
- We have it all – it is “the show”!!
We are writing to let you know about the most exciting night that we have ever undertaken. The highly professional 20k Drop show has attracted large audiences all over the country and we have booked it for Friday 28th February at the Oakwood Hotel, Shannon. Proceeds of the fundraiser will be used to continue with the upgrading of our yard areas and invest/upgrade our IT for pupils. We are launching the show in St. Tolas school hall on Tuesday 4th February at 7.30pm and are asking all families to send a representative to our launch and see this for yourselves. After the launch, we hope that you will also join us on Friday 28th February for the show itself.
Junior Infant Enrolments for Sept 2020January 8th, 2020
St. Tola’s is currently accepting enrolments for new Junior Infant pupils for next September, 2020. Please contact the school office on 061 362894, email: email@example.com or call to school from 9am to 3pm daily to collect an enrolment form. Closing date for enrolment for Juniors for next September is 31st January 2020.
Thursday Note 12th December 2019December 12th, 2019
We hope you are well as we head towards the Christmas break. Our news this week is as follows
6th Class School TourJune 21st, 2019
6th Class went on their school tour on Wednesday June 19th. Firstly we went to Thomond Park where we did the tour of the museum followed by a video and tour of the dressing rooms and then went pitch-side. We learned lots about Munster Rugby and Home Advantage. After this we went to Fury Virtual Reality Centre where we “Walked the Plank” and played Paintball. On route home we stopped in “Shakin Joes” restaurant for some dinner.
1st Class School Tour 2019June 19th, 2019
1st Class had a super fun time exploring Bunratty Castle on their school tour last week. We began by getting a guided tour of the castle itself. We then checked out the different houses/cottages. We saw griddle bread being made over a hot plate, met an Irish Wolf hound, visited the post office and sang some songs for the school principal who told us all about the secrets of the fairies. We did a hunt in the fairy village before getting ice cream in the playground. The children even did some dancing (ie – flossing) to a few Irish jigs being played by the local fiddle player. A great day all round!