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Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week

During anti-bullying week, we reflected on what it really means to be a bully or a buddy. On our school, we are all trying to be buddies to each other every day. We discussed how our hearts feel if bullies annoy us and how important it is to stand up to bullies. Be...

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All Ireland trophy comes to Deravoy

All Ireland trophy comes to Deravoy

We were privileged and absolutely thrilled to welcome back our past pupils Cathal Mac Anespie and Pearse Mc Kenna, who brought in the winning All Ireland Cup, the Lory Meagher Cup for winning the All Ireland Hurling Final for County Monaghan. It is a great honour for...

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Marine Plastic Pollution

Marine Plastic Pollution

Our debating team competed in the second round of the Concern Debating competition organised by Monaghan Education Centre. Rang a cúig agus rang a sé worked hard with their research and arguments. This debate focussed on plastic pollution in our oceans and the...

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Artist in Residence

Artist in Residence

As part of our continuing creative schools’ initiatives, we have an artist working in our school, in partnership with some of the teachers. It’s the TAP Programme, which is run in conjunction with our local Monaghan Education Centre. This year Mary Murphy from Armagh,...

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Skeleton Sketches

Skeleton Sketches

Junior and Senior Infants came together with 3rd and 4th class to create a Halloween picture of Jack the Skeleton. The children had great fun working together.

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Happy Halloween everyone!

Happy Halloween everyone!

We had a wonderful day at Deravoy for our Halloween Book Character Day! Everyone dressed up as their favourite book character and gave oral presentations to their classmates. Our Tionól also reflected the Halloween theme with poetry and spooky art. Bhain gach duine...

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Pumpkin Surprise

Pumpkin Surprise

Huge work was put into making our colourful and creative pumpkins! Well done everyone. We also done some lovely pumpkin art in our class. Maith sibh!

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