6th Class Confirmation – August 21st 2020

Dear Parents,

After consultation with the parish, we are delighted to announce that confirmation has been rescheduled for Friday the 21st of August at 5pm in Our Lady of Lourdes Church. It will be a simple, pared back ceremony in line with social distancing guidelines. The following health and safety measures will be in place for the wellbeing of all concerned.

  • Each candidate for confirmation may bring a maximum of 3 adult guests, one of whom to be the child’s sponsor
  • Each group will be given an assigned seat.
  • There will be no mass.
  • The ceremony will be performed by the parish and the bishop will not be in attendance.
  • The boys will receive the Rite of Confirmation from their seats.

It is essential that the boys produce a copy of their baptismal certificate in order to make confirmation. I know many of you have done this already but if you still need to submit a copy please do so as soon as possible. We will accept a photograph of the certificate emailed to us if you consent to send it in that format and the information contained in it will only be used for the purposes of confirmation in line with our GDPR policy.

We will be in touch at a later date with regard to order of service, preparation and seating arrangements.

As we are all aware, we live in uncertain times and the arrangements for confirmation are dependent on Road Map for Reopening Ireland going ahead as planned.

Is mise le meas,

Sarah Bradley


Google Classroom Login

As you may be aware, from next Monday (30th March), 6th Class students’ will be receiving work on Google Classroom to be completed on a daily basis. Check out the videos below to see how to log into Google Classroom on PC/Laptop or on a Smart Phone/Tablet device.

Google Classroom Login on PC/Laptop

Google Classroom Login on Smart Phone/Tablet


Louth 11-A-Side Soccer Tournament

Well done to all the lads who took part in the 11-a-side soccer competition in DKIT. We finished second in our group which gets us a place in the finals day in January. Excellent performances from everybody and super behaviour – you should be very proud lads!


R9 Google Trip

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The boys in R9 had an amazing day in Dublin today. We went on a 1916 Rising history walk, taking in Beggar’s Bush Barracks, Northumberland Rd. and Mount St. Bridge. After that the lads were treated to a guided tour of Google’s European headquarters followed by a career talk from Google staff and a virtual reality experience.

5th and 6th Lunchtime Soccer Fixtures

Well done to everyone taking part in the lunchtime soccer. 5th and 6th class pupils have shown amazing skill and teamwork, as well as demonstrating great respect and encouragement for each other no matter what their level of soccer is! Keep it up lads!

Here are the next round of fixtures:

6th – Round 219/02/2019

Team 1 Vs Team 2 (11:00)
Team 4 Vs Team 3 (12:30)

Team 8 Vs Team 5 (12:40)
Team 7 Vs Team 6 (12:50)

5th – Round 3: 27/02/2019

Team 4 Vs Team 3 (11:00)
Team 1 Vs Team 2 (12:30)

Team 8 Vs Team 6 (12:40)
Team 5 Vs Team 7 (12:50)

3-D Printing Workshop

As part of the Louth Science Festival the boys in R9 were treated to a 3-D printing workshop in Drogheda Library. The boys were extremely interested and engaged in the lesson and as a souvenir we got to take back to school a 3-D printed hand. 6E10AF68-D02C-464C-8632-A24CE696B3ACFC154CEB-46CD-448B-A962-84881E394450C5BBC805-5A70-4442-9C61-123DAEB9882A E753E0A2-73F2-424C-A3DB-13749DE4250C

Games Day in R9

As a reward for good behaviour and working hard, the lads in R9 had a games day. We had lots of fun and learned some new games too. Well done to the ‘Barbie Boys’ who won the quiz, earning a homework pass each! IMG_5871 IMG_5867 IMG_5865 IMG_5864 IMG_5862 IMG_5882 IMG_5881 IMG_5880 IMG_5878 IMG_5876 IMG_5874 IMG_5872

R8 Pizza Party!

Well done to the lads in R8! As a reward for brilliant attendance and completing their Superstars chart they were treated to a pizza party and DVD! Thanks to Ms. Horan and Ms. Russell for organising the treat!!