On behalf of the pupils of 6th Class, we would like to express our sincere gratitude at the wonderful support of the 6th Class cake sale last Friday. The children raised a grand total of €560! We are so proud of the children in 6th Class for organising such a fantastic event & we have already purchased some new soccer balls for the yard out of their fundraising efforts.
Once again many thanks for your support of this event,
My name is Caoimhe Deane & I am in 6th Class. As we are nearly finished our time in Scoil Chill Ruadháin, Brooklodge, we are organising a cake sale for this Friday, June 18th, as we would like to fundraise for school equipment & leave a legacy behind us when we leave this school. I wrote a poem to give you all the information you & your child need:
By Caoimhe Deane
6th Class are putting on a cake sale,
For students’ female & male.
6th Class want to leave their mark,
By fundraising for new equipment – maybe in the park!
Next Friday June 18th is when this cake sale starts,
We’ll go from door to door until we are done our parts.
We’ll sell queen cakes, Rice Krispie cakes and Rocky Road,
50 cents + is all that is owed.
Different cakes for every class,
Don’t worry we’ll stay distant to make this moment last.
We’ll do our part & wear a mask,
A school donation is all we ask!
Cake Sale will take place this Friday, June 18th.
All children are asked to bring in a donation of 50c (or more if they wish!)
One cake per child.
Fundraising for school equipment – some ideas 6th Class have had is to buy new soccer balls, basketball hoops for the yard & Science equipment.
Many thanks to everyone for all your support yesterday as we celebrated the 30 year Anniversary of the Cork double with our RED DAY. We are delighted to announce that we raised €1084.92 for Marymount Hospice.
It was a great day for everyone in Brooklodge NS! I hope you had an opportunity to watch us on Virgin Media news yesterday (12.30 and 5.30pm). It is still available on catch-up online.
See below link to the report on our RED DAY which appeared on today’s Echo.
Baby Alana and her mum called in recently to collect the cheque for money raised during our non-uniform day. Alana’s cousins are pupils in Scoil Chill Ruadhain and her sister is a past pupil. We were delighted to give our support and to meet Alana.
Next week, we will be hosting a school book fair here in Scoil Chill Ruadhain. This is a wonderful opportunity for our school community to buy some great books and for every book sold the school will receive a large percentage to purchase books for our libraries – last year we received over €3000! It’s also a super time to start Christmas shopping!
Children will be given the opportunity to view the books on Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th. Parents and other members of the community are invited to come to the school hall to buy books on Wednesday 16th from 9:15am – 9.45am and on Thursday 17th from 9:15am – 9.45am and 1:15pm – 4:30pm. Children will also be given the chance to buy books on these days.
Thank you so much to everyone who supported our coffee morning for Autism Awareness this morning! We would also like to thank our wonderful Parents Association for running the event and making it possible!
As you may know April is Autism Awareness Month. This week everyone is Scoil Chill Ruadháin is getting ready to do their bit to raise awareness. The children will be taking part in many activities throughout the week and the whole school will be wearing blue jeans on Friday to mark the occasion.
We will also be holding a coffee morning on Friday from 9-11am in the school halla and all are welcome! All funds raised will be going towards buying equipment for Seoidín, which is our class for children with autism.