Volume 15, Issue 31
May 21st 2015
Some fabulous fish painted by Senior Infants!
Eamonn Andrews, photographer will be in school tomorrow Friday, 22nd.
Key found in plant pot on day of Plant & Cake Sale, please contact Louise if you think it may be yours.
Term 3 White Envelope Week (WEW). Thanks to everyone who returned their envelope and a little reminder to those who may have forgotten. Receipts have been issued.
School Hall available to rent, city centre location (O’Connell Avenue). For evening and/or weekend use. Cost €25 per hour. Suitable for keep fit, karate etc. Own insurance needed. For further information or to view contact Louise 061 412994.
Please let us know if your child is not returning to LSP in September.
Down Syndrome Ice Cream Day, Wednesday May 27th 11.00am-2.20pm in halla.
Internet Safety Talk: Reminder that internet safety talk with Dr Maureen Griffin will take place on Wednesday 3rd June. There will be crèche facilities available if there is enough interest. Please let us know in advance if you’d like to avail of the crèche.
The children made €627.58, selling cakes at the Spring Fair last week, thanks to all those who baked & bought cakes & buns.
The school choir will perform next Thursday 28th at 1.30pm in school hall for 1st to 6th class. Parents are welcome; particularly those of children who might like to join next year.
UL Sports Day 2015
LSP athletes represented the school at the Primary School Sports in UL yesterday. We are very proud of all the pupils who took part from 1st to 6th class and especially proud of the boy’s team who came 1st and brought a trophy back to school. Well done everyone.
UL was an awesome time. There were boys and girls. The boys had won the running title for LSP. Everybody was super. By Anthony, 4th class
Our girl’s basketball team went to UL to compete against Salesians Primary School last Thursday. We were beaten 16-11. They were really tough but we played really well. We got 2nd place medals. Even though we lost it was great to get to the final. We came 2nd in the Limerick Primary School League. By Alexa 4th class
Dark navy boy’s Adidas jacket with 3 orange stripes on sleeves & a hood missing. Age 11 years. Please drop into office if found.
Parent Teacher Association News
Spring Plant and Cake Sale
A great day was had by all at this year’s Spring Plant and Cake Sale, which took place last Friday May 15th. A wonderful range of plants was on display and many gardening enthusiasts young and old came out on the day to support the event. A wonderful selection of delicacies was sold in the school halla and all the children enjoyed the event. A big thank you to all those who volunteered to help out on the day and to all those who donated plants and cakes. Thanks to the parents, grandparents, teachers, school staff and children for all the support.
Animal Magic have had to postpone due to unforeseen circumstances, they will reschedule before summer break. LSP.
Final Coffee Morning
There will be a final coffee morning of the year on Friday June 12th outside the staff room from 8.30-10.00 am; all are welcome for a free cup of tea/coffee and a chat with other parents
Talk to incoming Jnr Infants Class Parents
Last Monday evening the PTA chairperson, Pat, was involved, along with the Board Of Management Chair, Richard, the principle Orla and Jenni in giving a talk to the incoming Jnr infants class parents. Pat spoke on the value of the Parent Teacher Association in the school, how it operates, and spoke on the number of events that the PTA has carried out over the past year. He added that the committee is always interested in having new members and that there would be an opportunity to join the committee at the next AGM
The PTA constitution is now up online on school website. This is a working document which will be ratified at the AGM in September.
Second Level School – Expressions of Interest
Are you interested in having an Educate Together Second Level School in Limerick? If so please fill out an Expression of Interest Form. Forms will be available in the school foyer next week. Alternatively you can submit your expression at:
We need as many expressions as possible to demonstrate to the Dept of Education that families in Limerick wish to have an Educate Together secondary school.
The National Parents Council Primary Conference 2015
Building Brighter Futures
Partnership for Success
Date: Saturday 13th June
Time: 10.30 am-4 pm (registration with tea/coffee from 10.15 am.
Venue: National college of Ireland, Mayor Street, Dublin 1 (situated in the IFSC, on the Luas red line, Mayor Square –NCI stop).
Conference is open to ALL parents (not just those on the parent association committee).
ADMISSION IS FREE – lunch will be provided.
Places are limited, to secure attendance you must register in advance, book your place early to avoid disappointment!