Rock Mountain Scratch Projects

As part of CODEWEEK.EU 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th classes created a programme in Scratch to teach the tune “Rocky Mountain”. Each day we added new pieces of code and 1st and 2nd classes came in to see how we were doing and to test our programme. Everyone is working on their project and you can see some of them here.   We’re still working

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5km run/jog/walk

The 5 km run/jog/walk was a fundraiser for Lumcloon N.S. in Lough Boora Discovery Park. It was held on Sunday 25th of September 11.00 am.  There were prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd runners and no prizes given out to walkers/joggers and if pupils got €30 sponsorship on their support sheet they got to go in for free. The weather at the start was sunny

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Good Byes For Now

We say our good byes to Mrs Farrelly and Ms Donohoe who left us this year. We wish them good luck in their new schools. We also wish our old sixth class; Conor, Sarah and Dylan good luck at secondary school. And a special mention to Ms Kerin, we can’t wait to see you again next year. We wish Diar all the best in his

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About Our School

Our school was built in 1964. It is situated between Cloghan and Kilcormac. We have five teachers in our school, Mrs. Doolan, Mr. Gilligan, Miss Kerin and Mrs. Farrelly and Ms Donohoe. Rosemary McGarry is our school secretary. The school was refurbished in 2005 and the new building was officially opened on May 6th by Brian Cowen, then Minister of Finance and Dr. Colm O’Reilly, Bishop of Ardagh and Clonmacnois.

The principal’s name is Mrs Doolan. Lumcloon National School replaced Bun National School which was opened in 1885. Our school originally had two classrooms. Children from Lumcloon, Bun and Derrycarney attended Lumcloon National School. In 1976 a neighbouring school in Leamore in the parish of Ferbane was amalgamated with Lumcloon National School and the children from that school came to Lumcloon.

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