Settling In For Schooldays At Holy Family And Moyderwell

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THURSDAY morning was a hive of activity in Moyderwell and Holy Family as the children settled into their first days at school.

“It all went very well in our two classes,” said Principal of Moyderwell, Moira Quinlan. “There were a few tears but they settled down quickly so it’s a god sign that they’ll adapt quickly and enjoy their journey in the school,” she said.

“We’ve about 40 new pupils – 20 in each class – two small groups, so it’s a great opportunity for them to get individual attention in classes,” said Ms Quinlan.

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Over in Holy Family, the children were settled down well with teacher Ms Phil Moriarty as they got together for the class photo.

“There was definitely a few tears at the start as there always is but they settled quickly,” said Principal of the school, Ed O’Brien.

“We have around 30 pupils starting. It’s good that it’s a short week at the start to get them settled and used to the new surroundings so we’re looking forward to having them in ┬áthe years ahead,” said Mr O’Brien.

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Ms Moriarty's junior infants class with Principal Ed O'Brien on Thursday morning. Photo by Dermot Crean

Ms Moriarty’s junior infants class with Principal Ed O’Brien on Thursday morning. Photo by Dermot Crean

Ms Sarah Daly's junior infants class in Moyderwell on Thursday morning. Photo by Dermot Crean

Ms Sarah Daly’s junior infants class in Moyderwell on Thursday morning. Photo by Dermot Crean

Ms Janeve Lyons junior infants class at Moyderwell Primary School on Thursday. Photo by Dermot Crean

Ms Janeve Lyons junior infants class at Moyderwell Primary School on Thursday. Photo by Dermot Crean

 

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