16 March 2016

Proclamation Day

Thanks to all that contributed to Proclamation Day at Nenagh CBS Primary.
It was a wonderful day.
The celebration was marked with respect for a very important moment in our country's history.

Nenagh CBS Primary would also like to thank those who celebrated the Proclamation Day with us as your presence really made the day a special experience.


 Ms McCabe welcomes Ms Anne Boland and Mr Gerry Ryan to the Proclamation Day celebrations.




 Mr Ryan and Ms Boland take their seat among the other dignatories.





Some of our boys await the Proclamtion Day celebration to kick off





 Ms McCabe addresses the crowd.




 Fr. Ger gives a blessing to the day's celebration.















 Mr Ryan raises the flag. 






 Noel Stanley, Nenagh CBS Parents' council, reads the 1916 Proclamation.





 Boys applaud.




 Aaron Galvin, plays "A Nation Once Again"




 Boys from 4th, 5th and 6th class play "Óro sé do Bheatha Bhaile".





 Boys from 6th class read from the School's 2016 Proclamation.





Raffle winners display their prizes.





Mr Ryan and Ms Finn congratulate Willie on his raffle win.








Here is a small sample of the projects and displays carried out by the boys in the build up to Proclamation Day;

Ms Liston's class.

The boys in Ms Liston's class produced this display using the names of the seven signatories.

Ms Barry's class.

The boys in Ms Barry's class researched what life was like around 1916.

Ms Glennon's class.


Ms Glennon's class studied a wide range of themes, looking closely at the history of the tricolour flag.

Mr Hannigan's class.











The boys in Mr Hannigan's class researched the seven signatories of the 1916 Proclamation and the buildings associated with the Easter Rising.




Mr Shine's class.


Mr Shine's class researched the seven signatories of the 1916 Proclamation.