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Newcestown National School

Bishop Galvin Central School

We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our school website. Bishop Galvin Central School is a Roman Catholic Primary School recognised by the Department of Education and Science as a mixed primary school under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cork and Ross.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide the means by which all pupils can flourish and reach their full potential, including a living relationship with God and with other people.

Our vision is to provide a happy, caring and safe learning environment for all members of the school community. Our school is a partnership between children, parents, staff and management and the parish community as a whole.

Our school aim is to ‘be the best it can be’.

As Principal of Bishop Galvin Central School, I invite you to browse our website. I hope you enjoy it and please feel free to contact me should you require any further information.

Le gach dea ghuí,

Dorothy O’ Donovan

‘Le chéile ar aghaidh’

School News

Science Club 2024

The parent-led Science and Nature Club ran again over February and March for 3rd and 4th class. Studies have shown that introducing science in a fun way early in education can leave a lasting impression. Whether it’s opening up their curiosity or increasing their...

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Mrs O'Callaghan Retires

 

Today the school principal made a presentation on behalf of the Board of Management to Mrs. O’Callaghan. Her grandchildren Charlotte and Andrew presented Marie with a gift voucher which Marie wants to use to purchase an I- pad to keep  in contact with her family in Australia .

Marie has worked in the school for over 20 years and showed great interest and dedication in keeping the school clean and tidy. She had great knowledge of the school and parish going back to her own school days, in what is now the parish hall.

We wish her well in her retirement  and hope that when the pandemic is over she will call into the school often for a chat and a cup of tea.

We look forward to celebrating 50 years of the opening of the central school with Marie next September!

 

Today the school principal made a presentation on behalf of the Board of Management to Mrs. O’Callaghan. Her grandchildren Charlotte and Andrew presented Marie with a gift voucher which Marie wants to use to purchase an I- pad to keep  in contact with her family in Australia .

Marie has worked in the school for over 20 years and showed great interest and dedication in keeping the school clean and tidy. She had great knowledge of the school and parish going back to her own school days, in what is now the parish hall.

We wish her well in her retirement  and hope that when the pandemic is over she will call into the school often for a chat and a cup of tea.

We look forward to celebrating 50 years of the opening of the central school with Marie next September!

 

 

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