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Grandparents' Day

Pupils proudly display the t-shirts they designed and painted for Grandparents' Day.
They also composed a special grandparents' song with the help of Mrs. Lynch and Miss Mulvihill.

Grandparents' Song

We are here today,
To celebrate the love you give to us,
Each and every day,


We're your pride and joy,
Your little girl and boy,
What we wouldn't do,
To please you.

And for those of you,
Up in Heaven who,
Are looking down on us,
How we love you,

We're your pride and joy,
Your little girl and boy,
What we wouldn't do,
To please you.

Ruth Marshall, storyteller, author and heritage specialist visited Scoil Náisiúnta Léana Mhóir on Wednesday. She entertained the children with stories, folklore and seasonal customs for Bealtaine. As a craft activity for this, the pupils made flower garlands using felt and ribbon.

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Proclamation Day

Wednesday November 4th - A day to remember.

Sergeant Dennis McGarry and Gunner Tim Moynihan from the Defence Forces, presented the Tricolour and Proclamation to pupils, staff, parents and friends of Scoil Náisiúnta Léana Mhóir.

Pupils stood proudly as they made a guard of honor to welcome the Defence Forces.

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St. Patrick's Day 2016

A fantastic team effort resulted in Scoil Náisiúinta Léana Mhóir winning best overall entry in the St. Patrick's Day parade. The Lenamore Dragon transpired through the dedicated effort of pupils, staff and parents. Cathriona Moran, parent and local artist, conducted an Art class to explore the children's aspirations for the next 100 years in Ireland. The ideals of strength, fairness, positivity and bravery all came to the fore. The Lenamore Dragon in all its strength and glory represented the Irish people of the past, present and future generations. This beautiful creation came about through the collaborative efforts of parents, pupils and friends of the school in a spirit of goodwill and co-operation.

Listowel Writer's Week


To celebrate Writer’s Week, the pupils attended the following events  “Pugs of the Frozen North”

Writer and illustrator double act Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre took the children on a magical journey to the Frozen North, in the company of brave sled-racers, noodle-eating yetis and sixty six pugs. They enjoyed learning how to draw their own "Pug". 

 “Battle of the Bad Boys”

Francesca Simon of Horrid Henry and Steven Butler of Dennis the Menace held a contest in which Horrid Henry and Dennis the Menace went head to head to prove who was “King of the Bad Boys”.