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5th Class Tour

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Presentation of Marathon Certificates

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Belgrove Proclamation 2016

We invite you to see our ‘Proclamation for a New Generation’

This is a Proclamation for 2016 which reflects our vision for a modern Ireland.

Click to Read the Proclamation

Belgrove Proclamation 2016

Healthy Living Week 2015

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Oct. 2015 Newsletter

NEWSLETER October 2015

Clontarf Events for Hallowe’en 2015

Clontarf Tourism Events for Halloween 2015

Weird and Spooky Fancy Dress Party

Obituary to Michele

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Michele Doyle – the Smallest Flower

On Friday 22nd of May we gathered in sadness to accompany Michele Doyle on her final journey.  Overhead streams of planes undertook crossings of their own and their rumblings competed with Fr Pat’s liturgy. We thanked God for the gift that was Michele and paid tribute to her courage in the face of the previous months’ adversity.

Michele joined our school in 2006 as a Special Needs Assistant, having already spent two years in Belgrove Junior Boys’ School.  During these years she was steadfast in her devotion to the pupils and, as a testament to such dedication, many boys from her first class nine years ago assembled to pay their respects.  While in hospital, she likened her treatment to ’an army of red jumpers’ that was periodically summoned to help defend her from illness – such was her regard for the boys of Belgrove.  Indeed it is fitting that those red jumpers never let her down, as boys from her current class provided a guard of honour on reception to St Anthony’s and the school choir accompanied her departure.

Of the many memories shared of Michele during the weeks since her passing, her kindness and empathy were discernible.  On yard she would discretely monitor interactions and ensure that all boys were treated fairly, when supervising classes she would give unsuspecting boys a heads-up before the return of the class teacher and finally, her unconditional encouragement of pupils in their daily undertakings was admirable.

Michele was a devoted wife to Tom and mother to Robbie and her late son Stephen. She spoke lovingly of her family: she enjoyed keeping us up to date with Robbie’s study habits, she frequently volunteered Tom’s photography services to the school and she always kept Stephen’s memory alive in conversation.

This time each year Michele’s smiling, sun kissed face and the splash of freckles were a welcome sign that summer was getting under way.  This summer we will thank God for the privilege of Michele’s friendship and remember her in the beauty of the long bright evenings when we take the dog for a walk along the seafront or in ‘the smallest flower’ and ’ biggest tree’, as sung by her close friends at her requiem Mass.

Texaco Art competition 2015

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Congratulations to Sam Julian Grace who was awarded a Certificate of Merit in this year’s Texaco Childrens’ Art Competition.

Fun Social Evening in Clontarf Rugby Club

Belgrove Senior Boys School are holding a Fun Social Evening in Clontarf Rugby club on Friday 30th Jan. 8.30 – late. While this is in aid of the school, it hoped it will be a big Clontarf Community event and everyone is invited.
There will be music on the night and food provided by Kinara. All ticket proceeds go to the school and 50% of food revenue will also be donated, with grateful thanks to Kinara.
Tickets €10 (over 18s) available from the school or Ciara Foley on 086 1088111.

 

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