Flags for Frontline Heroes

Dear Parents/Guardians and Students, Across the country, children are coming to a new realisation that heroes come in many forms and that many of them in fact are in their own homes. In the face of the Global COVID-19 pandemic, these heroes are their parents, cousins, neighbours and friends who are spending long hours day…

Easter Parade

Sadly our annual Easter Parade won’t happen this year…. But what if all you creative students designed a costume for a potato(or any other vegetable) instead?! We could have an online photo Parade!! Send all your photos to katesmyth@mercyconvent.ie Thank you!!!

Roald Dahl

For anyone who loves Roald Dahl and his work…. If you’re looking for things to do at home, we’ve got lesson plans, activities and videos – and they couldn’t be easier to find. ➡️ roalddahl.com/things-to-do-indoors

Statement from the President of Ireland

Statement from President of Ireland following his signature of the Health (Preservation and Protection and other Emergency Measures in the Public Interest) Bill 2020 Following his consideration and signing of the Health (Preservation and Protection and other Emergency Measures in the Public Interest) Bill 2020, President Michael D. Higgins has released the following statement: “As…

The Feast of the Annunciation

Tomorrow is the Feast of the Annunciation attached are some resources that you might like to use with your families. These resources can also be downloaded from https://www.kandle.ie/the-feast-of-the-annunciation-invitation-to-pray/ Included in these resources is an Invitation to Pray with Pope Francis and Bishop Denis tomorrow, March 25, at 12 noon. Pope Francis wants people all over the world to…

The Feast of St. Joseph

Today, the 19th of March is the Feast of St Joseph, husband of Mary. You can help your child celebrate and learn about St. Joseph by accessing the resources below. You can find the resources here https://www.kandle.ie/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Celebrating-the-Feast-of-St-Joseph-Husband-of-Mary.pdf