What a great adventure it’s been! Starting out as a Tour of Wicklow and suddenly realising we’re capable of way more than that, to taking a detour in Tinahely and continuing on our journey around Leinster.
We completed in access of 650 kms.
Thanks to the parents, the Board of Management, siblings, pets but most importantly the pupils of Moneystown National School who walked, jogged, ran, hiked, cycled, skateboarded, scooted and even SWAM! their virtual way around Leinster, well done all.
Please see below both videos of our adventure as well as the final 3 destinations on our trip.
Glendalough is a remarkable place that will still your mind, inspire your heart and fill your soul.
Avondale House was built in 1777 for Samuel Hayes. He bequeathed it to his friend and fellow MP Sir John Parnell in 1795 and the latter’s great-grandson Charles Stewart Parnell was born there in 1846
Moneystown National School
The school was established on 1st September 1887 with Miss Rose Madden. The school now comprises of five new permanent classrooms.
In October the Boys and Girls of 3rd & 4th classes participated in Gaelic Football blitzes in Bray Emmets. All players acquitted themselves well with great displays of skill and teamwork from the MNS teams. Well done all. #AnMhuineAbú
After An Tóchar’s recent victory in the Co. Final we were lucky enough to receive a visit from some of the players with the Tutty Cup. We had 5 past pupils involved in the team & management: Cian McHugh, Gavin Fogarty, Niall Gaffney (all Class of 2013) as well as Liam Kenna & Michael Kinsella (Class of 1996). Well done all. #AnTócharAbú
Well done to the boys in 4th, 5th & 6th classes who took part in the Cumann na mBunscol Participation Blitz in Bray Emmets GAA Grounds on Thurs 26th Sept.
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