Cashel Primary Schools Halloween Party!

Cashel Primary Schools are gearing up for a very spooky Halloween next weekend! L/R: Tori Kirwan, Paddy Harty, Katelyn Murphy.
L/R: Tori Kirwan, Paddy Harty, Katelyn Murphy.

L/R: Tori Kirwan, Paddy Harty, Katelyn Murphy.

Halloween Toddler story-time takes place today Wednesday (29th October) at 11am, in Cashel Library. Bring your little ones in fancy dress for stories, dance and spooky fun. Also on the same day a workshop will take place for children aged 7 plus. We will make wizard and witches hats for our Halloween party. The workshop will run from 2-3pm and has spaces for twenty children. Please book!!

Face-painting will be available throughout the afternoon for children who are attending the Halloween party on Wednesday night in the library.

“Witches and Wizards Night” will take place on Wednesday night at 7pm. This time centre stage goes to “Reco the Magician” who will keep us entertained with magic and fun. Thursday 30th October – Halloween Film Afternoon at 2.30pm. All events are free of charge please note the Halloween Workshop & our “Witches & Wizard” night are all bookable events. We also have children’s Halloween competitions running throughout the month so call in and get creative!

The annual Halloween parties organised by the Parent Association of St John the Baptist Boys National School Cashel once again proved to be hugely successful.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday night 1st to 3rd class had their moment in the sun ( or should that be moon) Friday lunchtime infants and junior infants and on Friday night 4th -6th class. Every year these events get more colourful with the children, no doubt aided by their parents putting great thought into their costumes and make-up and this year was no exception. The children came in a great variety of costumes and outfits as witches, skeletons, vampires, to name but a few - and it was clear that a lot of thought and effort had been put into the productions. And it didn’t stop with the children, the rather ghoulish looking character standing at the front door and claiming to be a committee member might have come straight from Transylvania. The two night events were much anticipated as they brought together the pupils from the three schools in the complex to enjoy a disco with DJ Tristan and great fun was had by all. The continued success of this event can be attributed to the great work of those who put a lot of time and effort in to ensure this event is a safe and fun night for all the children.