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Crannógs


Freemen built the crannógs. They were built on water using stone and wood with clay in the middle. The process would be continued until it was one meter high. In 1834 stone paths were found in a trench along with stone axes, bronze and iron. They also thought they found Irish elk antlers witch would more »

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Me, Molser


On the 12th of January the 5th and 6th class boys went to St. Ita’s hall to see a play called Me, Molser by the Abbey Theatre. The play is an adaptation of the Seán O Casey play, The Plough and the Stars, and tells of what life was like for a young girl named more »

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New Pictures


We have just added lots of new pictures to our gallery. We’ve had some exciting events going on in school recently,

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Portumna Workhouse Visit


In history we were learning about some old buildings in our area. We visited the cathedral and took a walk down to the old workhouse in Loughrea and listened to Mr Monahan talk about the cranógs. Then we decided to go visit Portumna Workhouse. Aaron brought us around the workhouse and told all kinds of more »

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