Bright Futures for Bright Beginnings Graduates
Forever Friends: Kieran Jones, Anna McCarthy, Rowena McBride and Oliver Douglas pictured at Bright Beginnings graduation on Wednesday.
Abbie O’Connor proudly displays her graduation certificate from Bright Beginnings. Included are: Marguerite Egan (left) Susan O’Mahony and Catherine Horan.
So how did you do ? enquires Saoirse Riordan as Charlie Tarrant checks out his cert with Patryk Morzydusca at the Bright Beginnings graduation.
Bright Beginnings preschool staff members, Susan O’Mahony (left) and Marguerite Egan at Wednesday’s graduation ceremony.
The Class of 2015: Bright Beginnings Graduates Front from left: Saoirse Riordan, Cameron Swanser, Anna McCarthy, Rowena McBride, Abbie O’Connor, Jean McGuire, Sandra Rzucidlo and Nessa McAuliffe. Back from left: Charlie Tarrant, Isak Delee O’Sullivan, Brid McCarthy, Sara Knurowska, Oliver Douglas, Patryk Morzydusca, Kieran Jones and Michael O’Connell.
Michael O’Connell from Tullugubeen wonders Where to next? as he takes a quiet moment to reflect during Bright Beginnings graduation ceremony on Wednesday.
Wondering what’s out there now following their graduation from Bright Beginnings are: Saoirse McAuliffe, Anna McCarthy, Sandra Rzucidlo and Isak Delee O’Sullivan.
Nessa McAuliffe who graduated from Bright Beginnings on Wednesday pictured with her mom, Mairéad and grandmother, Joan McAuliffe. Photographs by: Liz Galwey
The sky’s the limit for Kieran Jones who is pictured here with classmates Nessa McAuliffe, Jean McGuire and Michael O’Connell. The children graduated from Bright Beginnings Preschool on Wednesday.
Kieran Jones (right) pictured with his mom, Annie and sister, Maria at his graduation from Bright Beginnings Preschool on Wednesday morning.
Bright Beginnings Preschool welcomed family and friends of their young graduates to their Church Street base on Wednesday morning.
The graduation of its 16 students was held outdoors taking full advantage of the fine morning. The little graduates recited poems and sang songs to the delight of the centre’s proud guests.
Preschool staff: Susan O’Mahony, Marguerite Egan and Catherine Horan were thanked for the huge effort they have put in over the year.
Award Winning Facility
Bright Beginnings is located in the award winning Castleisland Family Resource Centre. The preschool opened in March 2009 with just three children and is now at full capacity.
Pupils at the facility are encouraged to learn to play, share and socialize and are provided with a good start for when they go to ‘big school’.
“Children can fall behind quickly when they go to school if they haven’t mixed with their peers or learned basic social skills. Further problems arise if they don’t have a basic grasp of language.
The preschool will support them to develop their language/social and personal skills which will facilitate an easier transition to primary school,” said resource centre spokesperson, Liz Galwey.
The centre runs various craft workshops for children of primary school age during holidays and mid-term breaks. It also conducts a weekly yoga session for children with additional needs during the school term.
A summer camp for children with additional needs will run from July 6th to July 10th and a limited number of places are still available. The centre can be contacted on this and any other business on: 087 75 53 066.