‘The Nationalist’ will carry a special supplement featuring Junior Infants from across our area starting off on their first day in school this week!
It will be a wonderful souvenir for the children - and their parents and grandparents - of that very special day in a child's life.
We will have beautiful group photos of pupils - from Ayle in the west to Poulacapple in the east, from Ballyporeen up to Dualla, and all points in between.
We will feature all the big town schools and the smaller rural schools.
This will be a issue not be missed.
Schools to be featured include -
SS Peter and Paul's, Clonmel; Sisters of Charity, Clonmel; Presentation Convent, Clonmel; St. Oliver's, Clonmel; Gaelscoil Chluain Meala; St. Mary's Parochial School, Clonmel; Powerstown, Clerihan, Lisronagh, Rathkeevin, Our Lady of Mercy, Cahir; St. John the Baptist, Cashel; Presentation Carrick on Suir; St. Joseph's, Tipperary town; St. Michael's, Tipperary town; Holy Trinity, Fethard; Gaelscoil Tiobraid Arann; Gaelscoil Carraig na Suire; Ardfinnan, Thomastown, Rosegreen, Dualla, Tankerstown, Killenaule, Burncourt, Ballydrehid, Ayle, Ballyporeen, Boherlahan, Mullinahone, Kilsheelan, Ballingarry, Golden, Poulacapple, Moyglass, Cloneen, Killurney, Annacarty, Clogheen, Newcastle, Cappawhite, Grangemockler, Ballyneale, Knockavilla, Drangan, New Inn, Thomastown, Clonoulty, Ballylooby, Cullen, Shronell, Mount Bruis, Monard and Bansha.
We thank all the schools that have submitted photos of their Junior Infants.
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