‘Wall of Hope’ at Golden NS for Daffodil Day

Children and teachers from Golden National School pictured in front of their Daffodil Day Wall where they presented the proceeds of a collection to the Irish Cancer Society. Front: Kelly Ryan, Jack Currivan, Mikey Bergin, Sarah O'Keeffe, Levi Loveridge, Cian Ryan, Lauren Dalton, Harry Fogarty.  Back: Sinead Kennedy, Thomas Lyng,  Margaret Hennessey ( Chairperson Cashel Daffodil Day Commitee) and Eoghan Morrissey (Principal Golden National School)
The Irish Cancer Society have developed a great new initiative for our local primary schools. Its a pack of daffodil designs that children can colour in and pin up to create a “Wall of Hope” with their classmates. Each daffodil gives power to the Daffman Superhero so that he can give energy to our Night Nurses enabling them to stay awake and help sick people through the night.

The Irish Cancer Society have developed a great new initiative for our local primary schools. Its a pack of daffodil designs that children can colour in and pin up to create a “Wall of Hope” with their classmates. Each daffodil gives power to the Daffman Superhero so that he can give energy to our Night Nurses enabling them to stay awake and help sick people through the night.

A little collection for Daffodil Day takes place at the same time.

The staff and pupils at Golden National School created a “Wall of Hope” to implement awareness of Daffodil Day in the community. Using the spring theme, the children from infants to 6th class brought in their own skills and creations as well as using the Daffodil Day designs pack. We wish to thank the parents for their help and support. It is so much appreciated.