Author Archives: David Donegani

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tracking the progress of the new Ashmount School

New year. New School

The New year has arrived and the new Ashmount School is ready for action. We’ve started the ‘big move’. It’s a bit like moving house, but with loads more stuff!  However, it’s all worth it as we eagerly anticipate the arrival of everyone for … Continue reading

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We did it!

Last Thursday nine of us set of on our challenge to swim the 12 days of Christmas. Two hours and 31 minutes later we all completed the task, having swum a total of 83 kilometres, or 50 miles, or across the … Continue reading

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‘Let’s swim the 12 days of Christmas’

Back in the middle of summer (do you remember it – the long days, sunshine and warmth), in another moment of madness, our group of lunch time swimmers decided to swim the 12 days of Christmas. It comprises the following: … Continue reading

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Is that a UFO inspecting the new school?

It’s hard to keep up with the progress in the new school as we near completion – everything changes on a daily basis. New things arrived to be installed around the rooms inside, the front drive is soon to be tarmacked and some of … Continue reading

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Nearly a year later . . . .

Summer has passed and the clocks have changed, but the work to complete the final stages of the new school goes on. The canopy at the front of the school is up and the drive around the front is nearing completion. … Continue reading

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September’s Update

Things are moving along very quickly now. Photos below are from the third week in September following one of our site meetings. Most of the rooms are painted; grass is beginning to be laid around the back of the school; … Continue reading

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The sky is blue and things are looking good!

With the recent warm weather it seem that everything in the garden has moved on at a pace – and so too with progress on the new school. Some of the externals have taken on their final form; internal walls have gone up … Continue reading

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