Ray of Sunshine show off their budding artists

Ray of Sunshine Morning and After School services operate all-year round ( 7am till 7pm – times may vary for certain schools) and offer affordable care to each and every child that attend our afterschools service on an ad hoc basis and all our out of term camps. Their camps run all day and cap full day rates for affordability and/or hourly rates for flexibility. 

Their camp locations are in Wicklow town, Annacura, and Arklow, with plenty of spaces still left at each. Why not visit their website for more?

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The three-time award-winning morning and after-school service have decided to use this opportunity to showcase all the amazing art work from each of our afterschool schools. Some of the childern wanted to write a little note about Ray of sunshine to add to their art projects.

“We are very proud of all our children and the hard work they put in to each project.” Says owner Amanda.

Take a look at all their fine work in the gallery below!

St. Patrick’s NS- Football and Popcorn project.

Holy Rosary – Water Park & Playdough

Pastoral Centre – Houses, man on a bike, and Valentine bags for the childern’s families 

Annacurra and AughrimLighthouses & Animal Art

St. John’s, St Micheal’s, and St Peter’s Arklow Under the sea theme and forest animal theme 

St Coens NS – Puppet art, wall tree art, and funny face icing food art

Gaelscoil Chill Mhantain – The solar system and paper plate art 

Special Letters

Want to find out more about Ray of Sunshine and their upcoming camps? Then visit their website for everything you’ll need to know, and make sure to LIKE them on Facebook for regular updates.

Information for schools interested in having a Morning & Afterschool onsite serivce

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