We were so proud when we heard we had a winner from our very own class in the prestigious Texaco art competition. Gabriela who we all know in Room 16 is a world class artist won a prize with a beautiful depiction of her grandad. She received a certificate, monetary prize and an art set […]
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We really benefitted from practicing Role play techniques to demonstrate how to deal with difficult situations arising from online photographs going viral and arming ourselves with strategies on how to prevent it happening .
Summer beach art, summer sunshine in Grangegorman and a trip to Mcdonalds followed by daisy chain making!
We really loved our Sketch notes study techniques Webinar in room 17 as we learned strategies on how to put information from our short term memory into our long term memory through doodles and sketching. These will be a set of skills we will bring forward with us next year and indeed in Secondary school […]
We popped up to Stanhope Street convent beside our school to send some messages of love and support during these difficult and challenging times. .
We were so proud to receive our Blue Flag and it was so well deserved as the pupils from third class upwards have been working so hard all year learning about the EU. They completed amazing work, research, art work and outstanding project work. We look forward to flying it high on a flagpole very […]
We were beyond excited when we discovered we could register our class for a personal zoom call with the champion jockey Rachael Blackmore. Aintree grand national winner and Cheltenham head jockey this year. She has made history being the first female jockey to win the Grand National. A personal favourite for Miss O Grady coming […]
We were so thrilled when Mrs Delaney announced we were getting a new outdoor space with a canopy on our school yard. We can now have some of our classes outdoors. We then heard we could enter a competition to win 30 pop up chairs. We were well up for the challenge! Fifth class […]
We had a wonderful celebration on May 13th to celebrate Europe day and conclude our years work for the the blue star programme. Sixth, Fifth, Fourth and Third classes had an amazing year learning about the E.U. We invited the whole school up to the top floor to see our E.U museum and join in […]
Our starting point on the corridor on the top floor! As we were reading Anne Frank’s diary and learning all about the history of the E.U for our Blue Star Programme, we decided to get creative and recreate the very space where Anne spent two years in hiding during the war outside our very own […]