A big congratulations to the Green School Committee who have been working hard for two years helping our school go Green! We have been reducing our waste, re-using everything we can think of and recycling everything we can. We were finally awarded our Green Flag to acknowledge all of our hard work and we had […]
‘Both Fifth classes and Sixth class dramatisation of the Bible stories ‘ Jairus’ Daughter’, ‘The wedding in Cana’, and ‘The boy in the temple’.
The second class girls travelled all the way to Dundrum yesterday to Mill Theatre for a very exciting production of Roald Dahl’s ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’. We had a picnic outside by the pond afterwards. We had a great day, and even met some new furry friends……
Our school would like to wish every success to the Stoneybatter Festival which runs from June 22nd – 24th. We are delighted to be taking part in the festival and would like to invite people to come for a tour of our beautiful new building at 10.15 am on Saturday 23rd. There will also be a […]
On Friday, we invited our parents into our classes to have a look at the art we have enjoyed making all year. Every classroom in the school was full of colorful paintings, drawings, clay pieces etc. The day was a great success. A big thank you to all of the parents who came in on […]
Last week, the musical group known as Graffiti Classics came to perform at our school. They are a string quartet with a difference. They performed various types of music for the children. They also danced, chatted to us about their instruments and told a few jokes along the way. The children thoroughly enjoyed the performance!
Eight representatives from the Green Schools Committee attended The Green Schools Ceremony in The Helix on 22nd May. They performed the school rap and were presented with our school’s first green flag! We began our Green Schools campaign in September 2016 and since then have been recycling and working hard to reduce waste and keep […]
Room 15 children have been learning all about magnets. Today, we took time to explore lots of different styles of magnets and objects that they attract/ do not attract. We used words like ‘magnetic’, ‘attract’, ‘pole’ and ‘repel’ as we had fun playing around with the resources.
On Friday our 4th class, fifth classes and sixth class took part in a wonderfully challenging chess tournament hosted by Seamas, our inspirational chess teacher, who motivates our students every Friday by teaching them to use clever strategies and techniques to outsmart their partners. The winning girls received beautiful medals and trophies provided by Seamas. […]
Amazing artists in Room 17 looking forward to their summer holidays in the sunshine.