Dance workshops and Martial Arts kicked off Active School Week in Stanhope Street. We are really looking forward to the rest of the week and all it has in store for us!
This week we had some new pupils in Stanhope Street Primary School. These were mainly four-legged pupils! Yes we got to meet lots of farm animals- guinea pigs, rabbits, hens, cockerels, hens, pigs, goats and even a llama lamb! All the classes were so excited to be able to hold and feed the farm animals. […]
Sixth class have been extremely busy lately learning all about the different types of Engineers. For Engineers Week we took on different challenges working as various different types of engineers. The children worked as structural engineers designing buildings using spaghetti and marshmallows. To stimulate an earthquake we used a bowl full of jelly. Each child […]
Eva, Andrada, Martina and Nicole popped in with their principal Mr O Brien from St. Josephs Secondary school to tell us about their wonderful school and their personal experiences of attending St. Josephs. We were very proud to see what beautiful inspirational girls they had become.
Thirteen of the 6th class children received the Sacrament of Confirmation on the 8th March. The children were very lucky to have Archbishop Diarmuid Martin as the minister of the sacrament on the day. We had a great day and celebrated the joyous occasion with our family and friends. On Tuesday 13th March the children […]
Due to the snow days we decided to reschedule World Book Day but wow did we enjoy it! Every child in our school chose books to read quietly together on the corridor and then we met some of the characters from our favourite stories! We also entered a book competition in school. We either wrote […]
Room 17, Fifth Class welcomed their families into the parents room today for a hands on cookery demonstration. The beautiful aromas wafted down the corridor as the children showed off their culinary skills. Here are the recipes so you can make this delicious food at home yourself!
We have been having great fun in second class learning the operation transformation dance: it’s your move. We practised the tutorials in January and February and now we are enjoying doing the dance for excercise and fun :-).
In second class, we used our hand prints to create lovely flowers for our Mums and Nannies. Some of us made a vase for them and some of us wrapped them in a bow.
The school will be closed on Wednesday 28th Feb, Thursday 1st March and Friday 2nd March. We will reopen on Monday 5th March.