Well done to the girls from 4th and 5th Class who participated in the #GetAllGirlsActive basketball tournament, organised by Dublin City Council, in Inchicore Sports centre today. The girls played superbly and won both of their pool games, beating St. Audeon’s and The Oblates. These great results gave the team a direct route to the final where they took on Inchicore NS. It was a Continue Reading
4th and 5th class had a brilliant day at Explorium today. We got the chance to ‘explore’ lots of different Science related activities such as gravity, electricity, light, heat, water and forces. We watched an exciting lightning show and also learned about climate change. We got some practical tips about how we can all play a part in saving the planet. Well done to everyone Continue Reading
Thanks to Dublin City Council we were able to arrange for Fintan McAllister from Leinster Cricket to come in to work with our 6th class. We had a fantastic afternoon learning the skills of cricket and we very much look forward to next week’s session. We have some very talented excellent bowler and batters in the class.
We have really enjoyed having Liz with us for creativity in the classroom. Some of our parents joined us before Halloween and we made masks. Our final session was a definite highlight when we printed some nature related ‘lost’ words onto t-shirts. We came across these words on our trip to Botanic Gardens. They are all words that have been removed from the latest version Continue Reading
As part of Science Week, 5th Class investigated inertia and the importance of wearing seat belts in cars. To test and prove this we made Eggmobiles and playdough dummies. To make sure it was a fair test the eggmobiles were all the same size and the dummies were the same weight. The variable that we changed was the seat belt worn. The eggmobile Continue Reading
Well done to the 6th class boys who represented the school excellently at the Drimnagh Castle Basketball Blitz. It was the boys first tournament and the team showed great potential They were unlucky to not get a win over Richmond Barracks. We are looking forward to doing some more training after midterm break to get ready for the next tournament.
The parents council have distributed the sponsorship cards for our schools Halloween walk. All proceeds must be returned to the school with the card.
The book “trottie and the farmyard mystery” will be launched in Inchicore library on Monday October 21st from 6.30pmths book is about the adventures of a young collie dog on. A farm in the west of Ireland. It is written by a former pupil Bernice Marsh. All are welcome to attend.
Fifth class visited the botanic garden s as part of their creativity project. We saw some amazing art, lots of trees flowers plant s and of course squirrels .