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 .
The children in Ms O’Dwyer’s 2nd Class have been settling into school very well since the start of September. We have had a very busy month and the children are working very hard. They have been doing great writing and having excellent discussions in reading groups. We have also been busy in class learning about Japan and the Rugby World Cup as well as doing Continue Reading
Our school choir have started preparing for the Peace Proms concert in the RDS in February. The choir are really looking forward to taking part again this year. We have been learning songs from the Greatest Showman and Queen.
Hibernation station in our infant class with Hattie the hedgehog and her family.
The 3rd class girls and boys have had a great first month back in school. They have been having lots of fun doing GAA training, swimming lessons and Maths for Fun. It has been great to have some of the parents involved in Maths for Fun, and we look forward to the next few sessions!
The children in 4th class have been enjoying soccer every Thursday with coaches from St. Patrick’s Athletic club! They have also been learning lots with David from St. Pats about links between maths and football. We now all know it’s much better value to buy a season ticket rather than a single entry ticket if you go to the games regularly! The children love practicing Continue Reading
4th class enjoyed a great trip to St. Audoen’s Church on 18th September 2019. We learned lots about Mediaeval life in Ireland. We learned that Dublin was a very dirty city and that there were many diseases around, such as The Plague. However, we also found out that the people were happy and all looked out for each other in the community! We loved learning Continue Reading
Autumn Trees We have been really busy in Senior Infants! Our theme that we have been focusing on has been Autumn. The children created lovely Autumn Trees using their hand prints.