As part of our preparations for World Book Day today many classes visited Castle Book Shop on Castle Street. We say a big thanks to David all his staff for facilitating this visit! Happy Reading everyone!
Smells of pancakes wafted through the corridors here with many smiling faces following them. Traces of Nutella embellished the big grins. Everyone - staff and students alike joined in the fun and the sharing with many memories made and new skills learned.
Message from Eilís Treacy, Chairperson of our Parents' Association PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION
We invite you, parents and guardians to our Table Quiz in Rockys Bar on Friday, 9th March at 8:30 pm. Cost is €10 per head.
All proceeds raised on the night will be put directly towards IT equipment. We are so proud of the fact that with your help and support we were able to greatly contribute towards the refurbishment of the computer room. Earlier this year we pur
Second Class started early today and learned how to make pancakes in advance of Pancake Tuesday tomorrow! Smells wafted through the corridors and there was a general sense of fun and enjoyment through learning. They then wrote about it in procedural Writing! Rumour has it that Nutella made an appearance but luckily there was no Nutella war!!! Well done Miss Coleman and Miss McNamara!
In Senior Infants we have been learning about different types of homes and houses. We spoke about the different homes that we know: cottages, bungalows, caravans, apartments, detached and semi-detached houses, terraced houses and many more. We also had a go at designing and constructing a home our little teddy bears. We used different equipment and toys from around our classroom. Some girls decided to work together to build their house and some girls designed the inside of t
We celebrated #saferinternetday with a whole school assembly, led by Second Class on the safe use of the Internet. We also included the them of being connected as part of Catholic Schools week. We discussed being truly connected with each other in a safe and proper way. The Second Class ladies excelled themselves through drama, song and music. Well done all!
Skye King won a gold medal in Savate in Budapest lately. She holds the world title in her category. Ashling Treacy received the award for the most improved GAA player at U12 and Mischa Roche received an award in athletics. Well done girls! Very proud of you all!