A huge thanks to all the grandparents who visited our school today.
Amber Flag Committee with some help from Miss King and Miss Ward’s 4th class facilitated a Wellness Day in the hall for all classes. Everyone enjoyed plenty of relaxation with meditation, yoga, mindfulness colouring, rollerball relaxation and positive quotes.’
Well done to our girls who represented our school in the 5 a side soccer today. We finished fourth.
Well done to both fourth classes for organising the day’s activities it was all for a very good cause.
A huge thank you to everyone involved in making this night so special. The infant department were dressed in pyjamas and bathrobes as they listened to a bed time story from our story teller. Hot chocolate and cookies were the order of the night.
Well done to all our students from 5th and 6th class who represented our school in the FAI competition today. Our girls won their competition and are through to the Kildare County Finals next month. Hard luck to our boys who were narrowly beaten one nil in their final.
Well done to our boys and girls soccer teams who won their first games today.
We have lift off.
Well done to all our children for their superb performances at our Christmas Concert. A special mention to the sunshine corridor for their nativity performance. They were outstanding on the night.
Well done to the students on the red corridor who sprung a surprise birthday for their teacher this week.
Well done to Ben who represented our school at The Intel Mini Science regional finals on Friday. He had to present his project in Blanchards Town I.T. Watch out for this scientist in the future!
Miss King and Miss Ward’s 4th Class were visited by RTÉ journalist Joan O Sullivan today (17/11/17). Joan works on the foreign desk, and the children were intrigued listening to stories about her recent trip to Djibouti in North East Africa. The icing on the cake for the visit was watching Joan’s news report from last Christmas of a very unusual sighting with a red nosed reindeer in the Phoenix Park. Joan will be investigating more Christmas capers this year for RTÉ news, so keep an eye out!