Great news to finish off a succesful year in recycling single use plastics in St. Thomas’s! Our Eco-brick project received a Silver Award in our category in the Young Environmentalist Awards organised by Eco -Unesco. We are delighted to have gotten this and we could not have won it without the help of all the children and staff of St.… Read More
Great news! All the hard work the children and staff have been putting into making EcoBricks this year has paid off yet again! We are in the finals of yet another national competition – the Young Environmentalist Awards!… Read More
Our excellent video on recycling single use plastic has been entered into the Solar Schools 2020 Competition. We now need your votes to help the video get through to the judging round. Please click on the link below to go straight to our schools video.… Read More
St. Thomas’ Senior National School has successfully reached the regional final of the “One Good Idea” competition. RTÉ News2Day visited our school to see what our Plastic Packaging Pirates have achieved so far. We showed them how we make eco-bricks using single-use plastics and then use them to make furniture such as chairs, stools and tables.… Read More
In Ms Kiernan’s class we are continuing to recycle different types of single use plastics that are in our school. This time we are using the bread wrappers from our breakfast club to make ecobricks. We are conducting an experiment to see how many ecobricks we can make by the end of the school year.… Read More
On Tuesday 24th our class along with Ms. Flynn’s got to go to Dominoes in The Square. We got to go on this a trip as a reward for good behaviour! We took the 27 bus from outside the school and we got off at The Square!… Read More
The children in Room 13, with the rest of the 6th Classes recently received the sacrament of Confirmation.
Here are some pictures of us in our classroom on the day our Class Photo was taken! We had lots of fun!… Read More
Check out all the work that is being displayed by the 6th Class students in our school! Our corridor is bright, colourful and full of learning!
Congratulations to all the spelling bee winners on the 6th Class corridor. Special congratulations to the overall winner Lauren in Room 13!
This week children from classes around the school were getting their hands dirty by helping an artist, Jessica, create an amazing artwork made out of recyclable materials. The theme of the artwork is transport, as we are trying to get our Green Schools Flag for transport this year.… Read More