The Junior Reading Unit writer of the month for November was Darragh Nagle. He wrote a brilliant paragraph about his favourite football team, Chelsea. He even typed it up himself! Well done Darragh and keep up the great work!… Read More
A Christmas Fair was held in our school hall on Friday 7th December 2012. It was a huge success. Thank you to all involved. There were lots of stalls selling beautiful, homemade crafts and goods in the hall such as, Christmas logs, Christmas wreaths, snowmen, hot chocolate, cookies, treats, Christmas cards and lots of other things.… Read More
We have written our own novel!
‘The Lost Lands’
The Reading Units are taking part in a project with Balleyfermot College. We were asked to write stories and the students in Ballyfermot will choose their favourite story and animate part of it.… Read More
Our class studied the Moon and here’s how we got on
We used Geography, Science, Art & even Cookies to help us understand the moon.
We painted moons on paper plates and tried to show the craters on the surface by mixing paint to make different shades of grey.… Read More
6th class students from Ms. Barry and Ms. Surlis’ classes, their parents and teachers went to the Helix Theatre recently to receive an award for their movie ‘The Classroom’. The event was part of the FIS Festival (Film in Schools), schools from all over Ireland entered the competition and only 24 were selected to attend the awards ceremony in the Helix.… Read More
The Cherry Blossom tree in our school garden has recently come into bloom. See how beautiful it is. Our tulips are blossoming beautifully too.… Read More
We planted tomatoes, cress, basil and carrots in Room 10 today. We have now officially started the ‘Great Seed Race’ to see which seed will be the first to grow. See how we got on. Check back to see who won!!! … Read More
Team Innocent warmed up, fuelled up and raced in The Innocent Olympics in Room 10 as part of the Innocent Smoothies ‘Sow and Grow’ project.… Read More
As part of our Innocent Smoothie ‘Sow and Grow’ project, we did a blind tasting of smoothies in Room 10 – what fun we had. Our taste buds loved the taste test.
The boys soccer team followed the girls lead by notching up an emphatic 6-1 victory over a very good St Mochtas Clonsilla in the boys senior cup. Led by their outstanding captain Glen McAuley, the team found the back of the net six times through Glen, Lewis Talbot, Sean Zola and a Ryan Mansfield hat-trick.… Read More