We had a great week of activity and sport from 30th May-3rd June. We were blessed with lovely sunny weather and boy did we make the most of it. Every pupil in our school got the opportunity to try out lots of different sports including American Football, Ultimate frisbee, Hip-Hop, Soccer, Hurling, boxing, chess, tug-o-War, novelty games, tag rugby and athletics.… Read More
This year St. Thomas’ became the Tallaght chess champions. In the quarter finals we beat St. Mary’s Bancroft. In the semi-finals we beat Scoil Santain after a hard match. In the
final we beat Scoil Maelruain of Old Bawn three and a half to one and a half.… 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.
This month our class were learning all about sounds.
We learned that sound travels through lots of materials like air, water, wood, metal. We also learned that sound travels through vibrations.
We carried out loads of fun experiments and learned lots of new things!… Read More
This month we made Cherry Blossom Trees in art using popcorn, paint, paper and glue. It was messy but good fun. (Check out our picture)
We also made Inca shields using our history lesson with Ms Carlin (our new teacher) for inspiration.… Read More
Bhí Céilí Mór againn sa halla Dé hAoine, an 16ú Marta. Bhí beirt cailín ag damhsa dúinn, bhi ceathrar eile ar an bosca ceoil. Bhí siad go hiontach! Rinne muid go léir dhá damhsa dar ainm Staicín Eorna agus An Dreoilín. … Read More
Recently our class and Ms Farrell’s class visited the Pearse Museum in Rathfarnham. It used to be a boys boarding school. The man who set it up was in the Easter Rising. We looked at a lot of interesting things like a harp, an old school badge, the boys bedroom and lots of other things. … Read More
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
The Gaelic team were rewarded for their hard work and dedication in training with a trip to see the All Ireland Football champions Dublin in action against Armagh. It was the first time in Croke Park for quite a number of the children and also the first GAA live match for quite a few.… Read More