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Thanks so much to everyone for donating over 70 shoe-boxes full of presents for homeless children in Dublin.It was an amazing response by all of you.
Thanks to Liam and Louise for doing such a great job on our school crib.
The boys had a fantastic time designing and decorating their scary Hallowe’en masks which were kindly supplied by the Parents’ Association. Thanks must go to them for organising it all. Here are some pictures of the finished products. Well done boys! And thanks too for the delicious goodie bags!
The Parents’ Association organised a lovely Art session for the boys in Junior Infants’ this morning. The boys’ parents came in to help decorate picture frames and the boys put their own photos into the frames. Thank you to all involved and it was great to see such a huge turnout of parents.
Here are two boys from last year’s 6th class who are now attending St Michael’s College. We are very lucky to have this project in place and they hope to continue the scheme next year which is great news for the current 6th class boys. As you can see, Dylan and Oisin seem at home in their new surroundings. The bursary covers all academic, sporting and other costs which is a huge prize for the lucky recipients. Great to see you looking so happy Oisin and Dylan!
Our Junior Infants had a fun PE lesson in the September sun this morning with Ms Keegan.
Charlie is moving to a new school next week and we are all really going to miss having him around. Laura will be especially lonely without him. We will have a little party to celebrate the great times we shared together here in Ringsend with his classmates. We hope Charlie calls in to visit us whenever he can as he’ll always be one of the gang here in St Patrick’s. Best of luck with everything Charlie!!
Jack, Seán and Joe have been hard at work for the last week or so writing, editing and finally publishing their own novels, complete with illustrations by Klaudiusz and Darragh. The novels are divided into chapters and the boys are very proud of themselves after producing such great stories. They are very grateful to their teacher, Mary, for helping them put their books together.
The boys and girls from 3rd and 4th classes in the boys’ and girls’ schools had a fun afternoon trying different sports under instruction from some of their classmates. The idea was for the boys and girls to try out sports they would feel less comfortable playing due to their gender. The day was a great success and everyone gave their all. Thanks to Ms Walsh for planning the event and Mr Lehmann for helping organise things.