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New Boys

Our Junior Infants have settled in quickly to school life.

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First Day

It was great to welcome our new Junior Infants to school this morning. We hope that they settle in quickly and have a fantastic year here in our school. We were delighted to see all of our other pupils return.

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AsIAm Visit

Adam Harris, from Autism charity AsIAm, visited Mr Fahy’s class on Monday and spoke to the class about autism and his journey through school and life. It was an excellent and informative discussion and we were delighted to host Adam who does exceptional work in raising awareness about autism throughout the country. The boys found …

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Hiking Trip

We have a long tradition of hiking in this school and our 5th and 6th classes enjoyed a great hike in beautiful weather on Friday. They hiked from Djouce Woods to Crone Woods and got to see the Powerscourt Waterfall as well as Djouce and Maulin. It was a day that will linger long in …

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Zoom Ahead with Books

The boys from Junior Infants, Senior Infants and 1st classes had an exhibition of their drawings as part of the Zoom Ahead with Books Project, in association with the NCI. Each child read 10 books and together with his parents, drew a picture of their favourite page from a story. The drawings were absolutely brilliant. …

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Leinster Rugby Coaching

The boys have been learning how to play rugby with a coach from Leinster Rugby and they have been really enjoying it.

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Buddy Benches

As part of our Amber Flag Wellbeing initiative, our Parents’ Association, with the help of a local artist, worked together to paint our window ledges which will be used as Buddy Benches. If a child is feeling a bit lonely or has nobody to play with, he can sit on the bench and a friend …

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Soccer Success

Our school football team won every one of their games this season. They topped their league as Champions of City Division D. Well done to all 30 players who lined out for the team throughout the campaign. We are very proud of this fine bunch of footballers who were very sporting and fair to all …

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Art Project about the Poolbeg Stacks

The boys from Mr Fahy’s class recently had an exhibition of their watercolour paintings in the school hall. The project, part of our Creative Ireland work, was curated by artists Heather Gray and Sara. The boys learned about the history of the chimneys, visited the site and photographed them before drawing and then painting them. …

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