STEM week started on Monday 5th March when a lady called Rachel came to our school from the Amber Institute in Trinity College. She gave a talk about Nanotechnology. We learned all about microscopes and she told us about a 3 million euro microscope in her job that is so powerful that you can use it to watch your fingernail grow! After this talk the talk 6th classes did an electricity workshop with Rachel. We used wires, batteries and miniature light bulbs to make circuits. We attached the wires to the batteries but we had to make sure that the positive and negative sides of the batteries and light bulbs were on the right sides in the end we all knew how to make the circuits. Some 3rd, 4th and 5th Classes did workshops where they learned to build balloon rockets! On Tuesday a woman came in and taught us all about the heart. Her name was Alison and we learned a lot. We learned why it is important to keep the heart healthy and how pictures can be taken of the heart to see if there is anything wrong with it. It was also the day for the third and sixth class science fairs. Wednesday was engineering day. In the morning a man called Duncan from Seimens Healthcare came to our school. He brought some really cool lasers and other things. He taught us about why engineering is cool and why engineering is involved in almost everything! The 4th classes did their science fair presentation today. In the afternoon a man called Liam from DCU came to our...
Dear Parent/Guardian, The children will be participating in Friendship Day on Thursday 3rd May. Children will have no written homework today but are asked to do ‘a random act of kindness’ in lieu. Children may also participate in a ‘Non-Uniform Day’ fundraiser on Thursday and contribute a euro or two towards educational programmes in Sierra Leone. One of our current sixth class teachers Grace Shorten will be travelling to Sierra Leone during the summer in a voluntary capacity to support their developing education system. This fundraiser has been approved by the Chairperson of the Board of Management. Thank you for your continued support! Regards, M....
Welcome to all new and old students. We hope you had a wonderful summer and are now full of energy for the new school year. We will update the website regularly to keep you informed on school activities, events and news. All the staff and the Principal would like to take this opportunity to wish all the students a very successful school...
The Sixth classes graduated on the 20th June. The graduation ceremony was held in the community centre. A lot of practise had very obviously gone into the dance routines and everyone knew their moves extremely well. Thank you to Kevin Woods who choreographed the routines and also coached all the dancers. The current junior infants – who’d been participating in buddy scheme with the sixth classes – made a surprise visit and sang “You’ve got a friend in me” . Ms Gorey had put together a montage of the girl’s camogie match in Croake Park. The whole ceremony was wonderful and a big thank you to the volunteers who made sandwhiches, cakes and served refreshments after the ceremony. The whole school, the teachers, Ms Keane and all the staff would like to wish the 6th class students the very best of luck on their move to the Secondary School. Have a great Summer and we hope you look back on your primary school years with good...
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Rainbow Oral Language Programme (3rd to 6th Class)
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