What’s been happening in April

Planting a Tree for National Tree Week

By Maresa Vard

On 5th April, 6thclass planted a beautiful apple tree with Mick Fleming. A Big Thank-you to Mick for donating this tree to our school, it has pride of place in our orchard now!



World Book Day

By Ella Mulvey

All of the school was allowed to dress up as a character from their favourite book. The younger classes designed new covers for their favourite book. The senior classes were transported to scenes from their favourite book using Green Screen Technology! The senior classes read to the younger children, and we all got a €1.50 token to buy a book of our choice. Thanks to everyone who took part and for the teachers who organised the special day.


Seachtain na Gaeilge

For Seachtain na Gaeilge the Coiste Gaeilge organised different competitions for each of the classes. Junior and Senior Infants had a colour by number , drawing to complete competition. Oisín from Junior Infants and Laura from Senior Infants won! The 1stand 2ndclasses had to make a poster with a seanfhocail. Isabella from 1stclass won and Zoe from 2ndwon too! 3rdand 4thclass had an option complete a seanfhocail poster or a poem and the winners were Sarah from 3rdand Jay from 4th. 5thand 6thclass had to do a poem as Gaeilge. The winners were Leon from 5thand Amelia from 6th!! Well Done Everyone! Aoine Bheo was a great success, with each class doing something different, some recited poems, sang songs, played games or performed short dramas. Well Done!




Cuman na mBunscol

So far we have played three matches as part of the Cumann na mBunscol league. The first match we played in Marlay Park was against Our Lady’s Boys National School, unfortunately we lost our first match but now it looks like we are on the UP! We have won the last two matches that we have played against Our Lady of the Wayside and Holy Cross. We now have a semi-final coming up and hopefully we all do our best to reach Croke Park.  Big Thanks to Gavin, Peter Keane and Mr. Coughlan for their support.


By Lauren Mooney


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