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At a Glance Calendar

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Click to enlarge outline of school year. Subject to change.


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On Wednesday the 28th of September, my class ( Mr. Gough’s 6th class ) went to Marlay Park where we competed in an orienteering competition. We left the school by bus at 10:30am and arrived at the park at around 10:45am. Our starting time was 12 noon so we were quite early, but everyone was glad that they got to look over their maps for awhile! When it was time to go we all got into a line and waited for our queue. It was a great experience to be out in the park and reading the map to see where you would go next but you also had to be quite aware of your surroundings to find yourself on the map. Some of the boys went in pairs and some went by themselves. Weatherwise, it was one of the best days for it. The sun was shining and there was an occasional breeze to cool you off. I thought it was going to be easy but it was actually a nice challenge, not too hard. When everyone had finished we all boarded the bus back to school. Back in our classroom Mr. Gough said that we behaved so well that he gave us homework off!!! That was the best day of the school year so far and I hope that there are more days to come just like this one.
Eli Van Egeraat

Recycle Your Batteries Here

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Mr. Ryan wishes to remind you that you can bring used batteries to St. Pius and we'll see that they are recycled.

Junior Infants Get Sporty

Ms Gallagher's Junior Infants were so excited to start football in St. Pius and needless to say, it did not disappoint. They got to meet our new GPO, Kevin and then got straight down to some drills and games.
Watch this space, Dublin footballers, St. Pius boys will be knocking on the door in no time!

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Mass for the Opening of the Academic Year

Fr. Aquinas will celebrate Mass with second to sixth classes in the Parish Church this Thursday at 11:30am. Parents are welcome to attend. Boys are reminded to ensure they have coats with them in case of rain. The school choir will lead the singing.

Thaaaaaaanks, Parents' Association

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Wow, wow, wow, 22875 euro . . . . yes you read that correctly, the number on the cheque from the Parents' Association to St. Pius X BNS. Thank You.

Science Explodes into Life

Mr Smyth's Science classes got started on Friday with Ms Redmond's and Mr Murtagh's 5th classes first to get their hands dirty. The boys will compete in different science events throughout the year. Don't forget Science Week Nov 13th- 20th.

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Good Start to the Season

Congratulations to the Senior Green team, who won their game against St Mary's, Lucan. The Senior Greens, managed by Mr Kealy and Ms Ní Loingsigh are competing in the top league in the Cumann na mBunscol Áth Cliath. The wins sets up an exciting contest next Thursday against St Mary's, Rathfarnham. Well done to the players and to their parents for all their support.

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Future Shock

The boys in Mr. Réamonn's fourth class wrote letters to themselves, to be opened in June 2019, just before they leave St. Pius. Mr. Réamonn will keep them safely locked in the school vault until then.

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Mr. Smyth takes over Computer Room Duty

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Michael Smyth will take over from Liam Gaynor delivering computer classes in our computer room this year.