on stage and off . . . Seussical
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More Kudos to St. Pius
Chinese Noodle Salad
As part of our language Aistear programme with infants, the boys were served some new words for their repertoires (and some new recipes for their taste buds!!) Thanks Ms. Pléamonn, they were scrumptious!!
Hurling Champs 2016
Tri-Golf in First Class
Inspired by great golfers such as Shane Lowry, Mr. Ryan and Rory McIlroy . . . Ms. Kennedy's first class were delighted to get out for a spot of golfing in the summer sun!
Old MacDonald Pays a Visit
Now, if he comes home today and says that he saw pigs in the front yard - - - he's not telling a porky (sorry, couldn't resist). The mobile farm visited St. Pius today and and the boys visited the animals.
What a haul . . !!!
Conor was took part in an all Ireland gymnastics tournament in Limerick over the weekend where he won 16 medals!!
Ms. Mooney's junior infant boys used boxes and tape to create these super rockets during their Aistear Hour.
Mr. Réamonn's boys created these wonderful glove puppets.
Conor, Evan and James with the Herald Cup they won playing with Terenure Rangers together with Cillian, Darragh and Dara who were runners up in their division.
Well done to Daniel who won Player of the Year with Terenure Rugby Club and Zach who was awarded first prize in Feis Maitiú for his captivating recital of Brian by Doug McLeod.
Matthew painted this beautiful picture of a sea-side scene. Ms Gallagher and her first class boys could not believe that this masterpiece was painted by a seven year old boy. We might spot it in an art gallery in years to come. Well done Matthew.
Evolution of My Area since 1916
Gordon, Morgan, Killian and John gave a marvellous presentation in Faughs. We hear that Mr. Smyth was put under pressure but coped very well.