Rock and Roll . . .
Charlie, Alan, Alexander, Ronan and Dáire painted stones with positive phrases, then rocked up secretly to teachers' rooms and planted them with the hope of brightening someone’s day!
Well done to Eoghan (first place in the High Jump with a personal best of 1m 35cm) and Erik (third place in the 600m) in the Santry primary school meeting . . . and also to Daniel, up and coming athlete, for finishing third in the Jude's Community Games at the weekend - he's only eight and competed in the U10 category!!
What Hugh in Ms. Redmond's class doesn't know about wolves isn't worth knowing!! Great project, Hugh.
Heather Cup Winners
Garda Band Visits St. Pius
The entire school population gathered in the spring sunshine today for a most enjoyable performance by the Garda Band. They treated us to all our favourites including Shotgun, SpongeBob, Match of the Day and The Simpsons. Special mention to Iarlaith in Ms. Corcoran's class (whose Dad, John is a member of the band) and Paddy whose Dad is a guard.
Eoin in Ms. Pléamonn's class brought in some old money to show his classmates. The one in the picture is a threepenny bit
John, our soccer coach, putting the fourth class boys through their paces.
Zak, Jack and Alex
Well done to Zak who was a magician at midfield for his team Shamrock Rovers in the Sketchers Cup All-Ireland Final on Saturday. With over 360 teams taking part, it was a huge achievement for Zak and his teammates to reach the final. They lost out to a strong St. Kevin’s side on the day. Shamrock Rovers also claimed the Peninsula Cup earlier this year.
Well done also to Jack showing the medal he earned for his 5 mile walk at the weekend and not forgetting Alexander who attended the Terenure swimming Gala, winning his heat and attaining a new personal best of 40 seconds in the front crawl, beating his previous PB by a full 8 seconds.
Helping the Homeless
Pictures From Our Active Week . . . .
. . . and no, your display screen is not upside down!!!
Running and Walking
Well done to Shane and Eric - winners of the Jubilee Run.
Penalty Shoot Out
Thanks Mr. Smyth for playing goalie . . . Well done to Cathal Martin and Taylor Rice winners in fifth and sixth classes respectively.
Some pictures of our victorious hurling team and our Active Week rugby event in Terenure College . . .together with a picture of Ray in Ms. Carroll's class proudly showing the medals he won for breast stroke and backstroke at the Monkstown gala.