The 6th class boys have been helping out in PE the last number of weeks, helping the senior infants get to grips with the strand of Gymnastics. After 8 years of Ms. Goddard’s guidance, the 6th class boys are seasoned coaches and are making new friends in Senior Infants.
Last weekend Adam from Mr.Geraghty’s 6th Class competed in a national cross-country event in Donegal. He won a team event medal and a county team medal for Dublin. The event was about 3 km long and about 120 participants competed. We are sure to see Adam running for Ireland one day soon.
It is hard to believe but we are nearly at that time again. We are delighted here to welcome parents back to the school for our annual Christmas Plays, Carol services and Carols on the Yard. The following is the timetable of events. Any changes to this timetable will be communicated to parents. Christmas Play Schedule – GP Room Time …
The boys in 5th and 6th class were visited this week by our local community Garda, Garda Brendan. The boys got a lesson in Crime Scene investigations and the importance of DNA and fingerprints. With our new Garda recruits and a couple of burglars, we got to see the whole process in action. Thanks again to Garda Brendan for visiting.
27 scientists were very busy this week in Junior Infants – Launching lollipop sticks, building bridges, guessing which toys would float or sink, watching raisins dance and scaring glitter germs away with soap!! What an eventful week.
Christian in Ms. Brogan’s 1st class brought in his impressive medal haul, which he won at the weekend at the SKIF Ireland KANAZAWA Cup which was held in Tallaght on Sunday. Christian won his medals in 3 different categories. Well done Christian
The US mid term elections may have made national headlines this week but there was a more important election taking place in St. Pius X BNS. With nominations, canvassing and some very lively debates, the Student Council was formed with boys from 3rd to 6th class being elected by their peers to represent their classes and bring forward important school …