Last week, for the first time in 3 years, the boys held face to face class assemblies. The assemblies are a great way to acknowledge the work classes are doing while also reminding the boys about a few important things around the school. Mr. Reamonn, who organised the assemblies also told the boys about two new initiatives he is starting. …
Congratulations to Cody from Ms. O’Sullivan’s 5th Class and Theo from Ms. Pleamonn’s 2nd Class on winning Gymnast’s of the year, held in the Clayton Hotel on Saturday. Theo received a trophy in the under 7’s category and Cody in the under 12’s. We are so proud of their achievements. Well done boys!
Today three great workers Bodie, Patrick and Tom made their way to Mr Coyle’s office for outstanding effort in Ms.O’Neill’s Senior Infants. They were rewarded for their efforts with brand new Saint Pius X BNS hats to keep them warm on these cold mornings 🥶 Well done boys 👏
Charlie in Ms. Gallagher’s class has been learning about Italy this week as he prepares to make the trip to Rome to support Ireland on Sunday. Charlie has his poster ready and has assured us all that Ireland is going to win.
The boys in Ms Devenney’s class had fun recently researching projects on Neil Armstrong which were all excellent. Following that, they had the challenge of building a rocket and as you can see from the pictures the challenge was greatly accepted. The boys outdone themselves with the designs and materials they used. A little credit also goes to parents and …
Last week David from Mr.Geraghty’s 6th Class played an international tennis tournament in Gendringen, a village in the Dutch province of Gelderland. He tested himself against boys his ages from a number of other countries. He did really well and came home with the winning trophy. Well done David.
Ms.Pleamonn’s 2nd class are currently learning about global warming. Callum very kindly brought in a model of a wind turbine and explained how it works as a renewable energy. The boys really enjoyed his presentation and learnt allot. Go raibh maith agat Callum.
Jack in Ms.Pleamonn’s 2nd Class recently joined Templeogue Athletics club. He ran his first race on the weekend at the Dublin indoor athletics championships 2023. Jack made it to the final of the 60 meters and came 4th overall. Well done to Jack and his other teammates in attendance.