Junior Infants: Lucy Glen Senior Infants: Ella Ryan
2nd: Sophie Petraiu
3rd: Sophie O Connor, Zoey Jenkins (With the Help of Molly McMullan)
4th: Kamile Sedleckaite
5th: Amelia Solinska 6th: Meghan O Loughlin
Well done to girls and to all who took part! Looking forward to see what wonderful creations you all make this week. Have a great week!
Ms Quigg :)
Well done to everyone that sent their pictures in. We had a really tough job picking the winners. All the art was fantastic. We hope you all enjoyed making your pictures. The winning pictures are in the slideshow below. Congratulations girls!
On Friday 17th January we celebrated our first Intercultural Day. It was a very exciting and special day. Thank you to all the families who helped with the preparation in school and at home with their children, provided food and brought in such wonderful traditional clothes, ornaments and jewellery. This day was only a success because all of you came together and got involved. Here are some photos from the day. If you have any more photos feel free to send them on to me and I can add them to the website.
A huge thank you to Fran Dunne for building all the new planter boxes around our school yard. We all got a great surprise when we came back from the Mid-Term break. They look amazing and we are so excited to get planting! If you have some time to spare and could help the teachers and children with the planting please let me know. We would be delighted to have you join us. You don't need any experience (we are all learning how to garden this year)!
A huge congratulations to the football team and their wonderful coaches Ms. Gerrard, Ms. Carr and Ms. Shannon who have been training the girls and preparing them for this momentous occasion. Thank you to all the supporters who travelled to Croke Park on the day to cheer them on. A big thank you also to the parent volunteers who made headbands for the entire school, came in to do face paints on the supporters and style the football teams' hair. You added so much to the day with your enthusiasm and generosity. Thank you! Take a look at the photos from the day....
On Tuesday 1st October a group of parent volunteers came in to help slice and dice all the delicious fruit and vegetables for the whole school to taste. There was a wide range of fruit and vegetables to taste - some familiar and some surprises.
Each class came down with their teacher to taste everything and record which ones they liked the most. Take a look at some of the photos here.
On Sunday 20th October the Parents Association organised our annual Family Bingo in the Artane Beaumont Recreation Centre. Once again they outdid themselves with extra tables and chairs being squeezed in to fit all the families. Thank you to all the families and friends who came along to show their support and take part in the fun. And a huge thank you to all the parents who put in so much effort to ensure that the day was a huge success. Many parents who are not on the Parents' Association also volunteered to help out on the day and we are very appreciative that you gave up your time for us. Well done to all the lucky winners on the day!
This is a photo of some of our staff that were out today showing their support for our school secretary. This morning school secretaries across the country stopped work for one hour at the start of the school day, as part of campaign of industrial action for better pay and equality for school secretaries. Aodhán Ó RÍordáin was also there showing his support.
Prize Giving is always a fabulous assembly in our school. The wonderful achievements of the girls over the year are acknowledged with medals and certs. We had prizes for football team, soccer team and athletics squad, the choir who performed at Peace Proms, the Ukulele & Recorder group and our young chefs who completed the cookery course. The 6th Class girls were also presented with their end of year attendance prizes. Well done to all the girls and teachers involved.
Today 1st and 2nd class went to Lullymore Heritage Park. The girls had a great time visiting the farm, getting a train ride, playing in the indoor and outdoor play areas and a special visit to the fairy forest. Fingers crossed all your wishes come true!
Today 5th and 6th class went to Funtasia. We had a great time in the waterpark and mini golf.
Sports Day was another great success. The children really enjoyed all the activities- rounders, playground games, novelty races, ball skills, obstacle course, yoga and benchball. The Senior classes also enjoyed Ultimate Frisbee. A big thank you to the parents association for the lovely treat of the ice cream van coming to visit our school.
The girls have a fabulous week ahead full of fun and games. Hopefully the sun will continue to shine.
Monday- 10@10, Athletics coach and novelty races
Wednesday- Tag rugby, parachute games and an obstacle course
Thursday- FAI soccer coach, cricket coach and the longest kick competition.
Friday- Sports Day and Ultimate Frisbee.
This year the track was made a little bit longer. The whole school have been taking part in the Daily Mile and building up their stamina so were well able for the challenge. Thank you to all the parents who came to support the children and for keeping them cool and motivated with the water guns and bubbles guns. Ms. Clarke and the Parent's Association served up fruit, sandwiches and drinks to keep everyone going.
Today the girls competed in the Field Events of Santry Athletics. A big thank you to Ms. Carr and Ms. Quigg who trained with the girls at lunchtime. Well done to all who took part and a massive shout out to the three girls who brought home medals. We will be taking part in the track events on Thursday so fingers crossed we will bring home more medals.
We have lots of lovely activities going on in the school for wellbeing week- meditation, DEAD time(Drop Everything And Dance), yoga, mindfulness art and lots more. There was lots of nice activities for parents too. We hope the girls and parents are enjoying the week.
The art competition was a real success. we hope the girls enjoy their prizes.
Today we had a different approach to our attendance. We are all hoping to be an ATTENDANCE HERO- Here Everyday Ready On time!! One special class, Senior Infants who had the highest attendance as a class will get a lovely class prize to be decided by their teacher and the girls. There was a raffle for each class and 2 girls with full attendance received a prize. Well done to all girls who had full attendance for the month of April they all received a certificate.
Mangahigh, our wonderful online maths programme, is going down a treat with the girls. Well done to 5th class who were the highest users in April, they will enjoy a movie and sweets as their prize. We had joint 1st place of top student users. Well done girls enjoy your prize.
We are very lucky in our school to have access to a wonderful maths online programme called Mangahigh. The teachers have set tasks for the children as homework for the month of March. Well done to all the girls who have enjoyed participating in the programme. We had a school competition running to see what child used it the most and also what class used it the most.
Well done to 5th class who will enjoy a movie and popcorn afternoon as their treat. We had two girls who used it the most we hope you enjoy your Easter eggs.