Congratulations to our representatives at the Credit Union Schools Quiz in Drogheda last Friday night. Despite some tough questions, the girls performed to a very high standard and represented themselves, their families and their school with distinction. Unfortunately, neither team … Continue reading
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We are having great fun using the Beebots in First Class. A Beebot is a floor robot and we have to enter commands in order for him to move around the floor. He can change direction, moving left, right, forward … Continue reading
Last Friday, 6th Class pupils travelled to the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition at the RDS. It was 10.15am by the time we got to the venue and already there were thousands of students and teachers from all over … Continue reading
St Mary’s Book Club is open to 4th, 5th and 6th Classes. We meet once a month to discuss the book with Ms. Coakley. Our most recent book was ‘The Butterfly Lion’ by Michael Morpurgo and we gave our thoughts on … Continue reading
6th Class pupils were at a pantomime today. We saw Aladdin at the Mill Theatre in Dublin. There was plenty of laughter, chanting and singing at the show. After the panto, we paused for a group photo and a bite … Continue reading
Aidan Gray visited our school today. He works with An Taisce. The pupils in 6th Class were delighted when he invited us to take part in a Science Energy Workshop. We learned about energy, electricity, the transfer of power, circuits … Continue reading
A huge THANK YOU to all of the children and families who have taken part in the Christmas Shoebox Appeal this year. Room 9 is feeling really Christmassy as we collect all of the beautifully wrapped boxes from the children … Continue reading
Srs Paul, Bríd, Rose and Claudia came in for a special Assembly to celebrate Mercy Day and Sr Claudia’s Golden Jubilee. Debby made an amazing cake for an amazing achievement.
The girls presented Fr Declan with some very special gifts at his farewell Assembly. He gave us his special blessing too. The youngest and eldest child in the school put their handprints on this special Irish poem for Fr Declan … Continue reading