Road Safety Visit

We had a great workshop with Karen McCarthy from the Road Safety Association today. She visited all the classrooms and reminded everyone of the all important rules to keep us safe on the roads. These are vital to keep in mind at all times as we are working hard on …

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Student Council Meeting

The Student Council held their February Meeting today. The following matters were discussed :

•Eason Spelling Bee

•Pet Blessing Ceremony

•Operation Transformation

•GFTS (Go for Temple Street)

•SBN’s Got Talent

•Anti-Bullying Charters in each class

•Nominations for Student of the Year.…

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Great Travel Challenge

Well done to all those taking part in the Great Travel Challenge. We are thrilled  to see such huge numbers participating. Fifth Class are leading the way with 67 ‘feet’ on the board, closely followed by Fourth Class and First Class. Dasher Dan is so proud of everyone and is …

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Green School Meeting

The Green Committee held their February meeting today. The following matters were discussed:

Model School Presentation WOW Walk to London Travel Challenge Eco Week Events – Walks, Competitions, Cycling, Active Fundraiser, WOW, Buddy activities, Surprise Guest ???…
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Confirmation Retreat

Fifth and Sixth Class went on a retreat to Scala House today in preparation for their Confirmation in March. They did a variety of group activities and participated in a sung Mass where the Gospel was acted out. They really benefitted from the experience and are looking forward to the …

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Basketball Blitz

Well done to the pupils of Sixth Class and Fifth Class pupils, Jack Hallissey, Zach Dinan, Lauren Bradley, Charlie Cullinane and Evan Clarke who competed in a Basketball Blitz  in Neptune and the Parochial Hall, Gurranabraher today. All the children put in a huge effort and there were some fantastic …

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Frásaí na Seachtaine

Fáilte go dtí ‘Frásaí na Seachtaine’!  Every week some new (and possibly familiar) Irish phrases will be our focus here in the school.  All classes will learn particular phrases and hopefully use them.  Middle & senior classes will have some additional ‘frásaí’ to practise.

It would be ‘go h-iontach ar …

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