Mr. Lowery got the Fingal Marathon Kids programme off to a great start this year! The 6th class girls and boys began their programme on Monday. They are hoping to cover the same distance as a full marathon over the next two months. Look out for them running lapos on the Church Green every day !
Sports day was a little different this year but everyone still had a great time! Here is a selection of photos from Junior Infants to 6th class. Well done to everyone!
Our boys and girls GAA football teams were very excited to represent our school this evening in two matches in Russell Park against Scoil Oilibhéir. The 6th class children were excellent and had great fun too. They did our school proud! Well done all!
On October the 5th, 6th class started the Marathon Kids programme. Over the next 8 weeks the girls and boys will cover the entire distance of a marathon. Classes throughout the school are doing the daily mile on a each day also. This week the 6th classes hope to cover a distance of 2400m. We are looking forward to the challenge.
Week one completed on our marathon kids programme. 2400 metres under the belt.
Here are some new jumping, hurling, football and nursery skills from our GAA coach Colm for you to try out at home.
Approximately fifty pupils from 3rd up went to Porterstown on Tuesday to take part in the second cross country meet of the Fingal League. Lots of points earned again on a cold sunny day. Thanks to Ms. Kelly and Ms. Gallagher for taking them.
A great day of running in Porterstown today at the Fingal Cross Country Meet Day 2 . Well done to all the boys and girls involved for their fantastic performances. Thanks to Ms Gallagher and Ms. Kelly who accompanied the teams today.
Well done to the girls football team who saw their campaign off to a great this term with a resounding win last week.
In the Summer term the theme for PE is usually Outdoor Adventure. Here we see 3rd class pupils playing co operative games. Team work and good communication were essential skills in these games and it looks like fun played a large part too!