Paráid Naíonáin Shóisearacha

Inniú rinne na páistí ó naíonáin shóisearacha paráid sa chlós. Bhí siad ag canadh an amhrán ‘Lá ‘le Pádraig’ ós ard. Bhí brat na hÉirinn ag gach páiste. Bhain siad go leor taitneamh as an ócáid! Nach bhfuil siad go hiontach?

Today the children from junior infants took part in a parade in the school yard. The sang the song ‘Lá ‘le Pádraig’ out loud. Each child had an Ireland flag. They really enjoyed the event! Aren’t they wonderful?



Spórt agus Céilí

To celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge, our 5th Class girls footballers went to Russell Park today. They played a challenge game with Scoil Oilibheir and then both teams were taught to dance a traditional Irish dance during a Céilí in the hall.





Dreamspace workshop in 4th class

The children in Room 23 took part in a live online session with the Dream Space and the Garage teams from Microsoft Ireland last Friday. This was to celebrate the end of STEPS Engineers week 2023.

The children coded and solved problems like engineers. They created their very own Arcade games while learning about the work software engineers do. They also heard from one of the Microsoft engineering experts. She inspired the children to see technology in exciting new ways.


Engineers Week 2023

The children from Rooms 19, 20, 21, 22 & 34 took part in some Engineering challenges this week as part of STEPS Engineers Week 2023. See some of the fantastics ducks, bridges and sturdy towers that were imagined, planned, created, tested and improved by our budding engineers.

Lá Glás

We want to turn St. Brigid’s green on Thursday, March 16th, to celebrate the last day of Coicís na Gaeilge and St. Patrick’s Day. All pupils can wear something green to school. It can be just a small accessory or a complete outfit, but no face paints or hair dyes/sprays, please. 

Reminder: The school is closed on Friday, March 17th and  Monday, March 20th

Soccer Success

The 6th class boys soccer team had a fantastic 2-1 win this week vs Rush & Lusk ETNS in the second round of the Senior Cup. Two goals from Jack Rooney and a fantastic performance in defence from Cathal Joyce made all the difference.  Congratulations to all the boys on their win against another great team.