Well done to all of the boys who competed in the last race of the Fingal League in Morton Stadium, Santry on Tuesday, 28th April.
Congratulations to Sam Sebago from 3rd Class who came 1st and to Henry Ihukobi who came 3rd.
4th class trip
The two fourth classes went on a trip to the National Gallery of Ireland and the Natural History Museum. The two classes were brought around the gallery by tour guides. We saw paintings by Picasso, Caravaggio and Jack B. Yeats. Our favourites were the paintings by Picasso and Jack B. Yeats. We had our lunch and played in the playground before visiting the Natural History Museum. We saw lots of different animals. The ground floor was full of native birds, animals, fish and insects. The first floor was more exciting because there were bigger animals. We liked the Indian elephant the best. There was a big collection of bats. Some were cute but some were quite scary.
By Mohammed and Robert
St Colmcille’s BNS 8 – St Cronan’s SNS 2.
Under the new coaching team of Ms Sweeney and Ms Clarke, the soccer team emerged victorious from this local derby. We send our good wishes to the coach, Mr Fitzmaurice and wish him a speedy recovery.
The Senior Gaelic Team had a great win over Laurel Lodge NS yesterday. Well done boys!
Report to follow…
A new document entitled ‘ Helping your child with Maths’ has been uploaded to this website. You will find it by clicking on Our School and then on Information for Parents.
The artists of the month for April are J M W Turner and Gustav Klimt. The boys will study these artists and their works and then produce their own artwork which will be displayed around the school.
Bolton Abbey by JMW Turner (hanging on the stairwell between rooms 5 and 9)
Tannenwald 1 by Gustav Klimt (hanging outside room 9)