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Such style and grace from Robyn and Sophie at Barnadown on Sunday! Well done girls!
Huge congratulations to our pupils Kian, John and Ravindra who were part of the U13s county final hurling team who won at the weekend! We are so proud of you!! Up Castletown!
Such excitement here today as Ms. ní Shúilleabháin’s class brought Ancient Roman civilisation back to life! I was treated to a feast for the eyes when I entered the classroom, such was the creativity and work that went into creating costumes. I was further impressed by their projects and how well the presented them to me! They will enjoy a feast of grapes, bread and cheese later. Well done to their extremely enthusiastic teacher also!!
We are beyond thrilled to welcome Diarmuid Comerford back to teach ukulele to 3rd/4th class! It is wonderful to hear music being made once again! We are beyond thrilled to welcome Diarmuid Comerford back to teach ukulele to 3rd/4th class! It is wonderful to hear music being made once again!
The pupils of Mr. Breen’s 5th and 6th class were delighted to welcome Micheál O’Scannail from RTÉ news2Day to our school to record a feature on Budget 2022. It was a great experience from many perspectives. The children were enabled to experience the process of making a segment for television; the cuts, the outtakes, audio and visuals. Exploring film and digital media is an exciting way for children to learn and to have the opportunity to interact with people who work in this field was invaluable. Working on this feature enabled the children to have an opinion on the country’s budget and they prepared for the visit by discussing where … Continue reading
Best wishes to Robyn and Sophie who will represent our school in the Interschools showjumping event in Barnadown on Sunday! We are rooting for you girls and thank you for representing us!
We had a wonderful day with author @CarolineBusher yesterday. Caroline captured the imaginations and creativity of our pupils with her wonderful storytelling. Thank you, we hope to have you back Caroline!
What are examples of kinaesthetic learning? Kinaesthetic learning happens when we have a hands-on experience and often involves movement. Here 2nd class is enjoying number line sequence questioning by being the number line themselves and moving throughout the lesson. The children were really engaged and active!
Congratulations to all who made their First Confession, First Holy Communion and Confirmation over the last week! Many thanks to Fr. Pádraig and Fr. David for celebrating and to all the teachers for their work in preparing the children and providing such beautiful music.
Please click the link for an update from our Parents’ Association. We look forward to working together again to create some lovely experiences for our pupils! All updates will be posted in the Parents’ Association tab on the website