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Speedy performances in Santry!

Well done to the 30 girls who were in Santry yesterday representing the school in Cross Country. The girls were fantastic and really gave it their all. The 5th class team finished 3rd overall and the 6th class team finished 2nd overall. There were also some terrific individual performances with Molly, Ruth, Emma and Alé […]

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Visit to Norah Patten

Our fourth classes were lucky enough to have the opportunity to visit Irish author and aeronautical engineer Norah Patten in Easons. Norah is from Mayo and is en route to becoming Ireland’s first astronaut. She spoke about how she began her journey to space, discussed some of the most interesting parts of her beautifully illustrated […]

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Brother Clonliffe Schools Race

Girls from the 4th, 5th and 6th classes have been invited to take part in the annual Brother Clonliffe Schools event tomorrow, 9th October in Santry. This is a cross country event where the girls will be running 1000m. The 4th class race will start at 12pm. There will be over 30 girls taking part […]

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Miss Universe Ireland

Yesterday, the 6th classes had a visit from Miss Universe Ireland 2019, Fionnghuala O’Reilly. She came in as part of ‘Space Week’ as she works as a Data Analyst for NASA. The girls had some interesting questions for her about NASA. She told them all about her job and how she got to where she […]

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Climate Change Action Day

This morning, we took to the streets to mark ‘Climate Change Action Day’. Each class made posters to display while marching. The girls were in full voice chanting various chants such as ‘Save our Planet’ and ‘There’s no planet B, it’s for you, it’s for me!’ Have a look at some pictures from it!

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A narrow defeat!

Hard luck to the GAA team who were defeated by the narrowest of margins yesterday against Bayside. The girls went 2 goals down in the 1st half but really came back fighting in the second. A great goal by Ruth late into the second half leveled the match, however Bayside came back with a very […]

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GAA Team

Hard luck to the Girls’ GAA team who lost their first match against Sandyford last Wednesday. The girls came back fighting in the second half. We are very proud of them as they held their heads high and fought hard until the final whistle!Thanks to all the parents who attended to show their support! Their […]

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Walking Bus – Information and Help Needed!

What is a Walking Bus? The Walking Bus comprises two volunteer parents, one to “drive” and one to “conduct” a group of school children walking to school. It is powered by good old-fashioned legwork and follows a set route to school, collecting pupils at “bus stops” on the way. What are the benefits of a […]

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Welcome Back!

A big welcome back to everyone after the summer holidays! We hope everyone had a relaxing break. We are getting settled back in this week. Yesterday, the girls’ GAA team had their trials. It was brilliant to see such a turnout with almost 50 girls trying out. There will be lots more opportunities for getting […]

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Happy holidays!

As another school year has ended, we wish everyone a happy and safe summer holidays. The workbook lists will be available shortly on the main ‘News’ section. Happy holidays! See you all at the end of August!

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