Frankie and Me

On Friday 24th of June Ms. O’ Leary’s fifth class pupils performed their end of year play, ‘Frankie and Me’ for their parents. The parents really enjoyed it. Well done to all the girls and boys involved.

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5th Class School Tour

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The pupils in 5th class recently went on their school tour to the Irish Military War Museum. Click 'continue reading' to view photos from the trip.


6th Class Graduation

The boys and girls in Mr Doherty's, Ms Boland's and Ms Glynn and Ms O'Reilly's classes gathered in the school hall on Tuesday, 28th June for their graduation ceremony. They put on a fantastic show, entertaining their family members with a range of dances, poems, songs and musical performances. We are all very proud of the pupils and wish them nothing but success as they continue their life journeys into secondary school. Go n-éirí go geal libh go léir!


Sports People of the Year

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Congratulations to the two winners of the "Scoil Thomáis' Sports Person of the Year" award. We are very proud of your sporting achievements during your time here in Scoil Thomáis and wish you continued success in secondary school.


Island Projects

The boys and girls in Mr Gurhy's class have been working really hard on their Island Projects over the last 7 weeks. They completed models of their islands as well as lots of wonderful writing all about them. Some of children kindly visited Room 6 to show the younger pupils their fantastic work! Great work Room 2!


Stitching in Room 27

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Mr Freeman’s 3rd class learned a number of stitches this term and have been using them to create some excellent pieces of art. It is a slow process and takes a huge amount of focus but the hard work paid off. Here are some examples of the children’s brilliant work.


Camogie Semi-Final

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Our Scoil Thomáis Camogie team recently played Gaelscoil Taobh na Coille from Stepaside in a Cumann na mBunscoil semi-final replay. The teams were evenly matched and this led to a terrific contest. Despite a monumental effort our girls narrowly lost out in the end 4:04 to 4:01. Scoil Thomáis is very proud of our girls for representing us fantastically throughout the season. They showed great commitment and courage at all times. The team are pictured here with their coaches, Mr Freeman and Ms Walshe.

Well done to everyone involved and we look forward to more sporting success in the future!.


Well Done to O'Reilly's Rebels!

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After an epic semi-final, O'Reilly's Rebels secured a narrow victory over Freeman's Fighters in the final of our annual student teacher basketball match. Well done to Sadhbh for being an excellent referee too! Stand by for a more detailed match report coming soon!


Commiserations to the Camogie Team

Here are some pictures of our Camogie Team in action - they played really well in awful conditions!

Scoil Thomáis is very proud of you all girls!


Herb Patch Project

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Ms. Dunne’s 3rd class took part in a herb patch project. Two herbalists came in and discussed the properties and uses of nine herbs which the children planted. We received a new raised bed and soil which the children filled with Lemonbalm, Heartsease, Thyme, Marigold, Rosemary, Lavender, Chamomile and Parsley. The Herb Patch project is an Irish Register of Herbalists initiative. We are also busy harvesting our lettuce. Next week we will harvest our potatoes, carrots and turnip.  


First Class Tour to Glanmore Food Factory

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First Class had great fun on their school tour to Glanmore Food Factory. Everyone had to put on a white coat and a hair net to make sure no germs got on the food. We got to see how foods such as fruit, pasta and sandwiches get prepared and packaged. Our favourite parts were getting to stand in the hot room and the freezer room. We also got to play with some bread dough. After Glanmore Food Factory, we went to the Millennium Park playground where we had a lot of fun!


A Whole School Photo

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There was great excitement in the school today as Philip our school photographer took a commemorative photograph to mark 100 years since the 1916 Rising. Every pupil and teacher was included - and here is the final picture...

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