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As part of our ongoing efforts to be a Green School, we make our school newsletter available online only.

You can read the November 2019 issue of the newsletter by clicking here or the picture above.

Intel Mini Scientist 2019

On Friday 15th November, three classes from Scoil Thomáis participated in the Mini Scientist Exhibition which took place in the school hall. Ms.Brennan’s, Mr Kelly's and Mr O'Mahony's 5th Classes have worked extremely hard both and home and in school over the past few weeks preparing for the event. All the boys and girls were very proud of their final projects and displays. Well done!

Peace Proms Choir Workshop

Our Peace Proms Choir who recently had a workshop in the National Indoor Arena for their upcoming concert in February. They are practicing very hard and cannot wait to give it their all in the RDS!

5th Class Room 18 Halloween Art

We remember our Beloved Pupil

As we all prepare for the return to school tomorrow morning, Monday 4th of November, we mourn the sad loss of Rory Bruen, pupil, classmate and friend of many children in the school.

May He Rest in Peace.

Enrolment for Junior Infants 2020

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Enrolment for Junior Infants September 2020 will take place on Monday 13th JanuaryTuesday 14th January, and Wednesday 15th January 2020 between 9.15am and 10.30am in the school. 

Children who are due to start school in September 2019 must be aged 4 by the 1st of April 2020 as per current enrolment policy which can be found here.

On the day, please bring original:

- Child's Birth Certificate

- Child's PPS Number

- A recent utility bill and one other listed document as proof of residence (mobile phone/waste bills are not accepted)

Parents must come in person to enrol their child.

Applications for Junior Infant enrolment will be dealt with strictly in accordance with Scoil Thomáis enrolment policy for 2020.

Halloween Bake Sale 2019

Thank you SO much to absolutely everyone who baked, brought and bought at our fundraising Bake Sale today, Friday 25th of October!

A very special thank you to Scoil Thomáis Parents Association and their volunteers for all of their help with organising and running the Bake Sale.

3rd Class Halloween Project

Maths Week in Room 14

Room 14 had lots of fun on Maths Week. We created puzzles and competed on the Mangahigh maths games website. We also took photos of maths as seen in the world surrounding us and presented tricky maths teasers for our class and teacher to solve. Enjoy our photos.

Planting Daffodils in Junior Infants

Junior Infant pupils planted daffodil bulbs with Eamon, our caretaker. We can’t wait for them to start growing beside the astro pitch.

Halloween Bake Sale

Halloween Bake Sale - Friday 25th October, 2019

The Halloween Bake Sale is on Friday 25th October.

Parents may to come to the hall from 9am—9.30am and buy from the selection of bakes. Classes will be brought by their teachers to the hall from 9.30am to select bakes to bring home.

Pupils can bring in €2 for the bake sale. All families are invited to bake bread, cakes, buns etc for the sale. All bakes can be left in the school hall from 8.50am on the morning of the sale - please label tins/boxes for return.

Don’t forget to give your child an extra sandwich bag or lunch box to take home their bakes. Bake Sale goodies cannot be eaten in school for Health & Safety reasons.

Funds from this Bake Sale will go towards the Zen Den Project and School Sports Fund.



Maths Week in Scoil Thomáis

Pupils in all classes will be involved in various extra Maths activities during the next two weeks to promote awareness and appreciation of mathematics in our world. These included Estimation and Puzzle Design competitions, Maths Trails, daily Problem Solving/Puzzle Time, IZAK 9, and the online maths website Mangahigh. There are lots of maths posters and maths puzzles dotted around the school for pupils to challenge their numeracy skills. Best of luck to all the pupils who will take part in the ‘Estimation’ and Puzzle Design Competitions. Results will be announced after Halloween.

Thanks to teacher Ms Travers who organised Maths Week activities this year!

Japan Day in Room 23

On Friday 4th October we were transported to the East when the 4th class children in room 23 celebrated their own Japan Day. The children have been working hard on their Japan projects over the past few weeks. Some children presented their projects in class. Many of the children dressed up in Japanese clothing and designed their own t-shirts and outfits for the day. Katie and Ciaran made some delicious sushi for the class to taste.


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