School Walk 2024

We are really looking forward to seeing our pupils and their families at our school walk which will take place on Sunday, May 26th at 11am in the Phoenix Park!

Check out the map below. Please keep an eye out for our sponsor cards which have been distributed to all classes and the Aladdin payment link which has been sent too!

Holy Communion

Chalice

The boys and girls in Rooms 11, 12 and 13 received the Sacrament of First Holy Communion in St. Thomas the Apostle Church, Laurel Lodge on Saturday the 11th of May.

We hope that all of the pupils and their families had a lovely, special day.

Well done to all of the pupils, their parents, Father Damien, Ms Scally, Ms Golden, and Mr Ryan as well as Chris and Amanda, our Special Needs Assistants, for all of the hard work and preparation that they have put into the ceremony over the last few weeks.

Thank you also to the Parents Association who organised the receptions in the hall.

A visit from the Sam Maguire cup!

 

Many thanks to Conor from Castleknock GAA, along with Greg and Senan who visited Scoil Thomáis with the Sam Maguire cup today. The pupils were all delighted to have the cup visit their classroom. A special word of thanks to Mr Freeman and Ms Lenihan for bringing the cup to the classes and a big thank you to Ailís and Grete from Room 26 who were chief photographers on the day!

Spar 5-a-side Dublin Finals

The boys did a fantastic job representing the school at the Spar 5 a side Dublin finals in Clontarf. After winning 2 of the 3 group games, there were 3 teams tied on 6 points. The boys narrowly lost the playoff game 1-0. They played some outstanding football on the day. It is clear that they all have big futures ahead of them and we wish them every success. Thank you to all the parents for supporting the team throughout the school year. 

Mr Finegan and Mr Duffy

Trócaire Game Changers Competition

The Trócaire Game Changers is a very big competition in which over 300 schools and youth groups participate.The aim of Trócaire game changers is to make a game about major problems around the world and to fix them. On Tuesday, we went to the Helix to participate in the competition. The game we created for it is called Transition to Green. The game’s goal is to make the player realise the damage that is caused by non renewable energy sources, and to transition to cleaner energy sources to stop pollution. We got to try the other group’s games. It was a tough competition, but in the end, we won first place. At the ceremony, Trócaire showed their new digital game called Madzi water crisis in Malawi. The game was about how hard it is to get clean water in Malawi. We really enjoyed this thrilling experience, we were amazed that we won in such a tight competition.

By Glen, Oisín, Oliver & Alex Rm 21 and Chloe Rm 22

 

primary language curriculum

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