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Scoil Thomáis was delighted to welcome a visiting group of South Korean principals to the school today. Ms McGarry and Ms Ryan gave them a presentation explaining the Irish education system, as well as life in Scoil Thomáis. The principals then visited some classrooms to observe Aistear, Literacy Hour, and PE. They also visited the computer room. We hope that they learned a lot during their visit! 

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Up the Dubs

Best of luck to the whole Dublin Senior Football Team as they compete against Mayo in the All Ireland Football final on Sunday in Croke Park! The pupils all wore blue today to show their support for the boys in blue - although there were a few pupils who wore a bit of green and red too!

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Many thanks to parent Seán O'Neill who made this fantastic video collage of some of our pupils who played in Croke Park on Sunday, 26th of June 2016. 


Scoil Thomáis Girls on the Dublin Girls Team 26th June 2016 from Scoil Thomáis on Vimeo.

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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.

The Scoil Thomáis annual student/teacher basketball match took place yesterday, Wednesday, 22nd June. Well done to the O'Reilly Rebels who were the overall champions and to everybody who took part.


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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!

Well done to the boys and girls who worked so hard to help Scoil Thomáis earn it's second Green Flag for Energy Saving and our first Blue Star Flag for our knowledge of the European Union. We were lucky enough to have TD Joan Burton to help us raise the flags and her presence made today truly special. 


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We had some special visitors from Trocaire on Thursday. The school has been awarded a trophy for all our hard work collecting money over the years.

Thank you all!

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The Dept. of Education has announced that a new Secondary School for Castleknock/Carpenterstown will open in September 2017. The site for the school has not been finalised at this stage. The Dept. of Education & Skills invites expressions of interest from Patron Bodies seeking to take charge of the new school.

Parents who wish to support an application by CEIST (Patron Body for Catholic Second Level Schools) for a co-educational Catholic Secondary School



primary language curriculum

Click here to read some helpful information leaflets explaining the new Primary Language Curriculum.

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