For the past 5 weeks, Maria and Beatriz have been on placement with us from Spain. They have worked, mostly, with the girls in Mrs. O Broin’s and Ms. Ní Bhroin’s classes and have contributed greatly to the girls’ happiness during their time with us.. We are sad to see them go but we wish them well in their careers and thank them, most sincerely, for their kindness, commitment and dedication to their work during their time with us.. Slán abhaile, a chailíní !!
Many thanks to Tesco in Sandymount and, of course, its shoppers, who nominated us for their Community Fund. Both schools received just under €400 from everyone’s efforts and we are extremely grateful for this act of generosity. The cheque was recently presented to the schools by 2 of our parents working in the store. Well done to all involved! We really appreciate it
Today everyone from Junior and Senior Infants had fantastic fun in the Hall doing all their activities using Positional and Directional Language!! That all sounds VERY posh but if you want to know anything about it, just ask the girls and they’ll explain!! Mrs. Kelly, Ms Brooks, Aimee, Mr Lehmann, Marie and loads of mams and dads worked their socks off to make sure everyone laughed ( …and, oh, how they laughed!!) and had a fabulous time! Well done everyone!
Well done to our girls, Ms. McCaw and Mr McMenamin for their heroic performance in Croke Park last Monday. They were really up against it but kept trying till the end and they did themselves, their families, their school and Ringsend proud!!
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6th Class are learning about Equivalent Fractions at the moment.
Here is the link to the fraction game we were playing in class! Enjoy!
Unfortunately, the Dublin Bus double-deckers, which we were able to avail of for previous finals in Croke Park, aren’t available to us for Monday. This means we have to pay for our transport to and from Croke Park and, as you can well imagine, this is a very expensive outlay. In order to keep this cost some bit manageable, we are hiring a coach and a private double decker. Because we are restricted by this, we won’t be able to automatically bring as many girls as we had previously hoped to do. The team and most of the girls from 5th and 6th will travel on the coach and will leave at 9am. The double decker will leave shortly afterwards. This will take the remaining girls from 5th and 6th, as well as the girls from 4th and any adults who need transport to the game. Because we are under such pressure for transport, we cannot now take all of 2nd and 3rd Classes to the game. If, however, you are a parent of a girl in 2nd or 3rd Class and would like to take your daughter along, we should be able to accommodate you. In order to defray some of the cost of transport on the day, we also need to ask that all girls (except of course the panel!) and adults travelling on the buses pay €3 each. This will be collected when you’re on the bus. It’s unfortunate that the game is so soon after we go back, but we need to focus now on cheering the girls on! Remember, too, that our colours are the same as the Irish flag, so any flags or other St. Patrick’s Day paraphernalia should come in handy to support the girls, Ms. McCaw and Mr McMenamin!! There are still some adult tickets available for the match and these can be got for €5 each, first thing Monday morning…