Fourth class have been accepted to take part in Peace Proms this year. This is a cross border initiative where children learn songs and perform them in front of an audience in the RDS. We are very excited that the children are taking part and hope they enjoy the whole experience.
We are excited to announce that we are offering a morning club on a trial basis for the month of September. the club will be open to Senior Infant students up to Fourth Class. If the club continues after September, we will open up to Junior Infants as well.
The club will begin at 8.00am and children are welcome anytime between 8.00 and 8.45.
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We are delighted to have our students back for the 2019/2020 school year. Our school is expanding our class offering each year and we now have classes from Junior Infants up to Fourth Class and are in our new school home in Sandymount Village with the main school entrance on Seafort Ave. We’re looking forward to an exciting school year. Watch this space for more news throughout the year.
We are hoping to set up a morning (not breakfast) club to facilitate parents who want their child/ren to be dropped off to school and supervised (before school starts). This will be a paid for service.
This is in the very early stages of planning and we will have further details when we come back after the summer holidays.
We have had a very eventful year – here are just some of the awards, events and initiatives that took place over the year. A big well done to all of our hardworking children!
- School trip to Herbert Park
- Trick or Treat for Temple St.
- Student Council
- Green Schools committee
- Maths Week
- Whole school trip to the cinema
- Author reading
- Parent reading
- Winter shows
- Ipad training
- Science Week
- International Week
- Creative Schools
- Athletics competitions
- School trips
- Hot Chocolate & Board Games Day
- Seachtain na Gaeilge
- Weekly assemblies
- Class speakers
- Active week
- School Tours
- Inventor’s Challenge
- Biodiversity workshops
- Literacy workshops
- Literacy Week
We look forward to taking part in many more events and initiatives next year.
A notice from the Sandymount Tidy Towns Community Association:
I write to you all on behalf of the Sandymount Tidy Towns Community Association (STTCA) to inform you that we have initiated a new biodiversity educational project involving the installation of box hedging which will house a wide variety of herbs and bee friendly plants around the ESB Sub-Station in Sandymount Green.
To this end, and before you break-up for the summer, STTCA would greatly appreciate if you could ask your students to respect this project and refrain from playing ball and games around this general area in The Green. Any such damage would undo the good voluntary work of the STTCA. It is currently a work in progress