Dear Parents and Guardians / A Thuismitheoirí agus a Chaomhnóirí,


Reminder: School closed bank holiday Monday, and Thursday 4th May for Staff training in the New Language Curriculum.


Next week we will say good-bye to Dearbhail, we would like to thank her for all she has accomplished with the Senior Infants, and to wish her the very best of luck with her work as a psychologist. We are delighted to welcome our colleague Naomi in her new role as the Senior Infant teacher.


Active Week

Thanks to some very enthusiastic activists in Fifth Class, we are celebrating Active Week with some active homework, to help us get active and stay active over the bank holiday and beyond! Enjoy.


Creative Minds

Drop in to the foyer to see a truly beautiful display of collaborative artwork by Fifth Class and Junior Infants. ‘We made creatures who live in ponds and rivers in a paper pond,’ Leah (5th) and Grace (JI).


A few dates for the diary

May: 1st Bank holiday; 2ndStorytelling event for Sixth Classs; 3rd Santry Trials; 4thStaff training on New Language Curriculum, No school for children; 9th Jun Inf trip to Imaginosity; 22nd Santry, and Irish Aid trip for Sixth; 24th Santry; 25th PTA quiz; 26th Irish Aid for Fifth Class

June: 5th Bank holiday; 16th Art Day; 21st Sports Day; 28th Graduation; 30thearly close, midday.



The following children were awarded Random Act of Kindness Awards this week: Amy in Áine’s Junior Infants, Eleanor and Anouk in Second Class, Katie in Fourth.



The following children were awarded Random Act of Respect Awards this week: Ross in Fourth Class and Emer and Sarah in Sixth class


Frása na Seachtaine:  Tá brón orm (Junior Infants to 2nd)

Gabh maith leithsceál (3rd to 6th classes)


Le meas,



Róisín Conlon,

Príomh Oide