European Dodgeball Championship launches at Ravenscraig on Saturday and is a free event.
Congratulations to the boys and girls who took part in the Gaelic Football semi- finals at St.Ambrose this morning. Mrs.Drummond reported that the children were a credit to the school with plenty of sportsmanship on show!
Miss Lester’s class went off on a treasure hunt today as part of their work on compass points. Miss Lester arrived in class today dressed as a pirate with her own treasure map. The map lead to great excitement across the class as everyone went outside to follow the map, using their compass and angles skills. It was an exciting morning and everyone returned to class with a piece of treasure.
Congratulations to the pupils from Miss Lester’s class who received the Sacrament of Holy Communion today. You were a credit to your family and to the school. Many thanks to Father Travers for such a beautiful service and for all the support he has provided to both Miss Lester and the children. Well done boys and girls!!
|Monday||Mrs. Ewart – Kodaly – Pr.5
Netball – Fun 5’s – Pr.4/5 – 2 teams of 7, Time Capsule 10 – 12
Jotter Monitoring – Rm 1,2,3,10,11
STAFF COLLEGIATE NIGHT
|Tuesday||Gaelic Football Semi- finals St.Ambrose 9.20 – 12.30
Mrs.McGlone – out pm – in-service training
Jotter Monitoring Rm 4,6,14,15
|Wednesday||PC Shona Smith to visit MrsDocherty – parking issues -10.00am
Child Smile – Fluoride varnish applications
Jotter monitoring – Rm 7,8,15,16
|Thursday||Mrs.Docherty- out all day – AGM – ACPHT
Pr.1 – Induction Afternoon – Mr.sElliott to lead
Jotter monitoring – Rm 9,12
Rooms 1,2, 9 and 12 to visit Charlotte Toal Centre.
Two star gymnasts from Mr.O’Dowd’s class were keen to show off their talents to their classmates this week. We look forward to seeing the gymnastic talents of the rest of the class after such brilliant demonstrations. Well done girls!
Our school grounds were are an extremely busy place as classes across the school took advantage of the good weather and got outside for outdoor learning day. Here are a few highlights showing Pr. 1,2 and 7 making use of our school grounds and carrying out some excellent teamwork.
Many thanks to all the contributors who gave up their time and came along today to support our second Careers Fair. It was a resounding success thanks to their commitment and enthusiasm. We really could not have done it without such dedicated supporters of the school. Our contributors provided the children with the opportunity to learn about a wide array of professions such as acting, printing, aircraft engineering, science, optometry, pharmacy, karate, banking, software engineering, dental science, biology, trucking/transport, quantity surveying, real estate, environmental health, health promotion and teaching. It was great to see the children so engaged and eager to ask lots of questions. Our afternoon was a great success with many thanks to our Parent Council for their support in organising the event. Here are a few highlights.