On Monday we were lucky to be visited by Adam McDonagh who played a selection of gorgeous piano pieces. The children in 3rd-6th classes were very attentive and afterwards asked Adam some well-thought out questions. Adam’s visit was organised as part of a schools’ project developed by the Dublin international Piano Competition and the recital was the culmination of a study of the piano that 4th and 6th class students have been involved in. It was a great treat to listen to such a talented pianist and hear such beautiful music.
Senior Infants (and their parents) had fun making Leprechaun traps at home. They brought them into school to show us how they worked. Some children even sent videos of their traps in action.
It’s full steam ahead for our Travel Flag Action Day today. Our PSWOW (Park & Stride or Wheels on Wednesday) continues as normal but this time the striders will be decked in Green! We’ll have lots of interesting Travel themed activities going on in the classrooms and the teachers car park will look very different….
A big congratulations to the choir who took part in the interschools’ music festival, Cór Fhéile, on 8th March in the National Basketball Arena. They sang really well and did themselves and the school proud. Thank you also to all the parents who came along to support them.
The calendar for next year’s holidays is now available on the School Closures page.