Monday 23rd to Friday 27th is STEM WEEK!!
STEM stands for : Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths!!
This week is packed full of exciting talks and engineering activities. If you can be a part of it, please let your child’s class teacher know!
There is going to be a Fantastic Physics demo for each of the classes in the hall!
There will be engineering activities in the hall for children from Junior infants to 2nd class and the children from 3rd- to 6th will be taking part in a Paper Chain challenge.
Children will be exploring maths in art.
Children from 1st to 4th will be taking part in collaborative experiments.
Children from 5th and 6th Class will be presenting their science experiments in the hall from 1:30 to 3:30. Please drop in to see the hard work and effort the children have put in over the past few weeks getting this ready.
We will have a look at some of the activities the children have been up to in the week and what they’ve explored, learned and discovered in the process!!
School closed tomorrow due to red status warning given by Met Éireann, national weather forecaster. Hurricane Ophelia is approaching Ireland and the Department of Education have advised all schools to close. The school shall re-open again Tuesday 17th.
Some boys from 3rd and 4th class took part a futsal blitz in Lucan Leisure Centre on Today. The boys put in some amazing performances and can all be really proud of themselves. They had two great wins and a very tight loss. There is a similar competition coming up after mid term for 5th and 6th boys.
Well done to the boys G.A.A team who recently competed in a blitz at Lucan Sarsfields. They put in an amazing performance and placed second in the league , winning their final match against Lucan East ETNS.
The boys continued their unbelievable run of results with a fantastic draw against Scoil Gáinne today. The boys fought back from 3 points down at half time to get a last minute point to draw the game scored by Steven. Every player should be proud of their performance in such horrible weather conditions. The team still have a chance of winning the league with their final league game against Lucan East next week.