The second classes in St. Louis have begun training hurling twice a week for the next six weeks. The children are looking forward to putting their skills on show on Thursday 25th October at 1:45pm when the parents will be invited in to watch them play a match on our brand new main yard.
Welcome back everybody. We hope you had a lovely summer.
There was lots of summer work going on in school. There are new girls and accessible toilets thanks to a Government grant.
Check out the new big yard too! Following from BOM and parents association funding we were able to upgrade the yard to a bright synthetic grass covering. It looks great!
Room 12 went to Harold’s Cross park for a picnic.
The 6th class of 2018 graduated from St. Louis.
It was a lovely ceremony to send them off into secondary school.
Well done to all the pupils and best of luck in the future.
5th class went to Cathal Brugha barracks with the local garda and took part in lots of different soccer activities.
It was great fun!
Room 15 were very lucky to have Ms. O’ Brien to come into the class and taught us about water safety and lifesaving. We learned about how to be safe in the water and how to act if we get into trouble.
It was really interesting and we learned a lot. Thanks to Ms. O’ Brien.
Room 15 were very lucky to get to learn with Mr. Lane.
We learned so much and has great fun!
Room 15 were very lucky to learn all about our local resource – The Grand Canal from expert Eanna Ní Lamhna.
We learned all about the plants and animals that live there as well as the history of the canal.
It was very interesting.
The St. Louis choir treated the parents to their end of year performance. It was clear how much work the pupils and all of the choir teachers put in throughout the year.
The pupils were learning all about light and electricity with Mr. Lane and they used their knowledge of circuits to send Morse code messages.
It was great fun!