Every year the puils of St. Louis SPS paint wonderful, colourful pictures. These pictures are then put up on the notice boards and the rest of the pupils voted on them.
A famous Irish artist – Mick O’ Dea came into our school on Tuesday and awarded some of the pupils with prizes and talked about the paintings.
Well done to everyone that was involved and painted a picture and well done to Ms. Barrett for all of the organisation!
On Wednesday all of the classes took part in more fun activities in the yard.
Some classes played dodgeball with Ms. Neill and other classes practiced lots of basketball skills with Richard.
It was another fantastic day!
Second classes were invited to the opening of the newly refurbished playground in Belgrave Square.
We had lots of fun playing games and playing in the new playground.
Dublin City Council also provided us with yummy cupcakes, grapes, bananas and drinks. We also met and played with Eoghan Murphy T.D.
We had a great day out. A big Thank You to everyone.
All of the pupils (and some teachers!) went to the hall today to do some fast pace aerobics.
We learned some new moves and it was a lot of fun!
All of the boys and girls went out to the yard today and learned lots of new ways to skip and use their skipping ropes.
It was really hot outside but all of the pupils did really well and stayed really active!
Well done everyone – Looking forward to Day # 3!!!!
On Friday 25th May all of the pupils went to Kenilworth Park for a glorious sunny sports day!
All of the pupils worked very hard and had lots of fun in the sprints, relays, egg and spoon race, three legged race and the fantastic obstacle course!
Well done to everyone for taking part and making it the best sports day EVER!!
(A special thanks to the official Sports Day photographers – Megan, Jess, Erica and Lauren!)
The Chocolate Warehouse was so much fun. I learned the history of chocolate and I wish I could go there again! – Charienne – Room 15
The Chocolate Warehouse was brilliant and everyone had a good time! – Daniel – Room 15
We really enjoyed our trip and learned so much about the canal. – Nene-Room 15
I enjoyed learning about the creatures that live in and around the canal.- Cormac-Room 15
I really liked doing my project on the canal. Thanks Eanna! – Alexandra – Room 15
Visitors from The Notre Dame Folk choir visited our school yesterday. The St. Louis choir sang some lovely songs and the the Notre Dame choir sang after that.
They sang some lovely songs and played different types of instruments.
Some of the boys and girls even got to play some of the instruments – and the choir sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to Costel in 6th class!
The school choir were treated to a workshop by the Notre Dame choir after the concert. We all had great fun.
All of the pupils (and teachers!) had great fun!