Christmas Crib Competition

For The Green School Committee, our school hosts a competition where students can recreate the part of the bible where Jesus Christ was born in a stable and people came and gave gifts to them. These cribs must be made out of recyclable materials. The school encourages boys to spend time making the cribs as…

Coffee Morning 2019

For over 20 years our school has been holding Coffee Mornings to raise funds for our school’s behaviour draw and the school in general. This year was no different and everybody enjoyed it just as much as previous years. Sheila helped organise it and put a lot effort into it including two days’ preparation to…

College Awareness Week

                  It was College Awareness Week, a week to make sure children in school are clear on how college works. On each day of the week, the teachers did a different activity with the students in the class. Starting off on Monday, the activity was to make…

Climate Action Week

                A few days ago, it was climate action week and our school did a lot for it. The teachers talked to the students about how we affect the environment and ways we affect it and more importantly, can prevent it from getting worse. There was a quiz…

GOAL Jersey Day

On Friday our school hosted Jersey Day for Goal which is held annually around Ireland in many different schools. Pupils in our school like Goal Jersey Day because it is a day out of their uniform, while also raising funds for Goal which is a charity which helps people by bringing food and aid to…

Football Season in Full Swing

This year’s Cumann na mBunscol gaelic football league has just kicked off and our school’s gaelic football team is on a mission to reach Croke Park once more. In our group is St Mary’s Rathfarnham, Ballyroan and St Pius X Terenure. Everybody on the team is very excited but also focused with the challenge in…

Class Cooking

                  About two weeks ago one evening and the school picked some fresh courgettes from our big school garden. One of them was a little too big, so they thought of ways to use it. Ms Sheridan, one of the teachers in our school decided that she…