Today we ran the final kilometre of our marathon. What an achievement it was - running 40km in total between September and now. The cold, rain and wind couldn't stop us as we ran our daily laps each morning and after each break!
We have developed great fitness and stamina and can't wait to take on the next running challenge!
Check out our final kilometre in the photos above!
We came so far with our road safety skills after completing our Cycle Right Training. To finish our training we put in to practice all that we had learned in school on the roads around Tyrrelstown! Check out our skills above!
We will be starting Relationship and Sexuality Education (RSE) as part of the National Curriculum for Primary Schools in November.
This is a really important part of the curriculum and we are legally obliged to teach it. Please be assured everything that is taught to your child is age appropriate.
We have attached home school links that outline what will be covered in these lessons, as well as possible discussions to have with your child in advance of the lesson.
The discussion you have with your child will help you feel you have included your family's values to prepare your child for the lesson ahead.
If you have any questions or concerns after reading through the programme, please contact us at email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
James and Sinéad.
Lots of fun and learning in the Rose Class over the last few weeks! Check out the photos above to see us working collaboratively on our Famous Refugee projects, making our smoothies and veggie skewers to promote a healthy diet, our project presentations, working with IZAK 9 maths cubes for maths week and raising awareness of DLD for DLD day.
We were very privileged to host Draíocht Theatre's production The Dig in the school hall today. The story followed a budding acheologist on his path for recognition and appreciation. The children really enjoyed the production and thought the creativity involved in writing and creating the set and sound design for such a show was highly impressive!