Each year the children take part in Cor Fheile na Scoileanna (Music Festival for schools). Please click here for the report on the recent performance of 4th, 5th and 6th classes. Please click here for the report on the performance of 1st, 2ne and 3rd classes. Well done to all of the children and their super teachers! We are very proud of you.
For a selection of Pupils' Work throughout the year, go to the Public Gallery. The selection includes work from 4th Class on understanding the work of famous artists, Hallowe'en Art, Patricia's super Maths Week poster, 2nd Class clay autumn leaves, 5th Class Money inspired work and much more.
Cor Fheile Reports 2013:
Please click here for the report for our Senior Choir.
Please click here for the report for our Junior Choir.
To see a sample of our pupils' work in Spanish, please check out the Public Photo Gallery.
6th class are studying The Secret Garden and have written some beautiful poetry which they share with you here. January 2011
A collection of poems inspired by the study of the Holocaust. Written by 6th class in October 2011.
A collection of poems inspired by the study of life in the Dublin tenements in early 20th century. Written by 6th Class in October 2011.
http://photopeach.com/album/ueji18...... click here to see a slideshow of the Calabash.
A Year of Treasures by Niamh....a poem full of thoughts on the year in 5th Class.
Baltinglass Outdoor Adventures...what a day out! A poem by Nela and Aisling.
A Year to Remember...a reflection on 5th class by Nina.
Skivvy Poems by 5th class: These poems were inspired by our reading of 'Wildflower Girl' by Marita Conlon McKenna. We read about the harsh conditions meted out to the Irish women who had left Ireland with the hope of a better life. Click here to read our poems.
Click here to read poetry written by our 6th class pupils. Poetry by 6th Class: April 2011
For a selection of poetry written by our 5th class pupils, click here: Poetry by 5th Class, May 2011
Click here to read the story Beaver Fever, written by 6th class and recently published in the Fighting Words supplement with The Irish Times: Beaver Fever