Our Current Newsletter

 

As part of our ongoing efforts to be a Green School, we make our school newsletter available online only.

You can read our April issue of the newsletter by clicking here or the picture above. 

After School Activities

Click the image above to view a list of available after school activities in Scoil Thomáis this term. 

Rescheduled PA Quiz Date

Welcome Back!

Scoil Thomáis has reopened after the Easter break.

We look forward to a fantastic third term ahead.

We hope all staff, students and their families had a really lovely Easter!

Easter Bake Sale

Thank you to everyone who came along and contributed to our Bake Sale today!

 

Stop, Block, Tell!

The boys and girls from Mr Ryan's 3rd Class have been learning all about Cyberbullying as part of the new Stay Safe programme.

You can watch them perform the rap in the video above and you can learn it for yourself too!

A Visit from the Storyteller

The children from Junior Infants to 6th class all really enjoyed a cuairt from storyteller Niall de Búrca today!

3rd Class Céilí for SnaG!

Well down to all the boys and girls in 3rd class who took part in the annual Céilí for Seachtain na Gaeilge.

Well done to our Athletics Squad!

Congratulations to all of our pupils who participated in the Fingal Athletics meeting in Porterstown yesterday, March 20th. A special well done to our 5th class pupil who achieved 1st place in his race!

Thank you to our teachers who have been working during lunchtimes to train the boys and girls. 

Read more: Well done to our Athletics Squad!

Easter Bake Sale

Scoil Thomáis Parents’ Association will hold an EASTER BAKE SALE in the school hall on the morning of Friday 23rd March from 9.15am until 11.30am.

Funds raised from the Sale will fund the purchase of sports gear and equipment. Donations of breads, cakes, buns etc can be left into the school hall from 8.50am on the morning of the BAKE SALE.

The Parents’ Association will be seeking parent volunteers to help on the morning. If you can help, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Each child brings in €2 and a lunchbox to bring home lovely bakes to eat at home

The PA is running a 'Guess the contents of the Jar' competition for adults coming to the Bake Sale on Friday 23rd March. Funds raised will go towards the Special Olympics Ireland Games, to be held in Abbotstown in June 2018.  A representative of Special Olympics will visit Scoil Thomáis in May to talk to pupils.

Junior Infants enjoyed the céilí!

Super Senior Infants have been super busy!

Children in Room 4 have been making bird feeders as new signs of spring appear.

Room 4 read the story of Hansel and Gretel. We acted out the story.  They also used their maths skills to construct their own version of the gingerbread house using Lego to make a sturdy structure. In addition to this, they designed and made a new gingerbread house for Hansel, Gretel and their dad to live in using art materials.

Ms Kelly’s Senior Infants and Mr O’ Mahony’s 4th class teamed up to enjoy some buddy reading in celebration of World Book Day.

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primary language curriculum

Click here to read some helpful information leaflets explaining the new Primary Language Curriculum.


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