Some of our lovely Third Class pupils have composed, performed and recorded a song that they hope will make it to Mars! Please give them a vote if you can by following the link below!
Dreaming of Mars - Call from Mars | Časopis vesmír https://mars.vesmir.cz/detail/z1o1bMDh#.XLBytzrdog4.twitter
Thank you so much to everyone who baked for our Easter Bake Sale - we had a great turn out!
The Bake Sale couldn't have happened today without the help of our wonderful Parents Association volunteers - thank you!
Room 4 baked some Easter treats just in time for our School Bake sale! We had lots of fun adding the fluffy chick and golden egg to each nest.
As part of our ongoing efforts to be a Green School, we make our school newsletter available online only.
You can read the Easter 2019 issue of the newsletter by clicking here or the picture above.
The boys and girls in Ms Scally’s Junior Infant's class have been learning all about games and toys from the past.
They loved trying out the following games in the yard:
- Spud and spoon races.
- Ring board.
- Skittles (bowling)
Pupils in Ms. Scally’s Junior Infants class and in Ms. Boyce’s 6th class have been meeting up to engage in paired reading. Both class levels enjoy working together and new friendships have been formed!
We look forward to meeting up again soon!
154 children have been battling since January for the honour of being crowned Scoil Thomáis Chess Champion 2019.
After a superb final, we can now announce that this year’s chess champion is ZAYD HUSSAIN and the runner up is DAIRE GLENNANE!!!
Well done to all the children who took part in the championship this year. Special thanks to the chess committee: Rimas, Younis, Colin, Danyal, Duane, Hugh and Matthew. They gave up many lunchtimes in order to coordinate, supervise and judge matches. Gratitude to Ms Farragher who allowed us to use her room and who helped with supervision.
Here is a list of the year group winners and runners up:
Winner: Dylan Hadfield
Runner up: Darius Cloptaru
Winner: Jason Liu
Runner up: Jacopo Panunzio
Winner: Darragh Cullinane
Runner up: Iestyn Hadfield
Winner: Zayd Hussain
Runner up: Younis Kurchied
Winner: Daire Glennane
Runner up: Ahmad Ghazy
We all had a fantastic day yesterday, Wednesday, April 3rd, on our school walk. Teachers and pupils alike walked down to Laurel Lodge green throughout the day all with the aim of raising funds for our Sensory Room project!
We hope that all of our pupils and staff, along with our lovely parent volunteers, had a great day!
Thank you to the Parents Association for providing the treats for the pupils.
We kindly ask for all sponsorship cards to be returned to school as soon as possible.
Here are some photos of the Junior walk - you can see some other photos on our Twitter or Instagram account - @ScoilThomais
On Tuesday the 1st of April, Conn Flynn gave the children of 4th class a very informative presentation on Irish wildlife, Biodiversity, Habitats and Ecosystems. Conn was so impressed with the children’s prior knowledge of these subject areas. A highlight of the presentation was seeing a Sparrow hawk in action as well as the Badger Bin Fight. Thanks again to Conn for a great day!
The children in Ms. O’ Leary’s fourth class have been busy learning all about Japan. The children completed amazing projects about Japan and dressed up in Japanese costume on Friday. The children will present their projects in class over the next week or two. Some of the children made some lovely origami pieces to celebrate the day. We also made some lovely lollipop stick boxes for Mother’s Day on Sunday. We hope all the mums have a lovely Mother’s Day!
The chess tournament has reached its final stages and our wonderful participants are preparing for their last matches! Well done to everyone who participated so far, and for everyone waiting to play their final match - the very best of luck to you all! Here are some pictures from the competition to date.
Last week, we made blueberry muffins as part of our lessons for Seachtain na Gaeilge. We started by learning the Irish words for the ingredients and materials we needed (flour, eggs, caster sugar, blueberries etc.) and then we made the muffins in the staff room. There were two different groups (boys versus girls). It was a tough decision for our teacher, but he finally chose a winner…the boys! We all had a lot of fun and got to eat the muffins after. Take a look!
An tseachtain seo caite, rinneamar muifíní fraochan gorma do Seachtain na Gaeilge. D’fhoghlaim muid an Ghaeilge nua a bhí ag teastáil (plúr, uibheacha, siúcra mín, fraochán gorma srl.) agus ansin rinneamar na muifiní sa seomra foirne. Bhí dhá grúpa ann – buachaillí agus cáiliní. Bhí rogha deacair le déanamh ag an múinteoir, ach faoi dheireadh, phioc sé an buaiteoir...na buachaillí! Bhí an-chraic againn agus bhí na muifíní an-bhlásta. Féachaigí orthu!
- Séan, Amy, Bianca & Sarah (Room 26)