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Visit from Digital Schools Validator

It was a real pleasure to have Dr Daithí Ó Murchú visit Scoil Thomáis for a Digital Schools of Distinction Validation visit on Thursday the 19th of October. Daithí visited a total of 12 classrooms and saw a wide variety of technology being used by the pupils around the school.

Many thanks to all of the teachers who were kind enough to volunteer to allow Daithí visit their classrooms during the visit! 

A big thank you to the teachers on the Digital Schools of Distinction Committee who worked over the last year on achieving the standard needed to apply for the Digital Schools of Distinction Award. 

We hope to hear positive news back from the DSoD Committee some day soon! 

Upcoming Bake Sale

Halloween Bake Sale - Friday 20th October, 2017

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Scoil Thomáis Parents Association and the school have organised a BAKE SALE on Friday, 20th October. Donations of home baking, cakes buns, etc. can be left into the school hall from 8.50am on Friday morning. Come to the hall via the exterior school hall door.

Please make sure that all food containers, tins etc. are labelled clearly so that they can be returned to you after the sale.

All classes, accompanied by their teachers, will come to the hall from 9.15am onwards. Please note that each pupil may bring in €2 maximum to spend at the sale. Pupils eat their bakes at home please. Each child must bring a sandwich bag/lunch box to bring home their chosen bakes.

Parents are welcome to come to the BAKE SALE from 10.30am – 11.00am to buy bakes.

Please support this fundraiser and all monies raised go towards the school Sports Fund.

Thank you to those parents who have volunteered to help on the day of the sale.

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Parent Information Evening

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Scoil Thomáis continues it's implementation of the Anti-Bullying programme again this school year in accordance with the Department of Education Guidelines. This year, for classes 1st - 6th, we will be teaching a set of awareness raising lessons over the school year as part of a special Anti-Bullying initiative which is being co-funded by Fingal County Council.

As part of the implementation of the Anti-Bullying programme in the school, parents/guardians are invited to a Parent Information Evening which will focus on Parents Positive Role in Potential Bullying Situations which will be held in Scoil Thomáis on Tuesday evening 3rd October at 7.30pm.

The meeting will last for approx 1 hour and will be addressed by anti-bullying expert Monica Monaghan who developed this programme for schools. This workshop focusses on the understanding of bullying behaviour from a parent's perspective and will give parents strategies to deal with any bullying problems without anger or blameful reaction. 

All parents are strongly advised to attend this important meeting and to support the school in implementing this very worthwhile programme in the school.

Ádh mór ar fhoireann Áth Cliath!

Best of luck to the whole Dublin Senior Football Team from everyone in Scoil Thomáis as they compete against Mayo in the All Ireland Football final on Sunday in Croke Park!

 

primary language curriculum

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


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