Our very popular school caretaker Eamon will be semi-retiring from his role today, Friday 9th of June. He will however continue to work in the school as a part-time caretaker each morning.

Well done to all the teams in the Scoil Thomais Athletics squad who represented the school so well in Morton Stadium. All 8 of our teams competed in the relay races on 30th May. The heats were extremely competitive with just 2 of 8 teams getting through to the finals. Our U14 Boys came 2nd in their heat and narrowly missed out on medals in the final, while our U10 Boys (Killian, Cathal, Jack and Junior) won their heat race and secured 3rd place in their final, claiming bronze medals for Scoil Thomais.

Well done boys! Thanks to trainers Mr


Hello again -We are still upgrading our new site - keep checking back for changes over the next few weeks!!!

We look forward to seeing you all at our School Walk on Sunday 14th of May at 11am. As this is our main fundraising event of the year, we hope to see lots of pupils past and present there!

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Well done to all the athletes who took part in the 3rd outing of this year’s Fingal Athletics League in Porterstown on Tuesday, 14th March. Once again, Scoil Thomais enjoyed some very impressive runs, with many of our runners coming in high places in their races. Particular mention goes to Junior and Cillian from the 3rd Class boys’ team, Daniel, Conor and Jayden in 4th Class, Aoife Byrne and both Conor Roche and Conor O’ Brien in 5th Class. This was the last trip to Porterstown for our 6th Class runners, and they did themselves proud – Adam Hennessy came in 3rd place, Ellen Mc Laughlin secured a 2nd place, and Conor


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Tá an scoil go léir ag céiliúradh Seachtain na Gaeilge 2017. Bhí rang Ms Egan ag imirt cluichí Cúla4 ar na iPads agus ar maidin, bhí glaoch Skype ag rang Ms Reilly. Bhí an rang go léir ag caint le rang a dó eile i nGaelscoil Shliabh Rua. Maith sibhse!

The whole school is celebrating Seachtain na Gaeilge 2017. Ms Egan's class were playing Cúla4 on the iPads and this morning, Ms Reilly's class had a Skype call with another second class in Gaelscoil Shliabh Rua. Well done everyone!

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Scoil Thomáis had the pleasure ofwelcoming author Dave Rudden to the school today. The Knights of the Borrowed Dark author gave writing workshops to all of the 6th Classes. He spoke


In anticipation of author Dave Rudden's visit to Scoil Thomáis on Monday, 6th of March, Thomas in Ms O'Leary's 5th class made a super Lego stop-animation book trailer for Dave Rudden's book, Knights of the Borrowed Dark. You can see Thomas' fantastic work in the video below!

Thank you for sharing your work Thomas! 


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