Room 18 have been busy!

4th Class are very lucky to have Chess Master Úna Boyle coming to teach us for six weeks. We are learning lots of exciting strategies. Some of us are learning how to play chess for the first time. 
We have also been learning about Magnetism in Science and have been investigating magnets this week. 

Paired Activities in Room 5 and 17

Maths Stations in Room 5

Feel Good Friday!


On Feel Good Friday, we reflected on what was a wonderful Wellbeing Week in Scoil Thomáis. Classes had assemblies to get together and share their thoughts and feelings. We also did our daily meditation first thing in the morning. 

Some classes did scavenger hunts, Maths trails  and walks around the school. Others played board games and did some mindful colouring. Junior and Senior classes paired up for some of these activities. 5th Class walked along the Royal Canal, and 4th Class walked to Blanchardstown Village and back.

We sincerely hope that the pupils enjoyed their Wellbeing Week and are refreshed and renewed for a busy few weeks ahead in Term 3.  

Terrific Thursday

Again, all classes started their morning with ‘drop everything and meditate’.

Rooms 22, 23, 24, 27, 26 and 12 did a yoga class with Laura in the hall. 

 Lots of classes did some nature scavenger hunts around the school and enjoyed the spring sunshine. 4th Class enjoyed a lovely walk to Blanchardstown.

 Some paired activities took place today also. Some senior classes read to younger children and assisted them with their outdoor Maths trails. 

Wellbeing Wednesday


We started our morning with a whole school meditation at 9.10am, this is a lovely calm way to start our day during Wellbeing week.

The following classes enjoyed Laura’s yoga class today; Rooms 9, 10, 11, 25, 20, and 13. There was lots of mediation, yoga poses and movement to music. 

 The children brought in board games today to play in class. Some Junior and Senior classes also paired up to play board games.

Thankful Tuesday

We were thankful for the lovely sunshine today particularly after the awful rain yesterday. All classes did their daily outdoor movement break with a great chance to enjoy the spring sunshine!

Pupils in Room 26 enjoyed a walk along the Royal Canal after a chocolate meditation this morning. They saw 10 newly hatched ducklings which was really special!

Junior and Senior classes paired up for lots of fun activities around the school including reading and outdoor games. Some classes did an outdoor Maths trail today in various spaces around the school including the zen den, outdoor classroom and yards. 

We had Laura from Star Kids Yoga in the school today. She will teach all classes across the school during the week.  Children from rooms 1, 3, 16, 17, 18, 19, 2, 4 and 21 took part in a yoga class today in the hall. 

Mindful Monday

The pupils had a nice start to the term with Wellbeing Week kicking off with Mindful Monday today. Children took some time to participate in some mindful colouring. Some classes also got a chance to enjoy a yoga session in the PE Hall today - pictured above are the pupils in Ms Peoples' Junior Infants. Every class will get a chance to do some Yoga by the end of the week.

Pupils talked about all of the exciting activities that are planned for the week including scavenger hunts, walks, paired activities, board games and many more.

As the children have no homework this week, we would encourage them to spend time on activities that will benefit their Wellbeing such as being active outdoors, reading or spending time with family and friends. 


Wellbeing Week 2024

Easter 2024 Newsletter

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Cáisc Shona Daoibh!


Scoil Thomáis will close on Friday 22nd March at 12 noon for Easter break and will re-open on Monday 8th April at 9am.

We hope that all of our staff, pupils and their families have a very Happy Easter!

Picture Books with First Class

Over the last couple of weeks the 6th class pupils in room 20, Ms O’Mahony ’s class have been working on picture books for Ms Waldron’s 1st class. We asked the children what their interests were and based the books on that. After that, we read the books to them and discussed what they thought about them. All of the 6th class pupils had great fun writing and reading the books to the 1st class pupils and everyone really enjoyed their time together.

By Ayda Moran and Anna Kristya

Greek Projects in Room 21

Ms O’Reilly’s 6th class recently completed their projects on Greece. We learned all about this amazing and beautiful country including Ancient Greece, the Olympic games, Greek Gods and much more. We also enjoyed some delicious Greek food including tzatziki with pitta bread, and Greek yoghurt with fruit and granola. 


primary language curriculum

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