We’re delighted to announce that our GAA teams are already up and running and the children involved have been engaging in training and matches this week. The Girls’ GAA Team played their first match on Wednesday afternoon and the Boys’ Team were in action on Thursday. Both teams came up against some stiff opposition, but we’re very proud of their efforts and we’re already looking forward to the next match. Thanks to all of the teachers who are helping with training and on match days.
Orientation Meetings & Infant Coffee Morning
We would like to thank all of the parents and guardians who were able to make it into the school and/or view pre-recorded orientation videos over the past two weeks. 4th to 6th class parents will be receiving information about their orientation in the coming days. On Wednesday, September 21st we will be hosting a junior infant coffee morning and all parents and guardians of junior infant children are welcome to attend. If you have any questions about the morning, Niall will be happy to answer them. You can contact Niall via email email@example.com
Thanks again for your help with drop-off in the mornings. Similarly, thanks for your patience and understanding about parking when collecting your children. We appreciate the challenges associated with parking in the local area but fire and safety regulations mean our hands are tied in this regard. National Walk to School Week takes place this year from September 19th to 23rd 2022. This week is all primarily about showing how walking as a positive mode for getting to and from school.
Climate Fest 2022
Join Climate Fest 2022 and be part of the climate solution
Taking place in Tymon Park on Saturday, 17th September from 11am – 4pm, this FREE day out, suitable for all ages, is your way to explore climate action. The festival aims to promote climate friendly living, with something for everyone. If you have had enough of reading about climate action, come see it in action. (South Dublin County Council)
Read more about it here.
Take a look at our Twitter feed @lucaneastet to see all of the great work in our classrooms. Cuba class have been very busy with teamwork in P.E. while Fiji have been learning about the counties and provinces using our student iPads. In Germany class Maths addition and subtraction incorporated an element of Connect 4 and junior infants Moldova class are already trying to get to grips with the art of painting.
Have a lovely weekend,