Beech and Laurel have been really hard at work for the month of May researching lots of different countries! To present their work, they have created a website with all their hard work on display since we can’t show it off in the hall this year! This website is public so it can be shared Continue Reading
Senior Infants have been really hard at work this week and have written a book! They have been reading all about the Naughty School Bus and this week they wrote stories about more of his adventures! Super impressive Senior Infants! Well done! Check out the full book here!
We are super impressed with amazing teamwork happening in your homes! We have seen lots of photos of brothers and sisters working together, helping each other and having fun together. We have noticed and been impressed by the help and support we have observed from older siblings, especially those in our school, for the younger children in the Continue Reading
A huge well done to Rowan & Redwood on their amazing work for Intercultural May. We have received many amazing projects from the kids and we are super impressed by the level of work put in. We are also delighted to see the children spending time outside in the fresh air and fabulous weather.
First class has worked so hard this week. We have seen fantastic throwing and balancing skills, wonderful persuasive writing, self portraits and excellent subtraction skills. Well done on all your hard work as always. We are so proud of you!
Everyone at PETNS would like to say a big congratulations to Helen in 6th class! Helen recently wrote an article about the RDS Science Blast and submitted it to Clicnews. We’ve just found out that her article has been shortlisted for the top 10 and is featured on their homepage! Congratulations Helen! Irish Times is Continue Reading
Powerstown ETNS are asking all our families to continue to help us celebrate Ice-Cream Day at home this year! We’d like all our families to get behind the day in support of Down Syndrome Dublin, a fantastic cause that supports children, young people and adults with Down Syndrome live full and joyful lives. 🤸🏻♂️🤸🏻♀️You can support it Continue Reading