The children in St. Kevin’s are learning a dance and rap as part of Healthy Mind Healthy Body Week. Thanks to Belinda for all of her hard work so far! We are going to perform the dance as a whole school on Friday after our sponsored walk. Watch this space!
Here is a video of Junior Infants practising their moves!
Well done to the students from 4th, 5th and 6th class who took part in this years running trials on Wednesday and gave it their best shot! It was also great to see their fellow classmates support them on the sidelines. Take a look at the video below to see the runners in action!
Summer is finally here!…well, we think! The weather has been a little unusual!
This week, we are asking you to describe the weather in a sentence with only 5 words.
You are only allowed to use 5 words, no more no less! For example, if it was very sunny, your answer could be “Even Mr. Sun needs sunglasses!” The funnier and wittier it is, the better!
Take your time and write a short and funny weather forecast. Choose weather from last week or on the day you are posting your comment. Remember, the winner gets a night off written homework. Good luck everyone!
Congratulations to the boys golf team that won the Delgany Cup yesterday in very difficult conditions with a gross score of one under.
6th class recently enjoyed a very informative trip to Glasnevin Cemetery. They got to visit the graves of some of the most influential people in Irish history, such C.S. Parnell, Daniel O’Connell, O’Donovan Rossa, Éamon de Valera and Michael Collins. They had a great day and would like to thank our tour guides in Glasnevin and the parents who accompanied us on the trip.
Leo from Ms. O’Hara’s class was at the launch of the Community Spirit Awards in Dublin. Check out his photo below with Niall Quinn that was recently in the paper. Well done Leo!
Well done to all the boys and girls who represented St. Kevin’s in the hurling/camogie blitz in Bray Emmets today! They all put in a fantastic effort and everyone in the school is very proud of them! Kevins abú!
May is a special month as all 2nd classes will have their First Holy Communion ceremonies. All 3 classes have been working very hard! Ms Harmon and Ms O’Hara’s 2nd classes will be celebrating their First Holy Communion this week in the Holy Rosary Church in Greystones. We wish them the very best of luck for it and hope they have a fantastic day!
For this week’s ‘Question of the Week’, we are asking you to guess how many pieces of artwork will be on display in the Holy Rosary Church in Greystones on Saturday?
The student with the closest guess will earn themselves a written homework pass. Think carefully about your answer. Best of luck everyone!