Ceremony of Light!
On Wednesday 7th February at 7:30 pm. the Ceremony of Light will be held in the church in Sallins for the 6th class pupils of St.Laurences N.S. who are making their Confirmation in March.
I.N.T.O. Tips for Parents of Primary School Children
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R.A.G. DAY CHARITIES
Over the last number of years the school community has raised much needed funds for various charitable organisations. We thank you very much for your constant support and for the entusiastic and colourful participation of the children.
This year's chosen charities are:
'St. Vincent de Paul (Sallins)',
'Bia le Beatha'
More information will follow.
School Application Forms
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Junior Infant Application Forms for the academic year 2018/2019 will only be available from the school between Friday 1st December 2017 and Wednesday 31st January 2018. The closing date for receipt of Junior Infant applications is Wednesday 31st January 2018.
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Seachtain na Gaeilge arís!
Bhí na páistí an-
Thanks and congratulations to all the pupils and staff who worked so hard to make it a very special and memorable occasion.
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Celebrating 1916 in 2016 artistically!
Mrs Scott and some 6th class pupils constructed the G.P.O. from recycled materials! Mr McDonnell's class produced beautifully framed pictures commemorating the Rising of 1916.
Seachtain na Gaeilge
In keeping with tradition musicians from Alexandra College visited us once again to help us celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge. This annual event brings together the students from our 4th, 5th and 6th classes along with the secondary school musicians for a festival of traditional and modern Irish music. The central theme this year was commemorating 1916 in 2016 style! And we certainly did that with the musicians from Alexandra College playing if front of our very own G.P.O.!!
Aquaponics Project Opening
On Friday 17th April 2015
Active School Week
ran in the school from Monday April 20th to Friday April 24th.
The active school committee organised a myriad of activities for the 'Active School Week'. These activities included a basketball challenge, a skipathon, tennis coaching, zumba dancing, dodgeball challenges, relay races, walk a mile, fitness classes, yoga and dancing. It seemed they even ordered the good weather for all the activities!!!!! The children all enjoyed being especially active and even homework was given an 'active twist'. Well done to everyone for taking part so enthusiastically.
On January 23rd, Cameron Ogiugo-
The event was help in the Science Gallery at Trinity College. The boys displayed their project which attracted much attention.
They were visited by three different sets of judges, and the Minister of State at Dept of Education & Skills and Jobs,
Enterprise & Innovation, Damian English. The boys received the award for the 'Most Innovative Idea!' Congratulations and very well done to the boys.
Heritage in Schools
Many thanks to our Board of Management for funding this science event. Click the picture to read and view our photos and activity reports. Also click HERE to view our ongoing "Bog Art Work" and "Reflections on the Lullymore Day!"
Safety Travelling To and From School
Remember to cross the road safely with the lollipop lady, on your way to and from school.
Please use the pedestrian gates to enter and exit safely.
For those travelling by bike remember to protect your head by wearing a helmet.
'One Small Step, One Giant Leap' was officially launched on 12/12/12.
Opposite are some photographs which give a flavour as to how the launch was celebrated.
Click here to find out more about this project.