Active School Week
will run in the school from Monday April 20th to Friday April 24th.
All children are to wear their PE uniform this week.
Each class will take part in a wide range of fun activities.
Some classes will take part in an aerobic fitness programme, while other classes will get to sample Zumba dancing and tennis.
Other activities include a basketball challenge, a skipathon and relay races.
Zumba Dancing for Parents during our Active School Week.
Get active and have some fun by taking part in Zumba dancing on Tuesday, April 21st from 1.40pm to 2.00pm.
This is open to all parents and grandparents.
There is no cost involved and no experience needed.
Remember, Get Active, Get Fit, Your Body Needs It!!
Parents' Council Quiz
This year the Parents' Council quiz will be held on Thursday 26th March in 'Lock 13' at 8:30p.m. We look forward to an enjoyable evening.
Please find a list of some of the spot prizes that have been kindly donated for our annual table quiz on Thursday 26th March 2015. Anyone who is unable to attend the quiz but would like to purchase raffle tickets, can do so in the school on the mornings of Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th from 9.30 to 10.30.
1 strip of tickets (5 tickets) costs €2
3 strips of tickets (15 tickets) costs €5
Vouchers from the following businesses:
The Fun Factory
The Book Haven
The Butchers Block
Canal Walk Cafe
Sunny Dry Cleaners
K Leisure Gym
Lily White Beauty Salon
One 4 All Vouchers donated by Moynihan & Moynihan Marketing
Other prizes include:
Magee shirt from Mardac Clothing
Set of Champagne Flutes from Carousel Gifts
Hamper from Supervalu
Gift Set from Millies Beauty Salon
Plant from Johnstown Garden Centre
Gift Set from Sallins Pharmacy
Gift Set from Mangans Pharmacy
Sander from Woodies
Chocolate Easter Chick from Leonidas
Hamper from Tescos
George Foreman Grill, wine and chocolates from Brightline
On Tuesday 3rd February over 700 pupils and staff came out to the senior yard to perform together the four dances that we have been practising for weeks. This impressive display of dance was recorded and even featured in the programme 'Operation Transformation' on 12th February.
Our 'Walk to School Campaign' was such a success that it is to continue for the next few weeks. Children and parents are encouraged to walk to school where possible.
Remember 'Get Active, Get Fit, Your Body Needs It!'
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.
Our caretaker, Kevin Connolly, retired on 19th December. We thank him for his commitment and dedication to the school. We wish Kevin a long, healthy and happy retirement.
Science Week 2014
Congratulations to all the children who participated in the Intel Mini-
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!"
Féile na Sollán 2014
Singers and musicians from Sallins National School celebrated wins at Féile na Sollán 2014. Click on the 'Sult na Sollán' logo.
Sallins Business Association
Logo Competition 2014
Thank you to all the pupils who took part.
From the wide range of logos submitted, Katie's was the winner!
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.
Green Flag Day, 21st June 2013
On an overcast Friday morning pupils, past-
'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.