Christmas Plays for Junior and Senior Infants
Thursday 17th December 2015
Room 1 -
Room 2 -
Room 3 -
Room 4 -
Room 6 -
Room 5 -
Science Week -
Congratulations to all the pupils who worked so hard on their science projects. A big THANKS goes to their parents and teachers for their help and support with the projects and to Mrs Keane, the science co-
Well Done Everyone!
Board of Management 2015 -
Attention all parents!
There will be a meeting in the Library on Tuesday 10th November at 7:30pm to appoint two parents,one mother and one father, as nominees to the Board of Management 2015 -
Rag Day for Plan International
Many thanks to all the children and parents who managed to raise 1,315 euro for 'Plan International' on our rag day, Friday 2nd October 2015. This money will go to help the global refugee crisis.
Commemorating the Centenary of the 1916 Rising
On the morning of Monday 28th September 2015, two members of Óglaigh na hÉireann (the Irish Defence Forces) came to our school to present us with an Irish Flag and a copy of the 1916 Proclamation. All the children from our fourth, fifth and sixth classes were in the hall to await this special presentation. Also some of our musicians were there to help enrich proceedings. The children were asked about the Irish Flag and the significance of the tricolour. They answered all the questions about the flag really well. The significance of the 1916 Proclamation was explained to the children. The children were told that the 1916 Proclamation was a very important document at a time in Irish history which led to the birth of an independent Ireland. They were told that the 7 signatories of the Proclamation played a large part in the 1916 Easter Rising. After being informed of the protocols of the national flag, one of the children was presented with the Irish Flag. We were asked to raise this flag on 15th March 2016 -
On the 29th June, the whole school came together for a special concert to say goodbye to Mrs Murphy and Mrs Ennis, who are retiring. The concert was a fitting tribute to the two ladies who have been so dedicated to our school and pupils. Each class group sang a song or songs introduced by class representatives. At each stage two children put a flower into vases for both Mrs Murphy and Mrs Ennis. Also on the day the Tuesday choir sang, the trad group played some tunes and the Wednesday musical group also performed for the two retirees and the whole school community. At the end of our gathering Mrs Murphy and Mrs Ennis were both presented with a bouquet of flowers by pupils and received a warm and heartfelt round of applause in acknowledgment of their service to the school. We wish Mrs Murphy and Mrs Ennis a healthy and happy retirement.
Here are some websites which may inspire you in your bid to get more active and healthier!
Outdoor Activities in Kildare:
Pop up 5km run (Naas) Wednesday of every month €5
Jog for Jockeys 10km fun run
Healthy eating plans and tip for all the family.
Important information for a healthy family lifestyle.
These are some photos from our Active School Week back in April. All children loved taking part and are still talking about the fun they had!!
Our Active School Continues!!
A service was held in the Memorial Garden to remember and pray for the deceased members of our school and community.
After School ICT Club
Some 5th and 6th class pupils have become involved in an after school ICT club. In this club the children have learned about internet safety and how to search the internet effectively. The children have gone on to create their own student blog, which gives an insight into the activities of the pupils in school. To look at the blog check out http://sallinsns.edublogs.org/.
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 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' has been such a success that it is to continue. 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.
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.
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.