Archive for March 2014

Well done to the boys of 6th class and Mr. O’Flynn who were the overall winners at the Terenure College Drama festival with their production “Thank You, Miss Haggard” written and produced by Mr. O’Flynn. More photos can be seen here and a video of the play can be seen here.




Report from Terenure College Newsletter


Drama2 from St. Joseph's BNS on Vimeo.

Drama 1 from St. Joseph's BNS on Vimeo.

Report by Emilis and Jamie (5th Class)

We had a cookery demonstration from a chef who works at “The Lovely Food Company”. He taught us how to make smoothies and he made us some pancakes (with raspberry jam, white chocolate and marshmallows. He used pure orange juice, yoghurt, berries and honey instead of sugar. For the pancakes, he used eggs, flour, and a tiny bit of sugar. Then he told us about that cola is bad for your teeth, but it is very nice and ok to drink it sometimes, but not always.


P1090610 from Window on Europe on Vimeo.

P1090609 from Window on Europe on Vimeo.

by Barra, Gavan and Jacob (6th Class)


We met the Holocaust survivor, Tomi Reichental. It was a Monday morning and everyone was excited as none of us had ever met a survivor of one of the most tragic and horrific events of all time and there are not many left to tell the tale. The day before, we had watched Tomi’s movie, “Until the Tenth Generation”, learning about his stolen childhood in Burgen Belsen. He came in and told us his courageous tale. He was born in a small Slovak village. His father was a farmer and his grandfather was a shop-owner. They, like himself, were both Jewish. It was not until he was six years old when he realised he was different from others ……….. Read the full report here

Boys from 3rd and 4th classes performed last night at Córfhéile na Scoileanna in the National Basketball Arena to a packed audience. The boys were conducted and directed by Ms. O’Riordan and Ms. Maher assisted by Ms. Rooney and Mr. O’Malley. It was a very enjoyable night for all concerned.


See the boys from St. Joseph’s perform  here.

The boys in Ms. Durkan’s class were the stars of the day when they performed their rap for the RTE News. This was part of the Portion Wise Week being run by and in conjunction with the schools in the area. Pupils from the Presentation Primary and St. Pius X, Horizons Montessori and Terenure College also attended.


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