Congratulations to Mr. O´Flynn´s class who were awarded Best Performance at the Terenure College Schools´ Drama festival. Their performance of “Judge Knot” written and directed by Mr. O´Flynn had the audience in stitches and won high praise from the judges. Photos here


Last week, we had the first ever indoors athletics Primary schools’ event at the magnificent new arena in Abbottstown. St Joseph’s were represented by boys from 5th and 6th class who all performed very well. Medallists were Luke-bronze in the 600m, Alex-silver in the shot and gold for our excellent relay team (Aaron, Liam, Tom and Dillon). Photos Video

Seachtain na Gaeilge

Le coicís anuas bhí ocáidí eagsúla ar siúil sa scoil le haghaidh Seachtain na Gaeilge. I measc iad súid bhí ceachtanna rince, cuairt ó ghrúpa ceoltóirí tradisiúnta agus tráth na gceist i nGaeilge. Ár mbuíochas leis na múinteoirí a d´éagraigh gach rud.
We had a variety of events in the school to celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge. These included Irish dancing lessons, quizzes and a visit from a group of traditional musicians. Thanks to the teachers who organised everything.

Our Trip to Marsh’s Library – Report

Celebrating engineering and science

As part of Engineer’s Week both third classes visited Marsh’s Library and had lots of fun with experiments of all kinds. Other classes completed the Engineers Challenge Pack where they engaged in the Engineer Design Process. They asked questions such as: What is the challenge? What are some solutions, Can we plan and create? and finally What could work better, can we improve? The boys also learned about Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Process Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Computer and Software Engineering.

Trip Report

School’s back in action!

Thanks to Jerry, Mark, Roger and Dave for helping to make it safe for our return to school on Monday 5th March. After a few hours of digging, and a check on the electric, heating, water supply, drains and potential flood/leak preparations put in place we are quite confident that the school is fit for purpose and ready to open Monday morning at 8.50 am. There will be no access to the yards tomorrow so please follow all prepared walkways and head straight into class upon arrival at the school in the morning.