Ceremonies

Congratulations to all the boys on receiving their First Holy Communion in St. Joseph’s Church in Terenure. 

 

Hear the boys from St. Joseph’s BNS, directed by Ms Catherine Bleahene, perform Gaudete in St. Joseph’s Church

 

 

 

We were presented with the Green Flag for our work in GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP – LITTER & WASTE (our sixth flag) on Tuesday, May 24. Oscar  and Ethan  attended the ceremony in The Helix, accompanied by Ms. Maher and Mr. Concannon. Of course, awards like this are only possible as a result of the hard work and enthusiasm shown by the Green Team and by the pupils and teachers of St. Joseph’s. Well done to all concerned. 

The Green Committee and Mr. Concannon have worked tirelessly over the past two years to ensure that St. Joseph’s retains our Green School status. Their hard work  was recognised by Green Schools Ireland when St. Joseph’s was awarded yet another green flag. The new flag was officially raised today by Mr. Concannon, the Green Committee and Ms. McCabe.

 

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We were treated to some top class traditional music and dancing for Seachtain na Gaeilge. The traditional band were invited by Mr. Concannon and Katie Farrell gave an  exhibition of Irish dancing. Katie will be competing at the World Dancing Championships next week.

This was a fantastic opportunity for us all to experience live music and dancing.

 

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