Preparations are underway for our 150 celebrations.
Watch this space !!!!
After a week of maths the 6th classes, Ms. Bleahene and Mr. Brennan, win the Target Board challenge beating every other school in Ireland. Ms Molloy’s 4th class, after a late start came in 5th overall in Ireland. The boys worked really hard and the success of the weeks maths could be summarised in the one overheard comment ‘I never knew that maths could be so much fun’
If you are a past pupil of St. Joseph’s and would like to be made aware of events in relation to our 150 year celebrations please fill in and submit the form below and we will contact you. We do plan to have an event for the past pupils of the school. If you are in contact with other past pupils, please ask them to supply their details as well.
St Joseph’s BNS
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 boys and girls from St. Augustines in Blackrock gave a bodhrán workshop to the boys in 3rd class today. We have some session musicians in the making.
Liesbeth and Mr. O’Flynn joined Ryan in studio to talk about her recent visit to St. Joseph’s BNS Terenure to speak to the students. The boys made a film based on Liesbeth’s book “Written by Candlelight” which is about her family’s experience of German occupation in the Netherlands during World War II.
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You can hear the Hide and Seek story interview on the BBC with Liesbeth Langford at http://bbc.in/1qAmMQ9 (Broadcast 21/05/2016)
See some of the terrific art created by the boys this year in our art exhibition. This exhibition was organised by Ms Durkan and St. Joseph’s PA in association with all the teachers in the school. Well done to all concerned for this wonderful exhibition.