The lines are all learned, the costumes are ready and we are looking forward to presenting our junior concert to you tomorrow and Wednesday night. Here are a few reminders:
- Raffle tickets will be sold each evening. The raffle will take place on Wednesday and we will email the winning numbers to all parents. So keep your tickets safely.
- We would be delighted to receive more prizes. Please drop them to the office over the next couple of days.
- There are two concerts each evening. The first show will begin at 7.00pm. The second show will be at 8.00pm.
- If you are attending the 8.00pm show, please enter from the outside by following the arrows which will bring you to a holding room.
- Children will be minded in their own classrooms for the duration of their show. If, however, you have children in both the 7.00 and 8.00 shows, rooms 1 and 9 are the holding rooms where they will be looked after so you can relax and enjoy the show.
- As space is an issue, we cannot allow children in the hall in the evenings, in the interest of health and safety.
- Please do not take photos or video the show. The video will be available in January, and the photos will be available to order online in the next few days.
Thank you for all of your support and encouragement,
The following books in our picture been chosen by the children of our school together with our Parents association to make choosing books easier this Christmas. A list has been sent to all homes.
These are all our favourite books so get reading over the holidays and hopefully Santa will see our list too.
Today is kind of spooky around our school as lots of the boys and girls are dressed up in Halloween costumes. Even some of the teachers have evolved into witches over night. This week we have all been really looking forward to our Midterm Break and the Halloween fun as we play the family games at home or go on ‘trick or treat’ in our area.
Safety is really important around Halloween and we all hope that the older boys and girls in our school keep a good close eye out for the ‘younger ones’ over the next week. We wish everybody a nice, relaxing and spooky midterm and look forward to seeing everybody back safe and sound after the break.
We were so lucky in our school today as Sam Maguire came to visit us. It is the 26th time that the Dublin senior football team have won the All Ireland Football Championship. Dublin’s super corner forward Eoghan O Gara came to our school with the trophy along with Panner our club coach. Eoghan played a big role with Dublin this year kicking the winning score against Kerry in the all Ireland semi final.
We are so lucky in our school to get a visit form this famous trophy and we asked Eoghan to make sure and win it again next year so we can cover Malahide with the ‘blue of the Dubs’ again.
More pics to follow!!
Last Friday was our Mile run challenge in St Oliver Plunkett school. All children from 3rd to 6th ran a ‘timed’ mile in the castle thanks to help of Raheny Shamrocks and Ms Keary. Parents were present on the day offering their help, support and encouragement. It was a great day with some really tired legs at the end.
Tomorrow is ‘Fruity Friday’ in our school. The Parents Association will be giving each child in the school an opportunity to taste and test different fruits. It has been a very healthy week in our school. We cant wait for tomorrow.