Schools around the country are participating in @CodeWeekEU. We went to @StBrigidsNS, which wants to show its students that learning how to code isn't just for computer programmers. pic.twitter.com/31ADD7kBvD— RTÉ news2day (@news2dayRTE) October 16, 2018
It’s Maths week and Ms. Robinson’s class were busy today completing Maths Trails outside .
1. Discover the Internet togetherBe the one to introduce your child to the Internet. For both parent and child it is an advantage to discover the Internet together. Try to find web sites that are exciting and fun so that together you achieve a positive attitude to Internet exploration. This could ma
On Tuesday and Wednesday this week our 4th , 5th and 6th classes will have talks on Cyber Safety.Saint Brigid’s National School aims to ensure that children are safe and feel safe from bullying, harassment and discrimination. This school is committed to teaching children the knowledge and skills to
Looks like great fun in @stbrigidsns yesterday with Sam, Dean, Ciaran & Michael Darragh!! 👕 https://t.co/VYPqjaVECv— StBrigidsGAA (@StBrigidsGAA) October 13, 2018
@StBrigidsGAA @stbrigidsns @CKKilkenny93 @Deanrock14 @MDMA_9#newdublinjersey #sam pic.twitter.com/ZPldcmUAl7— Barry Mullane (@BarryMullane1) October 12, 2018
The children in Room 6 went on a nature walk on Wednesday. They enjoyed crunching the autumn leaves with their feet in the beautiful sunshine. It was a great surprise to meet Fr. O’Connor on the way and the children were delighted to show him their leaf and bark rubbings.Room 6
WEAR BLUE TO SUPPORT THE DUBS AND BRING A DONATION OF €2 FOR CANCER RESEARCHIt’s been quite a week in Saint Brigids ! We had news2day here on Monday filming some classes coding and on Friday , Dean Rock, Michael Dara Mc Auley and Ciaran Killkenny will visit us to launch the new Dublin jersey. To c
Congratulations to Fionn in 6th class who won the Leinster u13 doubles and mixed doubles in Badminton last weekend. What a great achievement.
We have two very talented seamstresses in 6th class. Here a beautiful handmade apron word by one girl. Not only did she stitch it beautifully but she also used block painting to print the motif. Note the contrasting stitching and matching buttons and we particularly liked the adjustable shoulder str
There was great excitement in the Technology room today as we had a visit from Cillian Sherlock and the RTE News2day team! The visit was to mark EU Code Week and to see all the different coding activities that take place in our school from Infants to 6th class. Take a look at some ‘behind the scenes
Junior Infant children in Room 1 went on a Nature Walk today to mark Tree Day 2018. We first looked at the new trees growing around our yard and saw all the Autumn colours and the leaves that have fallen on the ground. On the green, we played in the leaves and looked at the Hawthorn tree and it’s be
The Annual General Meeting for the Parent Teacher Association is next Tuesday 9th October at 8pm.This has been moved from the original date of Wednesday 10th.We would love to see lots of parents there.
The children in Mr. Lysaght’s are the first Senior Infant class to work as programmers using Bee Bots this year. They are completing lots of programming and computational thinking challenges through maths and literacy activities. See some photos of the children at work below:
The children in Ms. O’Neill’s 5th class have been completing a variety of engineering challenges over the last few weeks as part of their STEM block in the technology room.See some pictures of their work below.
Mr. Lowery and Mr. Mac Cann took some pupils from 3rd to 6th to Porterstown today for the first meet in the Fingal League. They look like they had a great time!4th Boys3rd Boys6th girls4th Girls
A sash, a medal and two cups….congratulations to a champion irish dancer. from Senior Infants
Congratulations to past pupils Noelle Healy and Deirdre Murphy on their great win in Croke Park . All Ireland Champions again. Here we see one of our new pupils to 6th class sharing a congratulatory moment with Noelle Healy after the match.
We are all hoping for a Dublin win this Sunday in the All Ireland Final. Our school was awash with blue jerseys today. Pictured in the Evening Herald recently is Dad, Patrick Corkery with Matthew who were celebrating Dublin’s recent semi final win.
Exciting news….one of our pupils first class pupils Anna Spollen will be dancing a solo in Croke Park tomorrow for the Pope. We know he will enjoy it and we will all be watching with pride! Good Luck Anna