Last week was Seachtain na Gaeilge in DPETNS. We had lots of activities throughout the week to celebrate. Dé Deardaoin – Ábhair eile a mhúineadh trí Ghaeilge. On Thursday, we had different through Gaeilge, for example Art or PE. Dé Aoine – Ceol On Friday, classes listened to some Irish music. Lots of classes began learning … Read moreSeachtain na Gaeilge
This week lots of classes were learning all about Diwali. This five-day festival of light began on Thursday, November 4th and has been celebrated in many ways throughout the school. Happy Diwali to all the families in our school community who are celebrating the festival of Diwali. Rangoli Patterns Clay Diyas Songs
We celebrated Maths Week with our buddies on Friday! Junior Infants and Sixth Class had a blast exploring the school together and helping each other answer some interesting Maths problems. Working together in groups of four, they identified lots of shapes and colours, counted cars and windows and even did some estimating. Sixth Class were … Read moreMaths Trail with our Buddies
A massive congratulations to all those who performed in yesterdays SDG Festival, it was an amazing and very professional event! 5th class performed alongside six other primary schools to showcase what they have learnt about the Sustainable Development Goals. This included Swords ETNS, Castaheany ETNS and St. Patrick’s Boys school to name but a few. … Read moreSDG Festival 2019!!
Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is in Dublin and it has all sorts of interesting stuff in it like paper leaves, bells and a weird ancient door. The black bell was given by the French as a gift for letting the French use the Cathedral. The paper leaves look pretty but there is a deeper meaning within: … Read moreSaint Patrick’s Cathedral visit