It’s that time of year again, as our students tended their veggies and helped serve a nutritious, 100% organic and sustainable vegetarian meal for all to enjoy the following days.
Primary D4 News
International Culture Day Last Saturday afternoon John Scottus NS hosted our first ever Culture Day and what a delightful event it turned out to be.
A stunning performance from all the children of JS NS last Tuesday at the National Basketball Arena, in front of about 1,500.
History Week kicked off with fantastic stories. Students, staff and parents delve into personal family trees and timelines.
Dr Melissa Sihra, Assistant Professor of Drama in Trinity College Dublin, addresses students at our Speech Assembly on the subjects of improvement in Public Speaking.
Primary D4 students collect, package and donate much-needed items to send for our annual Christmas Box Appeal.
Sixth Class learn an important element of Irish women’s history by taking in the exhibit on Votes for Women visited the National Print Museum.
Second Class Red have been studying plastic pollution and the devastating effect it is having on our oceans.
Last week children from 4th to 6th Class visited the Military and History Museum in Meath.
6C made cookies in their Science Class last week, they claim. No evidence was found.