The pandemic and ensuing lock-down continues but that will not stop us teaching our children. Morning daily assembly lectures started this week with great results.
Despite the disruption caused by the coronavirus, a full dress rehearsal of The King’s Dark Secret went ahead on Thursday, just hours before the school and theatre closed down.
The Tree Council of Ireland have graciously donated a tree to students in 4C in an effort to improve climate awareness.
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.
During Monday’s Assembly the children recited one of their favourite recitations ‘Our Greatest Fear’ which was made famous by Nelson Mandela.
TY Class of 2020 shared their year’s experience with friends, family and the school community on the last day of term.
Ms Lai suggested these lovely Numeracy Activities for young car enthusiasts to carry out with their parents.
Water mostly enters a tree through the roots and travels upwards into the leaves through capillary action.
During Monday’s Assembly Miss Dempsey read the gorgeous poem, ‘The patience of Ordinary Things’ by Pat Schneider.
The sports department in John Scottus is inviting the whole JSS community to participate in a unique event next week.
Our Transition Years took on the Gaisce Adventure Challenge in a manner in line with physical distancing.