We started running laps around the school a few months ago. At first we could barely run one lap and now we can run three laps comfortably! We love to challenge ourselves to do better, and we find our fitness levels and stamina are definitely improving. It`s also very sociable. We`re doing it with our [...]
Congratulations to Carrie, Louise, Aisling and Sophie who were runners up at the annual Castle Schools Cup golf outing last Monday 29th May. Well done girls! On Monday 29th of May, the team met at the Castle Golf Club, Rathfarnham, at 7.30am. When we arrived we were given goody bags with golf balls, tees and [...]
Well done to Sophia Noble who represented Ireland with distinction in Glasgow at the Youth Badminton International competition over the weekend. This three day event brought together a group of talented players from all over the world, such as Sweden, Germany, Scotland, Wales India, Ireland, England, Portugal and Barbados. Furthermore, each of the athletes competed […]
The last week in April, was our school’s Active Week. It was a very busy week for 6th class, between organising different activities and taking part in them. On Monday the 24th we did dancing with Ms. O’Reilly to a song from “Hairspray”. It was a great laugh for everyone. After little break, we did […]
The Active School Flag (ASF) is awarded to schools that strive to achieve a physically educated and physically active school community. The process aims to get more schools, more active, more often.
Active School Week 2017: 24th - 28th April
The Department of Education and Skills and Healthy Ireland encourage ALL schools to organise an Active School Week (ASW) as part of their annual school calendar.
The ASW initiative is about providing FUN and INCLUSIVE physical activity opportunities for ALL members of the school community. It allows schools to reinforce the message that not only is physical activity good for you but it also very enjoyable. It provides schools with an excellent opportunity to raise awareness about the physical activity opportunities that are available in their locality and to work collaboratively with students, parents and members of the community.