2nd Class were very lucky to take part in Drama with Darren. We also went on our class trip last week to the Viking Splash tour, Stephen’s Green playground and McDonald’s! The biggest part of this year was our First Holy Communion – we had the best day!
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We were really lucky today as Music Generation Dublin City stopped by to play us some traditional music.
They brought in traditional Irish instruments such as the uilleann pipes, fiddle and bodhrán.
It was the perfect start to St Patrick’s week in our school.
Don’t forget to wear something green on Thursday!
Our fabulous school turned pink recently to raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer.
We raised over €6,000 euros for Breast Cancer Ireland as the children sang their hearts out for the day during a Karaoke Singathon.
A big THANK YOU to everyone who helped make the day such a wonderful occasion in the school.
To all the parents and local community who donated fantastic prizes we are incredibly grateful.
To the parents association who helped decorate the school and turn us pink for the day, we would be lost without you.
Most importantly to the amazing pupils who dressed in pink, sang their hearts out and helped raise over an incredible €6,300 euro for Breast Cancer – THANK YOU SO MUCH.
It was a day filled with smiles & songs, happiness and hope.
Thank you to everyone involved.
Today was a very exciting day in Rutland National School.
4 of our pupils were asked to visit the Department of Education for a photoshoot.
They got to meet with the Minister for Education, Norma Foley and even got to sit at her desk!!
Keep an eye out in the newspapers next week and see if you can spot any photos of them.
We were delighted to welcome all the children back to school after the Christmas break. The boys and girls in First Class have been working very hard since they have come back. They have been learning about the Irish Myth The Children of Lir. They have also been busy in art constricting various different types of home using materials.