Over the past 2 years St. Molaga’s S.N.S. pupils and staff have been working on achieving their 6th Green School Flag. The theme of this flag is Global Citizenship-Litter & Waste.
Every class has undertaken a project on the theme and their work will be on display in the school hall on Friday 1st June from 11:15 to 12:15.
The Green School Committee would like to invite you to view our work and celebrate the raising of the flag on Friday.
We look forward to meeting with you in St. Molaga’s S.N.S. on Friday,
SENIOR BOYS GAELIC TEAM
On the Gaelic Team it is quite fun and we have great managers and equipment. We train a lot and very hard.
In our first game we played against Realt na Mara. We played very well and ended up in a good win.
In our second game we played against St. Pat’s of Skerries out on the big astro. It was a very sunny day and a very close game. In the end we won it by a very late point. It was a very good game.
In our third game just a week ago we played against St. Olivier Plunketts from Malahide. We didn’t have a great start and it ended up to cost us.
Next game was a quarter final against Olivier Plunketts the team that had just beaten us. If we won this game we would be straight through to the semi finals and if not we would have a play-off to get through. We played a great game but so did the opposition. We lost by a few points.
Our next game will be on this week and if we win were one game away from Parnell Park.
MOLAGA’S GIRL’S GAELIC TEAM 2018
Playing for the school team is an honour. You learn new skills and make lifelong friends. Playing for the school team has definitely helped me develop into the player I am today. Playing for the school team is an amazing experience and hopefully in the coming years more girls will play for the school team because the skills you learn are just amazing.
Win, lose or draw our coaches would be very proud but would always want more.
This year the Malaga’s girls team has been probably the best team yet. Unfortunately, we got knocked out by Howth. It was very tough but someone was going to win. Unfortunately, Howth won and that was us knocked out in the qualifiers for the semi-final.
On behalf of all of the girls we would like to thank our coaches, Ms. McGinley and Ms. Geraghty. Without them the team wouldn’t be here. They thought us skills that will help us all in our Gaelic careers. Thank you for everything.
Congratulations and well done to our team who came 2nd in the local Credit Union Quiz which was held in City North Hotel on Saturday, 21st April. We are very proud of all their work which earned €300 prize money for the school. Thank you to Ms Memery for organising and helping you prepare. Maith sibh!
Ms Walsh’s fourth class took part in the Primary Science Fair at the RDS on Saturday, 13th January.
The RDS Primary Science Fair showcases STEM investigations (science, technology, engineering and maths) undertaken by 4th-6th class children. With a core focus on children’s skills development, it brings together teachers, parents and students to showcase class projects, share experiences and learn from each other. The primary science Fair takes place alongside the BT Young Scientist Exhibition.
The fourth class pupils, teachers and parents had a great day at the fair. The children had studied how cranes work and built a number of model cranes from recyclable materials. Thank you to Fergal, Jodie’s grandad for building us a crane from wood.
The pupils impressed the judges with their knowledge and enthusiasm about cranes and they also taught the judges some Gaeilge!
During the day in the RDS the children had an opportunity to experience some presentations and films on STEM related subjects. They visited a number of exhibitions and really enjoyed the experience.
Well done to all and a big thank you to Ms Walsh and Ms 0′ Brien for facilitating this work with the children. .
Happy Christmas to everyone in St. Molaga’s S.N.S.
We had a great morning at our annual class performances. Well done to all the children, teachers and SNAs who have worked so hard. We really enjoyed the fun and entertainment.
Have a very Happy Christmas everyone and a well earned rest.
See you all next year on the 8th January.
We would like to thank all of our parents and pupils for the generous donations they made to the Christmas food appeal in St. Molaga’s S.N.S.
The food and presents were collected on Friday morning by the volunteers from the Balbriggan branch of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul and will be distributed locally. I know that many families in our local community will benefit greatly from your kindness and generosity.
The Parents Association held their annual family table quiz on Friday evening in St. Molaga’s school hall. They had 27 families participating and enjoying all the fun of this great annual event. Congratulations to the Forde family who are this year’s winners.
Family Table Christmas Quiz
Friday 8th December at 7.30
This year the fun family quiz will take place on Friday December 8th at 7.30 p.m in the school hall. There is a charge of €5 per table and a limit of two adults per table. This is a night for all the family from 0-90 years of age and we would love to see as many families as possible join in this fun family night. Trophy & Sweet prizes to be won, so come along and join in the fun.
Festive Cake Sale and Coffee Morning
Friday 15th December
from 11:00 until 12:30
We are holding a festive cake sale and coffee morning in the school on Friday the 15th of December. We are calling on parents, grandparents and children to get your baking hats on! The
We will be collecting all your delicious donations in the school hall on the morning and will also happily accept shop bought confectionery. All are welcome to pop in and enjoy a wonderful festive experience.
Note : Should you need your plate/tray returned please make sure to stick your child’s name and teacher on the bottom and we will do our best to make sure it is returned to you.
Well done to all our pupils who contributed to the collection this morning. The collection of sweets and treats are from our pupils’ Halloween stash from Trick or Treat. All of the treats will be donated to the North County Outreach who will distribute them to those in need on their Saturday soup run in Dublin.
We are really proud of our children’s work today and hope that all our visitors enjoy the exhibition. Can you name the different artists’ work on display?
St.Molaga’s S.N.S. will remain closed on Tuesday, 17th as instructed by the Department of Efucation and Skills. We hope all our school community are safe today. We will reopen on Wednesday 18th.
St. Molaga’s S.N.S. will remain closed on Monday, 16th October as instructed by the Department of Education &Skills due to red weather warning because of Ex Hurricane Ophelia. Please stay safe and we will reopen on Tuesday,17th. Hopefully, we will have no storm damage to our building or prefab classrooms.