Pupils in St. Molaga’s school were thrilled to get a chance to view the Sam Maguire and Brendan Martin cups recently when members of the winning Dublin Gaelic Football Men’s and Ladies’ teams brought the coveted silverware to the school. On both occasions, children impressed the team members by their excellent questions during Q&A sessions in the hall. Team members were accompanied by Larissa Muldoon from our local GAA club and indeed both team players emphasised how much they had been influenced to take up Gaelic football when it was introduced to them in school by representatives from their local clubs. Indeed perhaps some of the pupils present in our school hall will be bringing back the cups as team members themselves in the future!
Click on the link to enjoy some of of the fantastic art from our art exhibition.
All the classes in St. Molaga’s SNS worked extremely hard on making artwork based on different artists. Our work was displayed altogether in our very own art “museum” – our school hall! Today, we had the chance to look at and discuss some of the brilliant artwork created by all the classes from 3rd to 6th.
Ms Geraghty’s class studied the abstract artist Wassily Kandinsky – a Russian abstract artist from the 20th century. We hope everyone enjoyed the day and liked our abstract art!
We really enjoyed looking at everyone’s artwork. St. Molaga’s has a lot of very talented artists!!
On the 20th of June, the school had a football blitz with the 5th and 6th class teams. The winning team will play against the teachers next week. Here are some photographs taken of the football blitz.
Near the end of the Football Blitz we took photographs of the teams.
We held a Goal Jersey Day on the 16th September, the Friday before the All Ireland of Dublin v Mayo. We all enjoyed dressing in our favourite jerseys and each pupil was asked to donate to GOAL. We collected €720 and today,Louise from the Goal organisation, visited our school.
In the morning she facilitated two Drama workshops with 6th classes which were great fun and made us think about the work of Goal and life in a developing country. In the afternoon she spoke to 5th & 6th class about the work undertaken by GOAL in countries worldwide. We learned a lot about the work of GOAL and how we helped contribute to it through our donation. We will continue to learn about global citizenship, climate change, migration, the refugee crisis, conflict and natural disasters in our SPHE work in class.
Well done to the Athletics Team who were fantastic today at Newbridge House.
The school has experienced the sudden death of Craig Williams, a pupil in sixth class due to an accident while on holiday. We are deeply saddened by the death of Craig. Our thoughts are with his family at this time. Craig was a popular member of our school, of Ms McMahon’s Sixth class and a good friend. He enjoyed sports and loved to play football and basketball with his class at lunch. Craig was also a talented member of our school choir. He had a great sense of fun and always had a great big smile on his face. Craig will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by all pupils and staff in St. Molaga’s.
We have been awarded our 5th Green School Flag, for Biodiversity.
Well done to everybody and especially the members of the Green School Committee.
We held our Biodiversity day in the Halla on Friday 15th. It was a fantastic display of all the hard work done by all the classes.
There were lots of projects on display covering a wide range of topics including, biomes, bunnies, bees and birds!
Well done to the Green School Committee for all their hard work over the last two years.
Later in the afternoon we held our National Spring Clean. All the classes took part and collected lots of rubbish.
Sean and Callum even found €5 ! You can see some pictures of the day in the videos below. There are also some pictures on Balbriggan.info.
(Click on the links) Video 1 – Biodiversity Day
Well done to all today on an excellent Blitz, thanks to all the players for their brilliant efforts, and thanks to Paul and Frank from Leinster Rugby for all their work and help.