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.
Click on the link below to see all class book-lists for the school year 2017/2018
Today we had two games with the teachers versus a team from third and fourth classes and a game against a team from fifth and sixth classes.
The first game ended level 5-5. It went to penalties, sudden death. The students won after two penalties each (1-0)
The second game finished 3-2 to the students after getting a last minute goal.
Everybody enjoyed the day.
Below are some photographs.
Today we had a 3rd and 4th class football tournament. The winning team will play the teachers next week.
Below are some photos.
We had a gymnastics, dance and sports skills display for all the school.
Below are some photographs
We had a girl’s Gaelic Footbll Blitz in school today. In the final Tyrone defeated Dublin
Below are some Photos.
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.
The fifth and Sixth Classes took part in a Soccer League organised by the Student Council and Ms Walsh and Ms Sullivan.
Below are some pictures of the action
Safer Internet Day this year is on the 7th February.
Click on the link below to see some resources for Parents and Schools.
Sam Maguire paid a visit to the school today.
Thanks to Barry our G.A.A. coach and Ciaran Kilkenny for bringing it in.
Below are some photos
Our Senior Choir are performing at a Laudate Festival.
This is a festival celebration of Primary School/parish faith community through song and reflection during Catholic Schools Week.
Our Lady of Victories Church in Ballymun on Tuesday 31st January at 7.00
This pilot project of the Dublin Archdiocese brings children from twenty one primary schools of the Archdiocese along with parishioners and choirs together to celebrate the gift of one another, to celebrate the gift of Catholic education and to sing an enjoyable, shared and engaging repertoire.
All are welcome (parents, families, friends and parishioners), with free entry to the Laudate festval night.
Catholic Schools week is on from Sunday 29th January to Saturday February 4th.
Click on this link for primary schools resources in Catholic Schools Week
A Webwise survey on your child’s use of the Internet is now available under the PARENTS tab. The Survey is live until the 14th of January.
We collected food for St. Vincent De Paul.
Below are some photographs.