Our 6th class girls submitted entries to the International Women’s Day writing event organised by the Bleeding Pig Cultural Festival committee. The girls wrote about a Woman who inspires them. The winners were presented with their prizes by Emer Weston of the festival committee.
This year the girls will be celebrating Seachtain na Gaeilge with a week of Irish activities: Monday all classes will have an Irish dancing class in the hall Tuesday some older classes will read stories, as Gaeilge( in Irish) to the younger classes Wednesday each class will have an Art Competition with a Celtic […]
Get out your paper, glue, glitter, material, colours and all your other Art & Craft supplies, and start creating your Easter Bonnet. You could be the lucky winner. There will be a winner for each class and an overall winner and each winner will receive an Easter prize! Everyone is invited to make / decorate […]
On Wednesday, the 7th of February, two debating teams from Scoil Phádraic Cailíní travelled to Rush to participate in an inter schools debating competition. Schools from Loughshinny, Rush and Lusk took part. The motion was “Being scared of nothing is worse than being scared of everything.” The sixth class team of Grace Murray, Ava […]