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We have been creative:
We made musical instruments.
We learned how to make healthy food:
We learned about the life cycle of a butterfly.
We explored the outdoors and saw shapes in our environment.
And we got fit at our virtual sports day.
Well done to everyone. Climate change is a concern for everyone and all we can do is try to do the small things to make a difference. During Climate Action Week the pupils walked to school making the choice to stay out of their cars. We hope that you will consider this going forward so that each week we are getting more and more pupils choosing to walk, cycle or scooter to school. We had bare food lunch week. Pupils brought beakers and did not use clingfilm or tinfoil in their lunch boxes. This was a great success and again we hope that pupils will choose to avoid plastic as much as possible.
WELL BEING: Weaving Well Being Programme: We use this at school, here is a journal that your child might like to do. Remember if yiu can't print you can copy...
Mrs kennedy's class took part in this year's ESB Science Blast Exhibition in the RDS. The pupils investigated ' Are finger prints inherited?' They received an excellent report stating that...
Mr Callaghan ,with support from Karen, coached the pupils in preparation for the indoor athletics event in the Abbotstown. The pupils took part in sprints, hurdles, high jump, 600m and...
We had a busy week celebrating catholic schools week . We talked about living in harmony as God's creation. The pupils learned about how important it is to love ourselves,...
Click on the link to see the variety of Christmas activities. Dramas, Christmas Fair, the Garda Band and the choir entertaining at Hamilton Park. https://photos.app.goo.gl/iy4N6DmAUNXDymEL7
This year as part of our Discover Science and Maths Award programme Ms McKiernan organised that the pupils would take part in a STEM project. STEM stands for science, engineering,maths...
Mrs Kennedy's class is taking part in the BlueStar Programme, a programme that teaches the pupils about the EU and politics. They invited Mairéad McGuinness to visit and we were...
Check out what Ms. Andrews' class are up to by following their class blog: https://msandrewsclassbalrothery.blogspot.ie/
Ask Jeeves for Kids
Games and lots more fun
Balrothery Heritage Committee
Balbriggan local site
Balbriggan Chamber of Commerce
Balbriggan Golf Club
Balbriggan & District Historial Website
Balbriggan Rugby Football Club Website
Gormanston and District Anglers
Parent's Guide to the Internet
Your link to community information
Keep in touch with past pupils
Primary Curriculum Support Programme
School Development Planning Support
Class lessons and projects
Local Education Centre
National Council for Curriculum and Assessment
Irish Learning Support Association
National Council for Technology in Education
Integration of ICT into classroom teaching
Computer Education Society of Ireland
Employment / Financial
Department of Education and Science
Irish National Teachers' Organisation
Comhar Linn Credit Union
Independent Financial Advice
St. Oliver Plunkett’s National School
School Calendar 2019/2020
School re- opens on Thursday 29th August 2019
Mid Term Break..... Monday 28th October 2019 to Friday 1st November 2019 inclusive.
Christmas Holidays..... School will close on Friday 20th December and re-open Monday 6th January 2020.
Mid Term Break..... Monday 17th to Friday 21st February inclusive.
Vacation Day..... Monday 16th March
St. Patrick’s Day..... Tuesday 17th March.
Easter Holidays..... Monday 6th April to Friday 17th April inclusive.
May Bank Holiday..... Monday 4th May.
Vacation Day..... Friday 29th May
Bank Holiday..... Monday 1st June
Vacation Day..... Tuesday 2nd June.
School will close on Tuesday 30th June for Summer Holidays.
Note: All schools will close on Friday 3rd April 2020, which will be the final day of the school term, unless changes are required as part of contingency arrangements to make up for time lost due to unforeseen school closures. Where contingency arrangements are required a school authority may reduce the length of the Easter break by remaining open up to and including Wednesday 8th April 2020.