Dates for Diary

February 2019
Monday 18th - Friday 22nd: Midterm Break, School is closed

March 2019
Monday 11th: School closed for children. Training for Teachers
Monday 18th: Bank Holiday, School is closed.
Thursday 21st: Penance Service (2nd Class) 7pm in the Church


Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Summer Holidays!

We are now on our summer holidays!



The staff of St. Patrick's Junior School would like to wish all of our students and their families a happy, sunny and safe summer holiday. Enjoy the break, do lots of reading, and come back to us well-rested and ready for the next school year.

A huge thank you to our talented and dedicated staff who work so hard during the year. Have a wonderful summer.

The school will re-open on Monday, August 30th at 9.00 a.m.

Booklists will be available from class teachers on the first day back and all books will be available to be bought in the school.

Saturday, 19 June 2010

Staff Meeting

There will be a staff meeting on Wednesday, 23rd June.

All children will go home at 12 noon.

Thursday, 17 June 2010

1st and 2nd Class Sports Day!

We had another gorgeous day today for Sports Day.


Look at all we did!






Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Infants Sports Day!

We had a great day at Sports Day today!


Have a look at all we did!












Thursday, 3 June 2010

Mid-Term

We are on mid-term next week. 


The school will close on Friday, 4th June at the usual time.


We will re-open on Monday, 14th June at 9.00 a.m.


Enjoy the break - hopefully the weather will stick around!

Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Green Schools Flag Raising Ceremony

We had a lovely day today, hosting our third Green Schools Flag Raising. We were awarded the flag for our work on saving water, as well as maintaining our litter and waste and energy-saving initiatives. 



We were delighted to be joined by the Lord Mayor of Fingal, Patricia Kennedy from Fingal County Council, members of our Board of Management, Carmel Keena, our first Green Schools Co-ordinator, Councillor David McGuinness, a past pupil and special guests from local papers and media. 


All of our classes were very excited and looked wonderful in their colourful headbands. Lots of parents also joined us for the special occasion. 



We had lots of thank yous. First, to our special guests for giving their time to celebrate with us. We also thanked our teachers for the huge amount of wonderful work they do every day. We said thank you to our children for working so hard to look after the environment. 


Finally, we said thanks to our Green Schools Committee for their commitment to the programme and hard work preparing for the day. Our support staff, as always, also played a huge part of the preparation for the day and we were very grateful for their support. 


Well done to everyone!