WOW! We are over the moon! Well done to the PARTY BAG BUSTERS who won the #OneGoodIdea Dublin Regional Final. Thank you @SEAI_Schools for a fantastic morning. #nomorepartybags @mariettk @GreenSchoolsIre @RepakRecycling @news2dayRTE @eleanormmannion @IrishTimes @Education_Ire pic.twitter.com/TG7iFEawBB
— St. Clare's Primary (@stclares1803) February 27, 2020
Our Party Bag Busters are hitting the headlines! Check them out below.
In Room 8, we mastered the “Safe Cross Code”. The Summer is here and we are all playing outside in the evenings. We are also making a huge effort to walk, scoot or cycle to school each day. It is so important to know how to cross the road safely.
Here is our dance video!
Well done to all our pupils and staff for their outstanding achievement in improving the environmental quality of the school and community. #marineenvironment #globalcitizenship
St Clare’s is a hive of activity this morning. Today is our Green Schools Action Day. Our theme is Global Citizenship – Marine Environment.
Last school year the Green School Committee worked very hard to create this animation to raise people’s awareness of Climate Change. We have entered our animation into the FIS competition. You can watch our video below.
Communication Workers Union (CWU) Humanitarian Aid Charity
We started off by collecting money for the charity. One of the workers for the Charity (Alex’s Grandad Paul O Neil ) visited our school to explain what the charity was about and where the money goes. Their main focus was helping orphanages and care homes in Eastern European countries where the governments are too poor to help the sick ,disabled and orphaned.
The total collected by sixth class came to about two hundred euro. He told us to keep the money and that he would send us a wish list so that we could see what they needed. It turned out they needed Johnsons and Pampers baby wipes. The baby wipes were being sent to Chisneu in Moldova . We bought the baby wipes and stamped them with the school label. They were collected by the Union on the 22nd of June. They were loaded into a truck and the sent off to An Post and Eircom to be delivered to the orphanages in September.
Here are some photos of us loading the truck.