A special visitor to the Infant School today!!
Room 1 getting ready for their Santa Visit and dancing to "Happy"
First Class Nativity Play
Well done to all pupils in Rooms 1& 2 for their spectacular performance today "It's a Baby"
A special word of thanks to teachers Ms Coffey & Mrs Carroll for their hard work in putting this play together.
Thank you also to Ms McCabe for the beautiful music and of course to SNA Lorraine for help with costumes.
Senior Infants visit the Credit Union and decorate the Christmes Tree
Christmas in the Infant School
A visitor to the Infant School...... all pupils are on the look out......
Pupils in all classes are on the lookout for a very special visitor to the Infant School.
He has been seen entering classrooms and leaving behind a trail of magical dust on the floors and corridor.He is said to be wearing green and red clothing.All pupils are helping to try and identify this person and are asked to bring any significant information to our caretaker.
Our Crib is on display at the top of the
corridor.Please stop a while for a quiet
moment with your child and reflect on the true meaning of Christmas. Thanks as
always to Sr.Dominica for assembling the crib.
Pupils busy decorating our Christmas Tree today
All pupils gathered in the hall today to contribute food to those less fortunate than themselves.Thanks to all families for donating so much especially at this time of year.
Mrs Fay will arrange for Brother Kevin from the Capuchin Day Centre to collect the food and all wil be distributed among homeless people.
Have a look at some photos of the day
Click here for further information Capuchin Day Centre
RTE JUNIOR VISIT
What an exciting day in Room 4 Senior Infants
(Mrs Fay's Class) today Niamh and her crew from RTE Junior came and filmed the boys and girls in festive costume
Drimnagh Credit Union
Well done to pupils below who won prizes in the Drimnagh Credit Union Art Competition.
The received their prizes today.A special congratulations to Holly who's entry goes on to the next round.
First Clases had a visit from Guzzler and friends to explain all about energy.
Have a look below.
Mrs Webb,Ms O'Donoghue and pupils visited Drimnagh Credit Union as part of "International Day"
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GREEN SCHOOL NEWS
Thursday the 21st of May was a proud day for The Infant School - the day we were awarded our fifth Green Flag for Biodiversity. Unfortunately we weren't allowed to bring all of the pupils from the Green Schools committee to the ceremony in the Helix DCU because there were so many other schools getting their Green Flag on the day so it was decided that Ms Harkin, Ms Roche, Aoife,Erdal and SNA Breda would represent our school in DCU on Thursday afternoon.On arrival, we were asked to sign the Green Wishing Tree and pose for a photograph with a Green Flag and An Taisce's mascot
Again well done to our staff and pupils for all the hard work over the past 18 months in undertaking lots of green’ initiatives in the school. Well Done Everyone !
Aistear in the Infant School.
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We hope that you will find lots of useful information about our school.Our Lady of Good Counsel Infant School, Mourne Road, Drimnagh, Dublin 12 is a co-educational primary school under the patronage of the Catholic Archbishop of Dublin. It is located in the Parish of Mourne Road,Drimnagh Dublin 12.
The Infant School enrols boys and girls for junior infants, senior infants and first classes. Pupils normally transfer to the Senior Girls' School and Senior Boys' School (on same campus) for 2nd to 6th classes.
This year the Infant School has an enrolment of 154 approx pupils with staffing of 15 teachers and additional support staff.
Parents wishing to enrol pupils for classes in the Infant School should contact the school in person or by telephone at 4556594.
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"Toys in the Past"
Parents do stop a while on our corridor and have a look at our unique museum.
Thanks to Ms.Harrington for her hard work in this fabulous display .