Amber Day

On 15th February 2019 we enjoyed a day of fun and focused on our mental health at our Amber Day. We all wore amber clothes and spoke about mental health strategies we have been learning such as mindfulness colouring and activities and the importance of talking about our feelings. We also remembered the importance of healthy eating for our mental health with Bradbury’s kindly providing soup and unusual fruits for.

February 2019

Along with continuing to improve our physical health with the daily mile we also started to really focus on our mental health in February. In our friendly little school community random acts of kindness are very common. We decided to start making note of these acts of kindness with a beautiful display in our lunch hall. Each day we mention people who have been kind to us and to others.

The Daily Mile

January is the month for new starts and resolutions and we decided to make a healthy new start together when we joined the country-wide athletics initiative ‘The Daily Mile’. This means that we have made a promise to run/walk one mile every school day from January to April 2019. For the first few days we found it quite difficult and weren’t sure we’d ever manage to run the whole mile..

A visit from The Mc Donalds

With such busy weeks during December (click on our December blog post to find out more) we were all glad to relax at the weekends but found ourselves glued to the television on Sunday evenings for Ireland’s Fittest Family. We were all following the Mc Donald Family from Laois and were delighted when they made it to the final. On the Wednesday showing of our Christmas play we couldn’t believe.

December 2018 – The Magical Christmas Jigsaw

December was a fantastic month, with an exciting visit from the amazing Mc Donalds who came second in Ireland’s Fittest Family 2018. Click on our dedicated blog post to read about how that went! We had a frantic and exciting time preparing for our Christmas play, The Magical Christmas Jigsaw. Along with the demanding days in rehearsal we were busy in the classrooms enjoying Christmas themed art and games and.

November 2018

We’re all a little colder now that winter has begun so we’ve been keeping busy. The Green Schools committee have been very busy setting up their new initiatives and making sure we can all become responsible about our waste. Click on the Green Schools tab on our homepage, we’re sure you’ll be very impressed by how much they’ve done so far. Tag rugby coaching, sponsored by Leinster rugby and provided.

Halloween Party

We love a spook and a scare in Scoil Naomh Treasa, so on 25th of October we invited our friends and family to our lunch hall which had been transformed into a haunted hall. Our student council did an excellent job on entertainment, setting up traditional Halloween games like dunking for apples and hunting for grapes to keep us all busy in between the face painting and dancing. Our DJs.

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