Thank you to everyone who took part in, or sponsored our walk this week. It was a great success and helped raise some funds for the school.
Congratulations to everyone in second class who made their First Confessions on Thursday.
Well done to the basketball teams, the girls team finished third in their league and unfortunately are out. But they played very well and can hold their heads high. The boys are through to a semi final in Artane on Friday 2nd May @3.00pm
Anybody looking to arrange a Communion or Confirmation photo for their child should contact Gillian Buckley at 087 259 2316 or on http://www.classphotos.ie/contact.
School will close at 12.00 on Friday 11th April for the Easter Holidays.
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Finally after 21 days our eggs began to hatch. Our first chick hatched on the 1st of April. We named this chick April. This chick is covered in yellow fluff. Two hours later our second chick hatched. It was very … Continue reading
ROLESTOWN NATIONAL SCHOOL
As this year’s annual fundraiser on
Friday 6th June 2014
Do you have what it takes to beat the KUBE???
Would you like to win €2,000 ?
To enter simply return the form that was in your child’s school bag to the
Parents Association Box (located in the foyer of the school entrance.)
I would like to take part in THE KUBE
Name:_________________________ Phone No:______________________
Child’s Name:____________________ Class:_________________________
Forms need to be returned by Friday 11th April, 2014, and we will contact you with all the information you require. If you cannot find the form just fill out the information on another piece of paper and put it in the P.A. box or collect a form from the foyer in the school
Sixth Class only: The ceremony of Light and Enrolment ceremony for the confirmation will take place this Wednesday 26th at 7.30 in the church. Please bring a baptismal candle, or a large suitable candle for the ceremony.
Wednesday 12th March 2014
Senior infants have been learning all about the life cycle of a chick. On Wednesday Miss McKenna brought in a dozen eggs and an incubator. First we got the incubator ready by turning it on. Then we put an X on one side of the egg and an O on the opposite side. This is very important. For chicks to hatch the eggs have to be turned so that all parts of the egg gets heat. We are very lucky because our incubator turns our eggs for us. We know if the eggs have been turned depending on whether we can see a X or an O. Before we put the eggs into the incubator we checked the temperature and put water into the blue trays. We have to check the temperature, water and if the eggs have been turned twice a day
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Photos thanks to Philip McCaffrey