This month Second Class have been very busy learning about homes and buildings. They have learned about the parts of a house and the people that are needed to build different parts of the house. They became architects and drew plans for their ‘Dream House’ and painted some fantastic Cityscapes of buildings in Dublin. None of this was as exciting as what they were working on this week. Each group made a plan for a new animal home and then gathered all of the materials they would need to build the home and brought it to school. The children spent all afternoon working as a team to create their animal homes and as you can see they are all amazing!
Well done to everyone in Rolestown NS for their fantastic effort for European School Sports Day! We had such enthusiastic runners we made it further than Bray. Well done to all involved and have a lovely weekend. @IrishPrimaryPE @PDSTpe #ESSD2020 #BeActive #StayHealthy
Rolestown National School will be celebrating European School Sports Day on Friday the 25th of September. @IrishPrimaryPE @PDSTpe #ESSD2020
To celebrate this event we will be running/walking the distance from Rolestown NS to Bray as a whole school! Each class will also be trying some new games and activities during their active time. Children should wear their school tracksuit and runners for these events. We have planned the events and activities to ensure children will stay within their class groups. #BeActive #StayHealthy
Miss O’Brien’s Second Class created some artwork inspired by the quote “You can’t stop the waves but you can learn to surf” – Jon Kabat Zinn.
We hope the creative designs on the surfboards and the super smiles brings some happiness to your week.
The weather wasn’t on our side for Sports Week this year but the families of RNS did not let that stand in their way. They have been very busy doing lots of different activities from GAA and cycling to horse riding and swimming we had it all during Sports Week. Here are some pictures of what they got up to. Well done everyone!