Blue day for ‘TeenLine’ On Friday 15th September, in anticipation of a successful result for the Dubs in the All Ireland final, the students of St. Kevin’s G.N.S. wore blue for the day. Those who chose to participate in the non-uniform day were asked to donate at least €1 towards the organisation called ’TeenLine’ The […]
Our two new sounds – t and i. Below are the songs for both sounds.
These are the first two sounds we have covered in Jolly Phonics. Practice them at home to help your child learn the sound and action. Ask them to think of words that begin with that sound. We say the letter sound, not the letter name when learning our sounds. Keep an eye on the Junior […]
We have all settled in really well to Junior Infants. There has been lots of hard work and play! Here we are doing our activities! There was plenty of building and beading! Great team work and sharing too!
Please click on the relevant class to download a copy of the booklist for the school year 2017/18. Senior Infants First Class Second Class Third Class Fourth Class Fifth Class Sixth Class
4th, 5th and 6th took part in a soccer blitz. They trained very hard for months in preparation for the matches. The 6th class got to the finals but sadly lost. Well done to all the girls who took part in the soccer blitz. By Laura, Sixth Class
Keep an eye out around the school for our animal murals, made using recycled bottle caps, collected last year. They are really brightening up the school grounds.
On the 26th of January 2017 the two 6th classes entered a debate. The topic was ‘food waste should be illegal’ our school was the proposition and Scoil Bhríde Caillíní were the oppositions. Orla Dunne, Amy Carruth and Laura Fitzpatrick were on our debate panel. Amy Carruth was our debate team captain. Marium, Karen and […]
On Wednesday 15th February, our athletics teams from 4th, 5th and 6th class headed off to Butler Magee Park in Tallaght with Ms. Norton, Ms. Forde and Ms. Collins, to participate in races organised by South Dublin County Council. The races were between 400-700 metres long and the girls trained very hard with their teachers […]