We are pleased to inform you that one of our students, Makarios, will fight for a British Title Fight .
It will take place on 24th September 2023 in Liverpool.
Please see the link to the official Instagram page below:
Makarios will fight to bring the Title Belt home and make his country, Ireland, proud.
Ms Orla Burke and the Green School committee are delighted to have been awarded St. Luke's 5th Green Flag, this time on the theme of Biodiversity.
There has been a huge amount of great work that has taken place in our school over the past two years, and we are very proud of our Green Schools Team and our school community!
We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for taking part in our Amber Flag application during the year. We managed to get the Amber Flag which is a great achievement. A special thanks to The Student Council for all their hard work.
The Amber Flag is an initiative which aims to promote positive mental health and well being in our school. It involves the school coming together to create a positive and healthy attitude towards our physical and mental health and wellbeing. The amber flag is awarded upon achieving these aims and we are delighted to say we will be able to fly the flag outside the school!
Our first, of 2 , sports days will be held tomorrow Thursday 15/6/2023. Please make sure that your child has sun block applied and that your child has a full bottle of water for the day. Infants,1st,2nd and Ms Jordan's fifth will have sports day on Thursday 15/6 with the rest of the school having sports day Friday 16/6/2023 , weather permitting.
Active Week will take place in St Luke’s from Thursday the 15th of June until Thursday the 22nd of June.
Please ensure your child is wearing a tracksuit everyday as lots of fun and activity is organised during the week. All children should also wear sun cream/ sunhats etc. each day as a lot of activities are outdoors. Please ensure they have plenty of water too to keep hydrated.
The schedule for the Sport’s Days are as follows for any parents who would like to come along to spectate:
Thursday the 15th
9:10- 11:30 Junior and Senior Infants
12:00- 2:20 1st, 2nd and Ms Jordan’s 5th Class
Friday the 16th of June
9:10- 11:30 3rd and 4th Classes
12:00- 2:20 5th and 6th Classes
Children of St. Luke’s National School, Tyrrelstown, were guided by artist Edel Clarkson in an exploration of local biodiversity and ceramic making. An initial investigation and imagining of local wildlife informed the design of ceramic pieces which will be installed on school grounds during a celebration on Saturday 10th of June, Cruinniu na nOg. Over the course of four weeks the children will learn about the work of this artist, and how to engage with nature through art. Practical workshops will focus on observational drawing, clay modelling, construction, and glazing techniques. Parents and the wider community will be invited to come together on Sat 10th to celebrate the installation of newly created ceramic artworks by the children and artist.
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