Well done to all the children who continued the tradition of making beautiful Christmas Tree decorations out of recycled materials this year. Due to COVID-19, this was a school based activity without a county final event. The standard of class based winners was very high and the judges faced a very difficult decision in selecting … Read more
Congratulations to the children in 2nd Class who win the Golden Boot this term. An amazing 98% of them used green modes of travel on their journey to school this term! Overall, 67% of the children took part in Walk on Wednesday this term – 8% walked to school; 50% parked and strode; 9% carpooled … Read more
3rd Class would like to share today’s Act of Kindness with you. It is to be nice to a staff member. Day6
Thursday 3rd December 3rd Class would like to introduce today’s act of kindness….. Day3 – Say hello to someone new!
Congratulations to Ellie Conlon who was awarded the Top Prize in the National Scratch Competition 2020 for the Maxi Section (5th and 6th Class). This is an outstanding achievement and is the 5th year in a row that Ellie has received a National prize. We are so proud of you Ellie, your coding skills, determination … Read more
Congratulations to the children in 5th Class who win the Golden Boot this term. An amazing 87% of them used green modes of travel on their journey to school this term! Overall, 72% of the children took part in Walk on Wednesday this term – 10% walked to school; 53% parked and strode; 7% carpooled … Read more
Please click on the link to access the School Contingency Plan for Blended Learning. This will be used in the event of school closure or class/pod having to self isolate. Covid 19 Levels 1, 2 & 3 Blended Education Plans – Final
The COVID Response Plan outlines how St Mary’s & St Gerard’s National School has responded, and is responding to, the risk posed by this virus to the school community. COVID-19 Response Plan 5 Oct 2020
We are currently learning about different aspects of the lives of The Romans. The Romans had many Gods and in early Roman times the Gods would have been depicted on coins. Later it was the heads of the Emperors that were imprinted on coins. We have designed and made our own Roman coins with our … Read more
Click to see a video of some of the fun we had during Maths Week. Maths Rocks!