We would like to create and environment where children will acquire and develop the necessary knowledge and skill to become independent, confident learners – where they will develop their self-esteem to enable them to express and achieve their full potential. We will endeavour to broaden each child’s experience to help them become spiritual, well-balanced and tolerant individuals with a respect for themselves and others.
The children in Mr. Kelly’s class have been busy this week producing some brilliant artwork. They made these terrific hot air balloons by glueing strips of coloured card inside the balloon circle until they made a 3D dome. They then coloured in the scenery. Well done boys and girls!
Dear Parents/Guardians, Please see the flyer attached from the Department of Education. If your child is displaying any of the symptoms they should not be sent to school and you should seek advice from your GP. Your child must stay at home until they are 48 hours symptom free even after a negative/non detected test. For more information please see here: http://www.gov.ie/backtoschool
We are delighted to have been selected by Shamrock Rovers to be part of an upcoming project partnering Unite and Spheros. The children will be using ground-breaking resources to introduce them to football and STEM education through hands-on, football-themed coding and mathematics activities. Ms. Halpin went to the launch today at Tallaght Stadium and was delighted to meet former pupil Aidomo who is now a player for Shamrock Rovers. https://www.shamrockrovers.ie/2021/09/14/srfc-stem-launch/
Bike Week 2021 is here and it runs (or should that be cycles!?) from Sunday, 12 September until Saturday, 18 September. Bike Week is an initiative of the Department of Transport and the National Transport Authority with local authorities, local sports partnerships and community groups organising events in every county. We want you to get involved. Why not cycle to school this week? We have lots of bike racks - just remember your helmet, hi vis and lock.
The children in Ms. Brennan’s class have settled into 4th Class very well and celebrated with an ice cream! This year they will be ‘putting their best foot forward’ after personalising their very own Converse high tops for a display. Best of luck boys and girls!
The students fully embraced the great outdoors in Clara Lara and Dublin Zoo. Students took part in water sport activities, go karting, rowing, and some even braved the giant aqua shuttle while others looked on in anticipation. We enjoyed a picnic by the lake and one student managed to catch himself a fish. We finished off the day with ice cream as a well deserved treat. The students really enjoyed the day and there were many requests to come back next year. Many thanks, Amalia
In 2019 - 2020 all the hard work that has been going in GAA over the past number of year was rewa..
There is a basketball ball club for 6th Class girls and 6th Class boys. They play against ..
Soccer is one of the most popular clubs in Divine Mercy SNS. There is a boys' team and a gi..
Cross Country meetings start in February. There are four race meetings which culminate in a Dubli..
The children in Divine Mercy SNS enjoy participating in cricket during the Spring and Summer.&nbs..
The school will be entering a team into the Leinster Primary Chess League. In 2018 the team..
Camogie is played in all classes in Divine Mercy SNS. Our senior team play in the Cumman na mBuns..
Rainbows is on Tuesday lunchtimes in the library. It is a support group for students going throug..
We always enter the annual Credit Union Schools Quiz. Mr Lynch says that it helps encourage learn..