As part of Active Week, children from 1st to 5th class participated in a Hockey Ireland Skills Challenge course, run by our 6th class with help from the teachers.
Our school took part in the One Million Step Challenge in association with Wicklow Local Sports Partnership. We received a certificate from Sport Ireland. Well done to all who participated.
Some pupils from 4th, 5th and 6th class are taking part in a Leinster league with the Wicklow Tennis Club.
Wicklow Town Tennis Club visited our school and offered the boys and girls a chance to play Tennis.
The Junior Entrepreneur Programme or JEP was undertaken by 6th class again this year. One group created and designed handmade bookmarks. They also enjoyed a talk on running your own business with Adam Kelly, owner of Pura Vida gym, Greystones.
Basketball with American Dave! Children from 6th class have been attending basketball lessons after school with their coach American Dave.
If you hear the drip drop, make it stop. All the children in 1st – 6th class participated in a poster competition to create a water slogan for our school. The chosen slogan was if you hear the drip drop, make it stop. There were lots of other brilliant slogans and posters.
This year we are renewing our Green School flag. The theme for this year’s flag is water. The Green school committee, headed up by our very own Ms Vogan, organised an ‘Action day for Water’ this week, to place even more emphasis on our conservation of water efforts in the Glebe School. Children in junior […]
After School Running Club has resumed for children in 3rd and 4th Class at the Murrough.
6th Class attended the diocesan service for primary schools at Christchurch on Thursday 20th October.