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Múinteoirí hold on to earn 1 – 0 victory.
Bhí cluiche an sportiúil ar siúl ar an fhaice ag Radharc na Beanna Boirce inniu.
Bhí an aimsir an-te agus brothallach.
A very sporting game took place on the green at Mourne View today.
Weather conditions were very hot and humid with pitchside temperatures reaching 22 degrees.
The múinteoirí held on for a 1-0 win but not without some very exciting play from Rang 6 who showed some great passing movements and great running from both cailíní agus buachaillí. Rang 6 had come close a number of times and were unlucky not to be ahead at half time.
Both goalkeepers helped keep the score down with some very alert movement between the posts.
The múinteoirí had some divine assistance in the form of Fr. James who showed considerable skill when brought on for the second half.
Well done to the referee who managed to control the game without the assistance of VAR.
Well done to all who took part! Bhí sibh ar fheabhas!
IF YOU STILL HAVEN’T FOUND WHAT YOUR’E LOOKING FOR!
Ted wishes to remind parents and pupils to check the lost property area in the school.
There are lots of items that remain LOST so please check if any LOST items belonging to you are there to be reclaimed.
The lost property area is located beside Rang 2.
ACTIVE SCHOOLS FLAG ACHIEVED BY SCOIL RÉALT NA MARA
BRAT SCOILE GHNÍOMHAÍ BAINTE AMACH AG SCOIL RÉALT NA MARA
Great excitement in Scoil Réalt na Mara today with the announcement that the school had achieved the Active School Flag.
An amazing achievement in such a short space of time.
Congratulations to Pupils, Parents and Teachers on this amazing feat.
Really well done to the amazing Active School Committee for all of their work throughout the year.
Buíochas mór do In Uí Smartt for her work and organisation in achieving the flag.
During the current hot weather we ask all parents to be extra vigilant to ensure child safety.
1. We would recommend and encourage the use of sunscreen before coming to school.
2. We ask where possible that children would bring and wear hats/caps when outside.
3. It is important to ensure that the children have adequate hydration for the school day.
We have had three new visitors appear from the seagull nest on the Junior Infant Roof.
Our new visitors have been out and about on the roof exploring their new habitat.
Junior classes have been able to follow their progress every day from the junior yard.
Details of the Booksale have issued with booklists.
The second hand Booksale will take place on the following dates:
Monday 25th June
Rang 5 will make their books available to Rang 4
Rang 4 will make their books available to Rang 3
Rang 3 will make their books available to Rang 2
(Rang 6 made their books available to Rang 5 previously, on Tue 19th June)
LOCAL AUTHOR SHANE HEGARTY BRINGS IT ALL BACK HOME AND GOES BACK TO SCHOOL!
The páistí of rang a 6 were delighted and thrilled to welcome acclaimed local author, Shane Hegarty, into their classrooms.
Shane is the author of the popular Darkmouth series.
He spoke to the children about his love for writing and also gave many excellent tips on how to become a successful writer.
The children really enjoyed the educational and very humorous presentation.
Bronnadh an séú Brat Glas ar Scoil Réalt na Mara le déanaí!
Comhghairdeas le Scoil Réalt na Mara, Daltaí, tuismitheoirí, múinteoirí an Coiste Glas agus Mr Mac Coitir as an obair go léir a chuir siad isteach leis an brat nua a bhaint amach.
The 6th Green Flag was presented to Scoil Réalt na Mara recently!
Congratulations to Scoil Réalt na Mara, Pupils, parents, teachers, the Green School committee and Mr. Mac Coitir for all of the work undertaken to achieve the 6th Green Flag.
Photos below from the presentation in DCU and also a photo of our amazing Green School Committee.
Well done all!
Bhí sibh go hiontach ar fad! Maith sibh!
Scoil Réalt na Mara is a GREEN SCHOOL and a WELCOMING school but this beats all!
A Seagull has taken up residence on the Junior Infants’ roof!
Some photos taken by S.F.
SOME SEAGULL FACTS
What time of the year do seagulls nest?
What is the life expectancy of a seagull?
Why do you never see baby seagulls?
How long does it take for a seagull to fly?
Chríochnaigh Seachtain Scoile Ghníomhaí leis an Damhsa Mór ar tráthnóna Aoine.
The Active School Week concluded with the School Dance on Friday evening.
Comhghairdeachas le gach duine a ghlac páirt leis seo agus i rith na seachtaine.
Well done to every one who participated in this and throughout the week.
Bhí an-seachtain go deo sa scoil!
An amazing week in the school.
Comhghairdeachas agus buíochas le In. Uí Smartt agus gach duine a chabhraigh i rith na seachtaine.
Congratulations and well done to In. Uí Smartt and everyone who helped during the week.
Comhghairdeachas leis na daltaí go léir a ghlac páirt gach lá. Mar is gnáth bhí sibh go hiontach ar fad!
Congratulations to all the pupils who took part each day. As usual you were simply amazing!
More photos in the Gallery AN DAMHSA MÓR