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Adam Fearon ag imirt do mhionúir Átha Cliath.
Adam Fearon playing for Dublin Minors.
Adam is a past pupil of Scoil Réalt na Mara and we are so delighted with his progress with the Dublin Development Squad and the Dublin Minor Team.
Adam is continuing a very proud family tradition of achievement with the GAA.
Adam has been on the Dublin Development Squad since he was 13.
Over the years this involved training sessions and camps and inter county matches around the country.
He is now on the panel for the Dublin Minor Squad who are coached by Jason Sherlock.
He has recently lined out for Dublin against Monaghan, Cork and Donegal.
He hopes to stay on the squad for the Championship season starting in May.
He still says his footballing highlight to date was winning the schools League for Réalt na Mara in 2014.
Some photos from 2014 below.
Tháinig sé go dtí an scoil ar an Mháirt ó réaltra i bhfad uainn.
It came to the school on Tuesday from a galaxy far away.
Great excitement in school here on Tuesday and Wednesday as the Planetarium landed!
All of the pupils from Naíonáin go Rang 6 visited and were transported far away to outer space and beyond!
Míle buíochas do Coiste na dTuismitheoirí as an obair go léir le seo a chuir ar fáil.
Great thanks to the Parents Committee for their hard work in providing for the planetarium.
As we head in to the mid-term break we hope that all pupils and parents have a great mid-term break and ….may the force be with you!
Griangraif ó cuairt ‘Sam’ ar Scoil Réalt na Mara ar fáil anois sa ghailearaí.
Photos from the’ Sam Maguire’ visit to Scoil Réalt na Mara are now availble in the Gallery.
Sam ar scoil
Safer Internet Day
Lá idirlín níos sábhailte
Safer internet day is an EU wide initiative to promote a safer internet for all users, especially young people. It is promoted in Ireland by Webwise and PDST Technology in Education, and will be celebrated in Ireland on Tuesday 6th February 2018.
The theme for Safer Internet Day 2018 is ‘Create, connect and share respect: A better internet starts with you’
We ask all parents to focus on this day by having a conversation with your children about internet and online safety.
The poster below may be helpful in this regard.
We have also provided useful links below for further reading. As with all links parents should check their usefulness and age suitability first.
Tuismitheoirí ar ais ar scoil arís!
Parents back to school again!
A great welcome on Thursday morning for all the parents who came to the school hall to view the Global Citizenship – Litter and Waste action day Projects. We were all delighted to see so many parents visit the school.
The parents were guided through the projects by some very well informed buachaillí agus cailíní who shared their information so well.
An amazing amount of work has been undertaken by all classes in the past few weeks and it was great to have the opportunity to share this with parents.
An-obair déanta ag na ranganna go léir. Maith sibh!
Reports afterwards indicated that the parents were very well behaved and a credit to their children!
A few photos below.
An Coiste Glas ag glanadh suas.
The Green Schools Committee cleans up.
Some members of the Green Schools Committee helped to clean the area directly outside the school on Tuesday.
This was part of our Global Citizenship – Litter Waste Green Flag initiative.
When asked about the experience they said it was ‘rubbish’! and ‘ It’s a messy job but somebody has got to do it’!
Well done to the Green School Committee and to everyone who made Global Citizenship – Litter Waste action day such a success!
Bhí sibh go hiontach ar fad.