Scoil Íde Choir singing in Galway Cathedral on Saturday 2nd December in aid of the Simon Community.
The girls in third class were delighted to finally harvest these wonderful heads of broccoli from the school garden. Having planted these broccoli plants a few months ago, in the raised beds provided by Sarah-Jane’s father, the girls made sure the plants were watered regularly. They were amazed to see the broccoli heads sprouting and growing to such an impressive size. Well done girls!
Members of the Scoil Ide Choir who sang with Mrs. Hynes on Saturday 24th June in St. Nicholas’ Church in aid of COPE. Well done ladies – you were wonderful.
Congratulations to Abbey- Rae, Kate, Emma, Ailish, Cayleigh, Ellie, Zara and Adara who represented Scoil Íde at the Spar 5-a-side soccer Connacht finals in Castlebar on the 4th of May.
Well done girls, we are all very proud of you for the fantastic way in which you represented our school at the competition.
Thanks to Emma’s dad for taking photos on the day!
Mr. Whippy came to the school on Monday 8th as a treat for the Confirmation choir.
Congratulations to Caoimhe Donaldson who was a finalist in the All-Island Art Competition. This year’s theme was “Imagining Ireland in 2116”. Caoimhe’s artwork is currently on display in the National Art Gallery in Dublin.
Well done Caoimhe! We are so proud of you!
Well done to the girls from 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th Class who recently represented Scoil Íde at a Galway Schools Chess Competition!
Huge congratulations to the Scoil Íde Soccer Team who qualified for the Connacht Spar 5-a-side School Soccer Tournament 2017. We are very proud of them!
The tournament will be held in Castlebar on the 4th of May. Best of luck girls!
Back Row L-R: Abbey-Rae, Ailish, Kate, Cayleigh
Front Row L-R: Ellie, Zara, Adara & Emma.
Congratulations to Masha Hickey 6th Class who won Second Prize in the Lions Club Peace Poster Competition.
In October Mrs. Chambers and her class participated in Green Sod Ireland’s bee friendly planting project “Bee Aware”. The students learned about pollination, how to identify common Irish bumblebee species and how to help local bees by making their school garden more bee friendly. The students sowed native Irish wild flower seeds in the garden including Bird’s Foot Trefoil, Red Clover, Field Scabious, Lesser Knapweed, Oxeye Daisy and Yellow Rattle; all of which provide vital nectar and pollen for foraging bees. The class received native Irish wild flower seeds to sow in seed trays and plant in pots and flower beds to encourage more bee friendly planting in the community! Bee Aware seeds are sourced from Design By Nature and include their All-Ireland Pollinator Plan Wildflower Mixture: http://www.wildflowers.ie/mixes/wf/wf03.htm