School Closes for the Summer Holidays
Athletics Team: Congratulations to our 6th class Athletics Team who competed in Morton Stadium, Santry on the 31st May 2022. They competed in the relay events, 100m sprints and 600m race. Everyone enjoyed the day and we are very proud of them. A special congratulations to Maeve McConnell from Mr. Fletcher's class who placed third in the 100m sprint.
Just a quick update on Scoil Treasa activities. We have gone from zero to 100 in a very short peroiod following the lifting of Covid 19 restrictions. Plenty happpening here as you will read. June will also be very busy. I will keep yopu updated.
Gerard O' Meara
Student Council: The Student Council Ukraine appeal on behalf of the Irish Red Cross has raised a fantastic 810 euro. Well done to all our pupils for supporting the people of Ukraine. Thanks also to Amelia Wojdas for coming up with this great idea. The Peace Tree and the Peace Wall look amazing in the blue and yellow of Ukraine. Go raibh maith agaibh go leir!
School Quiz Team: Some of our 6th class pupils took part in a School Quiz in Divine Word NS and had a great time! Well done to the boys who made our quiz teams and a huge thanks to Divine Word for a great evening!
Opening and Closing Times
On Monday we will have all the classes start school at 9.05 a.m. and finish at 2.45p.m. Up to now we staggered our start and finish times but this is no longer required. So 3rds and 5ths have no change but 4th and 6th classes start and finish five minutes earlier. Also next week we will have 5th/6th classes lining up on yard in the morning as they did pre pandemic.(We will show them on Monday where to go) The 3rd /4th classes will continue to line up as is for the moment. We also hope to move back to one break time the following week. This will take some adjustment but we will work through it with your co operation.
Boys football today v Star of the Sea NS Sandymount. Great performance!
A Word from our Principal
On behalf of the Board of Management, staff, parents and pupils, I welcome you to our school website. We are a Catholic primary school in the Parish of Firhouse. The school was established in 1977 and caters for pupils from third class to sixth class. We have 430 pupils and a staff of 32 at present. We endeavour to provide a caring, happy and secure learning environment, where the spiritual, physical, moral, cultural and intellectual needs of our pupils are looked after. There is a wonderful sense of community evident in our school and it is the hard work of staff and students with the support of parents that makes Scoil Treasa truly unique. I hope you enjoy learning about our school and are encouraged to continue visiting both our school and our website.
Gerard O’ Meara