We are fortunate to have a very committed group of girls from 4th to 6th class participating in Senior Soccer this year. They have been training hard every Thursday afternoon in Leicester Celtic, come hail or shine!! This year the girls team is entered for the Dublin Primary Schools Cup and League. Unfortunately the girls were beaten in a tough Cup match by a more experienced team from Malahide. However, since that loss, they are unbeaten in the League, with one match to go! After Easter the girls will train on a Friday afternoon instead, on the grass pitch in Marlay Park.
Junior Infants and 6th class has some fun today in the sun! T hey were collecting eggs on an Easter Hunt!! Not all the eggs were edible so they had to be careful. Eggs weren’t the only things they found, also some ladybirds!
Taney Girls played in St. Gerard’s end of season tournament for the Primary School League. A total of 30 schools took part,including Taney’s A and B Teams. Both teams came home with silver medals, playing Whitechurch and St. Matthew’s in their respective finals. Despite some nasty weather the girls and their supporting parents had a great afternoon. Many thanks to our coaches for all their support and input!
“Can anyone find me somebody to love?! 6th class made their own drama/music videos based on Queen’s “Somebody to Love”.
As a reward for completing such wonderful Seachtain na Gaeilge booklets, 6th class worked with their Junior Infant buddies teaching them how to create a leprechaun!
Can you do the Triangle Dance??? Our 6th classes certainly can!
Junior Infants and Sixth Class had great fun reading together dressed up as our favourite book characters!
Upon finishing our second novel this year, “The Wildflower Girl” by Marita Conlon McKenna, the children created character profiles of the protagonist Peggy O’Driscoll!