Gerald Griffin St. Cork

October, 2015

Junior Infants Trick or Treating

Ms. Bohane’s class had great fun last Friday. They dressed up in their Halloween costumes and went trick or treating to 6th class. Luckily they all got treats from the older girls.


Halloween in 4th class

The girls in 4th class enjoyed dressing up for Halloween. We had cats, Japanese Geisha, witches, devils, skeletons, dead cheerleaders and other scary costumes.  


Football Blitz

The girls from 5th and 6th took part in a football blitz a few weeks ago. There were 5 teams playing and the girls won 2 matches and lost 2 matches. The girls played their hearts out and really enjoyed the day.


The Boy in the Dress

4th class have been reading the book “The Boy in the Dress” by David Walliams. All the class enjoyed the story. After finishing the story the girls wrote about their favourite part of the book. They also became fashion designers and designed new dresses for Denis, the main character in the book.


Halloween in Early Start

The children in Early Start had a great time on Friday dressing up for Halloween.


Happy Halloween from Senior Infants

The children in Senior Infants had a fun-filled day today. They dressed up for Halloween and everyone looked amazing. They went trick or treating around school and had a party in the afternoon. Check out the photos from today.   


Senior Infants’ Class Photos

The children in Senior Infants had their class photo taken last week.They also enjoyed a lovely Autumn nature walk in the convent garden. They have grown up so much since Junior Infants.  



Every week parents from Junior Infants, Senior Infants and First Class come in to read to their child and their child’s friends. It is a thoroughly enjoyable experience for all involved.  


Shauna Ferro

A past pupil of North Pres. Shauna Ferro came back to visit us with her mum. She attended our school from Early Start to 6th Class. She now works in the navy. She told all the children about her recent trip to the Mediterranean on the LÉ Niamh. The children were fascinated by her stories …Continue reading


Gaelic Football News.

The girls in 4th, 5th and 6th have been busy training hard for their Sciath na Scol matches. All the girls are delighted and proud to be wearing the new school jerseys.  So far they have played three matches. By showing great skill and team work, they were successful in their first two matches. The …Continue reading

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