As you are aware, we are currently working on the Green School theme of Biodiversity, and on St. Francis Day Wednesday October 4th (weather permitting), we will visit Blackrock Park 11.45am – 1.15pm as part of our Day of Action for Biodiversity. All pupils are invited to dress up using “Nature” as the theme for the occasion. Think butterflies, bees, birds, bugs, fruits, flowers, animals or perhaps t-shirts with slogans about.
Today at St Francis NS we had a special flag raising ceremony to celebrate the three flags recently awarded to our school. First we celebrated our Green Schools Travel Flag. This is our 4th Green Schools Flag, after Litter and Waste, Energy and Water. We were joined by Sorcha Brophy, the Travel Education Officer for An Taisce, who raised the flag with the assistance of Kate, Wendy and Jan Lan,.
Last Friday we had our monthly whole school assembly to acknowledge the recent achievements in St Francis NS. The following individuals and teams were acknowledged for outstanding acheivements: Aswati – for Irish Dancing Sam – for his club’s football player of the year award Jai – for winning the Libby Dynamites Golden Ticket (one years free basketball coaching) Sean – for outstanding performance at basketball The St Francis girls and.
Today is a very proud day for everyone at St Francis NS. At a ceremony at The Helix, at DCU, Dublin, we were awarded our 4th Green Flag. Sadly we could not take the whole school to the ceremony, or even our whole Green Schools Committee. Instead Mrs Lawless selected three pupils from the committee who had made an outstanding contribution this year towards our Green School Initiatives. This, our.