Our TYs & 1st years took part in some friendly competition at the bowling alley for Day 1 of Wellbeing Week! They had a great time and no doubt got a few strikes in along the way!


We want to wish two of our 5th year students, Gaia and Angelica, the best of luck in this years Texaco Art Competition. Both applicants have created stunning, vibrant artworks, and will no doubt be extremely successful!



It's that time of year again here at Ardscoil La Salle! Our theme for Wellbeing Week 2020 is 'Behind the Obvious'. We want our students to remember that while someone may outwardly seem alright, it may not always be the case. We want to instil in our students the value of treating people with kindness and respect. Over the course of the week, we will be hosting a variety of talks, welcoming guest speakers, going on trips and organising activites for our students that reflect these positive values. On 'Feel Good' Friday the 6th we are hosting a non- uniform 'Denim' Day for Dementia Awareness, a National Charity Event. We hope you all have a great week!
For any more information, please visit the link below.

https://alzheimer.ie/get-involved/fundraising-events/denim-day-for-dementia/

Odyssey, Parenting Your Teen Program is a groundbreaking 8 session course for those parenting young people aged 11 - 18 years, specially developed to improve communication and relationships. It is suitable for parents of pupils from 5th class in primary school through to Leaving Certificate.

TOPICS COVERED

Parenting Styles Dealing With Conflict
Teen Development Improving Self Esteem
Rules and consequences Problem Solving

The program will be carried out in a respectful and interactive environment, where every voice can be heard.

Starting Tuesday 10 March
Day Tuesday
Time 10am - 12 Noon
  Class in week 2 is on Wed 18th March due to St Patrick's day (17th)
No classes during the Easter Holidays
 Venue KCCP Kilmore Youth Service, Cromcastle Road, Coolock
Beside Coolock Health Centre
To Register please contact Irene McNally  0863803513   or  
Bernie Murray  0870509194

Tea and Biscuits will be provided at the break.

The health, safety and well-being of our students and staff is our top priority. We appreciate that parents and guardians may have questions about the Coronavirus and how this will be managed in schools.

For any information about the Coronavirus, please visit these links.

https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/coronavirus/advice-for-people-returning-from-affected-areas.html

https://www.education.ie/en/The-Department/Announcements/information-for-schools-preschools-and-third-level-institutions-on-the-coronavirus.html

We would like to extend a massive thanks to Scoil Eoin NS in Kilbarrack, St. Eithnes GNS in Edenmore, St. Benedicts NS in Grange Park and St. Malachys BNS in Edenmore for taking the day to come along and enjoy the various workshops- Pottery, Woodwork and Teambuilding- available to the 4th, 5th and 6th class pupils. The pupils created some amazing work and had a lot of fun in each session - They built 'Insect Hotels' in Woodwork, Clay Pinch Pots in Pottery and displayed their groupwork and communication skills in the Teambuilding workshop. We hope you all had a great time!

First Aid for Parents starts tomorrow, Tuesday, at 9.30am. There are some places available. You can text "FIRST AID" & YourName to 0867509998 or click here to sign up. For more information click here. It is open to any member of the community.

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