When we returned after the February mid-term we moved into our new classroom. It is much bigger and brighter than the old one. We also have a new quiet room with lots more equipment.
Its so inviting we will work so much harder to achieve our learning targets.
Monday 4th - Friday 6th February marked the beginning of our annual well being week. Throughout this week students participated in various activities and workshops. The week promotes a positive atmosphere throughout both school environment and work. Not only do we encourage positivity during this week but to carry on throughout the whole school year, bringing hope and motivation to all our students.
As usual Ardscoil La Salle celebrated St Valentine's Day. The Student Council set up their stall in the library, provided the free to all students, and later in the day acted as postman. This is one tradition that will continue long into the future.
On the 7th and 8th of February,TY students Kate Brogan and Paul Hannon traveled to the Le Chéile conference in Athlone. Throughout the two days, we participated in various workshops and activities based around the conference theme of " Welcome, Wisdom and Witness " and got to meet different students from other Le Cheile schools across Ireland. As it was the 10th anniversary conference, everyone was involved in preparing music or artwork for the anniversary mass as it was a special occasion. In the evening, everyone gathered for a big quiz and everyone had lots of fun. The following morning, we rehearsed music and singing for the mass later that afternoon. After the mass, everyone went for lunch and made their way back home. Overall it was a great experience and it was great to meet so many new people and get to be a part of the 10th anniversary Le Chéile conference.
Ardscoil La Salle is offering a FREE five week Social Cookery for Fun! Healthy Food Made Easy course on FIVE Monday Mornings
Each class will involve working with other adults to make a healthy meal, after which you can sit down and enjoy your meal and socialise with other parents. You can bring a container and take some home. If you bring extra ingredients you might even have the family dinner sorted!
The course is aimed at supporting people interested in healthier eating without breaking the bank. During the classes ther will be information sessions covering important information about food and food shopping. It is run by the HSE and the Northside Partnership. There is a dietician available - you can pass on questions to her through the instructor and she will join the class for one session if her schedule allows.
Mr Keogh brought the second year business class visit the Central Bank on Feb 4th. Rang Cara were invited along for the outing. After the bank, the group walked onto O'Connell Street to McDonald's for a meal before going into the Wax Museum. It was a great bonding experience for all involved.
Monday 4th February marks the beginning of our annual Well-Being Week. Throughout this week, students will participate in various activities and workshops. This week promotes a positive atmosphere throughout our school environment and our school work. On Friday 8th February, ‘Della goes Blue’. Friday is a non-uniform day. All students and staff are asked to dress in BLUE. A contribution fee is asked of our school community to help us fundraise for our mental health campaign ‘Behind the Obvious’. During this week, we encourage our students to be respectful and open to all talks, workshops and events taking place. We ask for Della students to carry on our positive message and vibes throughout the rest of the school year. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter as we promote #dellagoesblue #happlyclappyweek #dellawellbeing #progress4pieta.