Safer Internet Day (SID) is an EU wide initiative to promote a safer internet for all users, especially young people. It is promoted in Ireland by the PDST Technology in Education and Webwise. The Theme for Safer Internet Day 2018 is “Create, connect and share respect: A better internet starts with you”. Safer Internet Day 2018 will be celebrated on Tuesday, February 6th.
Below is a link where you can access resources to go through with your child. Here you’ll find all the information and support you need to ensure your child makes the most of their time online.
Check out the great pics below of our Skipathon, which classes from 3rd to 6th Class took part in. It was a joint venture between the Student Council and the Active School Committee, to raise money for some new yard equipment. It was great fun!
Check out the great pics below of our “Penalty Shoot Out”, which classes from Junior Infants to 2nd Class took part in. It was organised by both the Active School Committee and the Student Council, as a fundraiser for yard equipment and as part of our work that we are doing for our Active Flag.
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We had two very special visitors into the school today. We had Lyndsey Davey from the Dublin Senior Ladies Football Team and the Brendan Martin Cup. As we all know, Dublin beat Mayo in the Senior Football Final in Croke Park in September.
The All-Ireland football final between Dublin and Mayo at Croke Park smashed the record for the highest attended women’s sporting event of 2017. Dublin streaked to victory, 4-11 to 0-11, in an enthralling showdown that was played out in front of 46,286 people.
It was great to welcome Lyndsey to out school and we hope that she and her champion Brendan Martin will come and see us next year as well. Come on you girls in blue!!
Lyndsey also took some time to speak to some classes about what it is like to be part of the Senior Dublin Team.
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Last weekend (October 20th-22nd) the PTA held their first fundraiser of the year; bag packing in Supervalu Lusk. We had lots of volunteers over the weekend and raised a wonderful €1440 to go towards new “Aistear” resources. Thank you to all of the volunteers and the generous customers of Supervalu.
It was Tuesday morning after storm Ophelia and even though every school in the country was closed, the dedicated Rush and Lusk Educate Together N.S. Green School representatives were at the Rush and Lusk train station ready to do our bit to end poverty!
We bought our tickets and got on the train. Our train took us to Tara Street. Once we reached our destination we started to wander out of the train station towards the poverty stone. On the way we saw the Customs House and stopped to take a few pictures. Then we soon reached the poverty stone to join the other nine groups from Dublin City Centre.
We all gathered around the stone and sat down. We were all there to celebrate UN (United Nations) End Poverty Day. Before it started we were all called over to colour a paper Stop Poverty hand each and we got a special t-shirt to help spread the word about End Poverty Day.
After finishing our masterpieces we sat down again and the ceremony began. There were a lot of speeches made, including one by the Lord Mayor of Dublin. He spoke about poverty in Ireland and how we all need to work together to combat it. He was delighted that so many people made it there despite the storm. There were many other speeches. Lucy Walsh (me) and James Robertson from R.a.L.E.T. N.S. spoke on behalf of the schools that could not make it, while Shaun Dunne and Hailey Lombard introduced our Boat of Hope to the audience. Soon after the speeches we released all of the Boats of Hope, sending out our wishes to end poverty by 2030. The sail of our boat was a patchwork of different squares of material designed by each class. The R.a.L.E.T. boat (Go Go Dermo) quickly started picking up pace before surprisingly taking a sharp left down the canal, never to be seen again! We all said our last goodbyes, and watched the boats slowly drifting away.
Later we returned to our seats and sang along to the song ‘Something inside So Strong’. All the TV cameras were pointing at the small stage where the little group of people stood singing the song. Soon after we shared some cake and sandwiches that were generously offered and we had a well-deserved hot chocolate. Before heading home, we had a quick trip up the river to see the famine ship the Jeanie Johnston. We were all wrecked after a long, exciting day and soon returned back home with a smile on our faces.
We had “Harvest Week ” in our school this week, where classes picked fruit and vegetables from the school gardens and made food such as apple crumble, chutney and jam. Margaret and Darragh visited classes and gave classes some of the food, which was enjoyed by all!