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Make A Book Exhibition

Mar 10, 2016

Ms. Mulholland’s First Year Geography class entered the J.C.S.P Make A Book Exhibition this year with a fact filled book about Ireland called “County On Us.”This guide book gives advice to tourists about destinations in every single county in Ireland. The students researched each county and made an amazing 3D model of Ireland featuring all the destinations. […]

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Valentine’s Day Flowers

Feb 12, 2016

Mr. Redmond and Ms. McCarry organised an uplifting competition today for the end of half term and to celebrate St. Valentine’s Day. Students were asked to make written nominations for special people who deserved a beautiful bouquet of flowers.There was an overwhelming number of grandmothers nominated as well as parents, teachers and classmates. The flowers were delivered during the […]

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Bro. Fred’s Christmas Hot Chocolate

Dec 14, 2015

Class 1L and 1R were invited to the new Marianist Community house today for a favourite St. Laurence College tradition- Bro. Fred’s Christmas Hot Chocolate. Father Mike, Bro. Gerry and Bro. Fred served up the homemade and hearty hot chocolate for all the students and this was topped off with toasted marshmallows. Enjoy the photos! The events […]

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Movember

Dec 14, 2015

Class 5L began November researching the Terracotta Warriors in R.E class and ended the month with four S.P.H.E classes that raised awareness of  testicular cancer. The four lessons were part of the excellent Marie Keating Foundation schools pack. We began the unit of lessons with a class discussion about cancer and we explored some of the myths surrounding this […]

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J.C.S.P Christmas Card Poetry and Christmas Card Art Awards

Dec 10, 2015

All our J.C.S.P students were invited to design a Christmas Card this year. Ms. Murray and her J.C.S.P team organised the competition to decide on the festive greeting to be included in the finished printed cards. Mia Kane (1st), Bobbi Downer (2nd) and Caithlin Delaney (3rd) created these snow stopping limericks and acrostic poems. A […]

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