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Welcome to our website.    On behalf of the children, teachers, Special Needs Assistants, ancillary staff, parents, friends and the Board of Management, I am delighted to greet you. 

Gardiner Street School is a Catholic school in the tradition of the Religious Sisters of Charity.    In the words of our Mission Statement “We commit ourselves to making our school a safe and enjoyable place of education.    We are open to the challenges of the future,  encouraging effective co-operation between pupils, parents, staff, management and the local community”.

My wish is that you will enjoy reading about our  life in our school.  

Sincerely 

Eileen O’ Doherty
Principal

 

 

PostHeaderIcon Aistear – At the Opticians

Room 3 are enjoying playing in the Opticians during Aistear time. We are learning why we might visit the Opticians and how glasses can help us to see properly. The boys and girls are taking on the roles of the Optician, the receptionist and the patients in the role play area. We love making an appointment and getting our eyes tested! There is a great selection of glasses here from reading glasses to sunglasses.

 

PostHeaderIcon E2 Enjoying Tennis

We have tennis with Debbie every Thursday, we really enjoy playing it. We now know how to serve and hit the ball properly! It was so sunny this week we got to play outside.
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PostHeaderIcon Room 3 School Tour May 2018

On Thursday 3rd May 2018, Junior Infants went to Newgrange Farm on their school tour. Firstly, we held baby chicks and puppies. They were adorable. Some of them even tried to escape! We had to hold on very tightly. We all had a chance to feed the lambs their bottles. They were very hungry! We saw lots of farm animals after that. We were all very amazed at the new baby chicks under the lamps. We fed the ducks some bread and saw an egg that the hen had laid. One of the best parts was when farmer David took us for a spin on the trailer tractor. We saw the Leprechaun’s house, the farm crops. the River Boyne and farmer David’s old bath outside in a field. It didn’t look very clean! Towards the end. we drove tractors and Go-Karts. We really enjoyed our day.

 

Staff