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Creative Schools

Music Generation

As part of our Creative Schools Award, we are able to provide high-quality performance music education for the children in our school with Ireland’s National Music Education Programme, Music Generation. Music Generation transforms the lives of children by creating rich and diverse ways for participants to engage in vocal and instrumental tuition delivered by skilled

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What is Creative School’s?

Creativity is very important to us as a school. Creativity is the freest form of self-expression. There is nothing more satisfying and fulfilling for children than to be able to express themselves openly. We are delighted to be taking part in the Creative Schools initiative. This Initiative aims to put the arts and creativity at

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Inventors Challenge

In June, as part of our Creative Schools Initiative, we held our first annual ‘Inventors Challenge.’ The children were given a challenge to use materials found at home to invent something. And their inventions were absolutely smashing! They had an opportunity to showcase their inventions – check out a few photos below.

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Creative Schools Social and PTA AGM

On the 28th of January, we hosted another very successful Creative School’s Social event in the theatre space of the DLR Lexicon Library. It was organised by our wonderful PTA and volunteers who set up on the night and arranged delicious food and drink. The PTA also provided a beautiful school appreciation presentation filled with

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Winter Concert

To celebrate the end of our first term, and to launch our Music Generation Initiative, we had a winter concert. Each class presented some of the pieces they had been working on with Carrie, during our Music Generation sessions. They also recited a few poems and sang a few songs (including Gaeilge ones), that they

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Bricks4Kidz

To mark science week in November, we did loads of extra science investigations in our classrooms and talked about different scientists. But the highlight of the week was definitely a lego workshop with Bricks 4 Kids. We played and experimented with using lego – all different shapes & sizes & pieces of lego – and

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