More Athletics Success!

The Teresian School had more success at Santry on Monday 28th May.

Out of the 8 gold medals available in the whole day we took home 4 gold medals and 1 bronze medal

Under 14 60 metre winner – Abi Kennedy
Under 11 60 metre winner – Clara McCormack
Under 14 relay team winners
Under 11 relay team winners
U12 relay team bronze

The Teresian School certainly left their mark in Santry this year! Well done girls you should be very proud of yourselves!

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Basketball Tournament

The Teresian Junior School hosted its first Basketball Ireland tournament on Tuesday May 22nd. There were 5 schools attending and the day was a resounding success. The tournament was for Classes 4 and 5 and the schools were from all over Dublin. There was some great basketball played by all the schools and the children enjoyed the day enormously. The final was a local derby between us and St Mary’s of Donnybrook. It was a nail biting affair, but unfortunately we came up short coming in as runner-up. Our 2nd team finished 3rd overall. All in all it was a great experience for all involved and hopefully will instill a love of the sport in many more girls.

By Des Fitzgerald, Basketball Coach

Young Philosopher Awards

Congratulations to Class 6 on their wonderful performance in The Young Philosopher Awards on Friday 18th May. They won Second Prize in their category with their project, ‘Which Version of Me is the True Me?’ It is the first time that the Teresian School participated in this prestigious national competition which encourages public speaking and an enquiring mind in our young people. We also had an opportunity to stand on stage with Michael D Higgins who attended the opening of the Awards Ceremony with his wife, Sabina.

Well done girls! We are all very proud of you.