Green School Our junior school students are working hard here in the school to make the Teresian School a greener place to study. They have already achieved 4 Green Flag Awards for Litter and Waste, Energy, Water and Travel, and are working towards their Biodiversity flag now. So this edition of the blog is taken...Read More
On Wednesday the 21st of November, our 5th and 6th Classes competed in the Basketball Finals in the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght. We had both players and spectators at the event – here’s what they had to say: Player – Kitty Burke The team was very excited but also nervous. As the...Read More
This girl is on fire! Earlier in the school year we shared the news that Teresian student Jessica McConn Walsh had been selected for the Under 16 Leinster Hockey Squad, which was a massive achievement, but now she’s topped even that by being selected for the Under 16 Hockey Ireland Squad… amazing work, Jessica! ...Read More
On 13th November 2019, Class 6 took part in their poetry festival. They each recited a poem by heart using facial expression and intonation. Our adjudicator was hugely impressed with the standard of the class and they made their teachers and parents feel very proud of them. The girls spoke with great confidence and displayed wonderful public-speaking...Read More
Since their training, our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors have been looking at ways they can make a difference in the school. They have chosen four main aims for them to start with: Review the Anti-Bullying Policy Survey the students on their knowledge and experience of bullying Carry out an awareness campaign including: Poster Campaign workshop for students...Read More
A Eucharist of Remembrance will be offered in gratitude and in loving memory for those in our school community and their loved ones who have passed away in the previous year. The Teresian School Community prays and celebrates the lives of deceased members and offers deepest sympathies to their respective families. All are invited to join: Thursday, 14...Read More
Our 5th and 6the year chemistry students recently took part in the Spectroscopy in a Suitcase workshop, delivered by PhD students from Trinity College. What a brilliant learning experience for them!Read More
Class 6 spent some time learning all about Ancient Egypt in October. They visited an exhibition in The National History Museum as part of their research for their powerpoint presentations to gain inspiration and information. Alongside their powerpoints, in groups, they created a visual. As a very artistic class, they created dioramas, travel brochures, sculptures,...Read More
Transition Year students accompanied by Robert Mathews and the Legion of Mary have been out on the streets of Dublin each week, delivering food they made and much needed clothing to homeless of Dublin City Centre. This is a challenging, yet rewarding experience for each of them – read one student’s reflection below: American politician...Read More
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