Mr Skelly’s and Mr Moraghan’s show their support for the Pilgrim Walk in aid of Children’s Cancer Charities

Mr Skelly’s 5th class boys did a lap of Griffith Park today (Friday 1st October) wearing their ‘Children’s Health Foundation, Crumlin Hospital’ t-shirts in support of the Coughlan family and their pilgrim walk for childhood cancer. The sun was shining and the wind was blowing on a typical October morning!

Meanwhile, Mr Moraghan’s 1st class lads kept it local and walked the beautiful grounds of the DCU St Pat’s campus in their ‘Gavin Glynn Foundation’ t-shirts to raise awareness of the Coughlan family’s fundraising efforts.

As many of you are aware, this campaign aims to raise substantial funds for three important children’s cancer charities. For more information on this please check out this link:

www.idonate.ie/WalkingforChildhoodCancerAwareness

Well done to all our pupils and best of luck to the Coughlan family!

Enjoy these photos!

 

 

Ms Griffin’s class decide to ‘dance in the rain’!

Inspired by the rain last Friday, Ms Griffin’s 3rd class discussed how we all face storms in our lives, and how it is up to us to determine how we respond.

They talked about how they might choose to hide inside and wait for it to pass, but ultimately decided it was better to continue on with life and try their best to sing, dance and enjoy themselves whatever the weather!

“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass; it’s about learning how to dance in the rain.”