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St. George's National School, Balbriggan Co. Dublin

Physical Activity

30th Jan 2020

Every year St George's NS trains our 5th Class pupils as playground leaders to run fun activities in our Junior & Senior Infant yard. 5th Class have been really enjoying it this year and the Junior and Senior Infants are enjoying keeping active and learning new skills. Well done 5th Class!

 
 
 
 
16th Dec 2019

St George's getting into the festive spirit with a Santa relay!

 
 
 
 
 
6th Dec 2019

Every class completed the Active Break Every Day challenge, as a whole school initiative, from November 11th to December 6th.

Every class  committed to taking an Active Break every day over the four weeks. The benefits of this are improved concentration in class, improved fitness and improved long term health benefits.

Classes used a variety of activity breaks including running breaks, dance breaks and exercise breaks. Many classes used Go Noodle for dance breaks and some classes ran laps.

Well done St George's!

 
 
 
 
20th Nov 2019

Well done to our sixth class students who recently completed the Marathon Kids program!

Students in sixth class completed daily laps, gradually building up their running ability before completing the final mile of their marathon in Morton Stadium in Santry. Over the course of the eight weeks, students ran 26.2 miles in total! Everyone received a tshirt and a medal for taking part. Even Mr Falvey and Ms Needham joined in!

Well done sixth class!

 
 
 
 
11th Nov 2019

Mr Falvey's 6th Class performed a wonderful assembly explaining the Haka.

We were particularly interested in this after the recent Rugby World Cup.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8th Nov 2019

3rd – 6th Class at St George’s had a great time this week completing their 60 Minutes a Day Physical Activity Challenge as part of our Active School Flag initiative.

We look forward to doing it again after February mid-term break and again after our Easter break!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
27th Oct 2019

Our pupils at St George’s NS enjoyed keeping active this Halloween.

Our senior classes enjoyed getting outside for their annual Halloween walk on Thursday and had a disco in the hall on Friday.

Junior classes enjoyed some fun Halloween themed activities led by our Student Council.

Happy Halloween everyone!

 
 
 
 
6th May 2019
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2nd Apr 2019

We celebrated Seachtain na Gaeilge in March. The children were encouraged to speak Irish throughout the day. They got Maith Thú cards when we heard them speaking Irish around the school. The class with the most Maith Thú cards was Ms Corrie’s Senior Infants – Maith Sibh. We also enjoyed a Céilí Mór sa halla, GAA training and in 6th class a fainne competition.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
18th Jan 2019

Here at St George's we train 5th Class pupils as Playground Leaders. They run fun activities in our Junior/Senior Infant yard twice a week.

 
 
 
 
 
26th Oct 2018

The children enjoyed an active day to mark Halloween.  The younger children enjoyed activities in the school organised by the Student Council.  They searched for pumpkins, moved through scary obstacle courses and had great fun.  The senior children went for a walk around the town in their scary costumes. The winners of the best costumes showed their outfits on the catwalk.  We had super spooky stories and pictures.   Well done to the student council who organised the day and the children who dressed up, wrote stories and .decorated their classrooms.