Tickets are on sale in the Infant School for our Fundraising Concert in St. Louis High School this Wednesday; December 12th. We are so very lucky to have a phenomenal line up of acts to entertain us for the night including Lisa Hannigan (https://lisahannigan.ie), The Dubliner’s John Sheahan (https://dublin.ie/living/articles/meet-the-dubliner-john-sheahan-musician/), Colm mac Iomaire from The Frames (http://www.colmmacconiomaire.com/) and soprano Siobhra Quinlan (https://siobhraquinlan.com/) to name but a few. Funds raised go towards the new playground in the Primary School.
Now that we are into the season of Advent and busy preparing for our Christmas celebrations; take a moment to consider the following:
This Advent, Give the gift of yourself.
Mend a quarrel, Seek out a forgotten friend.
Share some treasure, Give a soft answer.
Encourage youth, Keep a promise.
Find the time, Listen.
Laugh a little, Laugh a little more.
Express your gratitude, Welcome a stranger.
Gladden the heart of a child.
Take pleasure in the beauty and wonder of the earth.
Speak your love, speak it again, speak it still once again
And let your heart be filled with holiday joy.
Remember: “It is not what is UNDER the tree that is important; it is who is AROUND it”
Give your loved ones the gift of time spent together.
In class; our students are setting a positive intention each day during Advent. Perhaps you;d like to join in with us at home. Click on the link below to view and download our St. Louis Advent Calendar.
St. Louis Senior Primary School is a co-educational Primary School, catering for students from Second to Sixth class, in which we strive to provide a well ordered, caring, happy and secure environment where learning opportunities abound. Our school fosters a welcoming, positive and inclusive climate where values of self worth, equality and understanding are cherished and promoted. We endeavour to enhance the self esteem of all within our school, imbuing in our pupils respect for themselves and others and developing in them the concept of civic responsibility.
Our school provides Religious Education in accordance with the practices and traditions of the Roman Catholic Church, but we are respectful of and cherish other Religious beliefs within our school. We welcome pupils of all faith, including those of none.
We promote an appreciation and love of Irish culture and language while also forging a knowledge of and respect for other cultures within our school. Our school motto is “Growing and Learning Together” and this is our mission as we prepare our pupils for lifelong learning and further education.
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