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Games has returned and we are so happy to be out and about in the fresh air once again.

On Tuesdays Games will take place between 1:30pm - 3:30pm

On Thursdays Form 1 and 2 will play tennis from 1:30pm - 3:30pm and Forms 3,4,5,6 will take part in Games between 2:30pm - 4:30pm.

Next week our Movie Afternoons are commencing with KGA and KGB on Friday at 1pm. We can't wait!

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  • Cooking All Stars

    Cooking All Stars

    Form Four have been following the ‘Cooking All Stars’ programme. It is a primary school cooking programme, designed to introduce pupils to the knowledge and skills they need to get cooking and love good , healthy food. So far we Read More ...Read More »
  • Form 5 and ‘The Tempest’

    Form 5 and ‘The Tempest’

    Form 5 started looking at Shakespeare’s play ‘The Tempest’. The opening scene is of a storm at sea. We used the drama technique ‘still image’ to create this moment of dramatic tension at the very start of the play. We Read More ...Read More »
  • Welcome Back

    Welcome Back

    We have had a lovely return to school this week, helped in part by the glorious weather we have had. Form 6 got to live ‘life in the field’ for a day and sample some genuine ration packs as part Read More ...Read More »
  • ‘Egg-cellent’ Happy Easter from Form 3

    ‘Egg-cellent’ Happy Easter from Form 3

  • Together Again

    Together Again

    It has been a full week now since we have all been back together and it has been wonderful. On Tuesday, we had our St Patrick’s Day celebration with ‘Maidin na Gaeilge’. Everyone really got in to the spirit of Read More ...Read More »
  • Donation for New Books

    Donation for New Books

    We would like to say a huge thank you to last years Form 6 parents, which through their very kind donation, has meant that we have been able to replenish the books in our school library. These books will ensure Read More ...Read More »
  • International Women’s Day

    International Women’s Day

    As a school, we would like to remember Isabel Douglas for International Women’s Day. She was a pioneer for a different kind of education in Ireland in 1919 when she started Rathgar Junior School. She championed Irish being taught and Read More ...Read More »
  • Welcome Back

    Welcome Back

    We are so delighted to be able to welcome back our KGA, KGB, Form 1 and Form 2 classes. It has been a long time since we have all seen each other in person but we are over the moon Read More ...Read More »

RJS Jingle Bell String Orchestra

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