Monthly Archives: October 2015


Cross Country Runners Have Success


On Thursday of this week 49 athletes from St. Teresa’s competed in a Cross Country Meet in Swords. The school had great success in these races with 2 pupils securing a first placing (Milcah and Nathan Anevho) and a number of other making the top ten placings. As ever, competition is tough in these events […]

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Defense Forces deliver Proclamation and Tricolour


Members of the Defense forces visited St. Teresa’s today to read the Proclamation and deliver the tricolour in preparation for the 1916 commemoration. (All schools in the country will be asked to hoist the flag on March 15th 2016). During the ceremony today pupils from 4th, 5th, and 6th classes were present to hear the […]

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You’re being watched!


Scary things were happening this week in the Parents’ Room at the school. Here are some pupils and parents who attended Hallowe’en readings of scary stories and some strange events in what is known for this week as the Hallowe’en Hut. Click on the picture above to enlarge it and see who has been watching […]

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Sam Maguire Cup at St. Teresa’s


The excitement was palpable as pupils, staff and parents awaited the arrival of the Sam Maguire Cup today. As the chanting reached a crescendo the cup was brought into the school hall by Dublin players Dean Rock And Eric Lowndes. The players spoke to the crowd gathered and thanked them for their support for the […]

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Bingo Night


St. Teresa’s Parents’ Association held their second very successful Bingo Night in the school on Thursday of this week. There was a great attendance and a very enjoyable night was had by all. The evening was attended by young and old alike and and many of the children were winners. All proceeds were in aid […]

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Bedtime Story Evening


Pupils from Senior Infant classes, Ms. Byrne’s  and Ms. Denner’s and their parents were invited to a Bedtime Story Evening on Tuesday of this week. The only rule was that you had to bring your teddy and come in your pyjamas! Pupils and their parents were treated to a lovely bedtime story read by the […]

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The Benefits of Reading to Your Child


Benefits of reading: Reading time is great bonding time with your child, making them feel special, warm & secure, therefore improving their self-esteem. Reading to your little one encourages them to become readers themselves; expanding their language development and thinking skills. Listening to stories allows their imagination to take flight. Books are a great way […]

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Girls’ Basketball Team On Tour


St. Teresa’s Girls’ Basketball team have played their first challenge match of the season against Donabate/Portrane Educate Together School this Friday. Lots of energy, activity and great heart in an enjoyable game.           

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September 2015 Newsletter


Sept15  – our latest newsletter coming to you a little later than planned.

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Celebrating 40 Years


St. Teresa’s is celebrating 40 years of providing education to the people of Balbriggan this year. The school had its beginnings in 1975 and has continued to blossom and grow over the years. A special mass to herald the beginning of the celebration year was held in the school on Thursday 1st of October, the […]

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