The Easter 2018 Newsletter can be downloaded by clicking this link: Easter 2018 Newsletter CKJGNS
We have recently updated our Child Safeguarding Statement, which can be found by clicking on this link: Updated child safeguarding and risk assessment.
The girls had great fun decorating pancakes to celebrate Pancake Tuesday. We added a variety of toppings including strawberries, lemon juice and chocolate spread to create a tasty treat!
In order to promote the enjoyment of reading and story- telling, the children engaged in a ‘Book at Bedtime’ which was organised by the Home School Liaison teacher, Ms. Vahey. The children chose two books per week which allowed them to sit down with their families at home and enjoy a story. It was a great success and all of the girls received a certificate to celebrate their reading.
Christ the King Junior Girls school got a very special visit from a few hedgehogs and their owner this week. The girls experienced what it’s like to touch the spines of a hedgehog as well as learning a variety of interesting facts about the hedgehog for example what it likes to eat, where it lives and many more! Have a look at some of the photos…
Before Christmas the attendance awards took place which acknowledges and rewards girls who have had excellent attendance.
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Did you know that the Sam Maguire cup came to our school? We were very happy to welcome the cup that the winning Dublin team won in Croke Park earlier this year. As you can see, the girls looked thrilled to see the real deal!
We were delighted to welcome the Garda Band on the 15th December. It was an incredibly exciting day as the children joined in on the singing of some very well-known Christmas songs such as Jingle Bells and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. Have a look at some of the photos!
We wanted to let you know about an extra free Jolly Grammar resource you may wish to use at home.
If you go to https://www.spellingcity.com/users/JollyGrammar and click on “Week 10” for this week, and then “games”, you will see a selection of activities you might like to have your daughter try out, featuring this week’s spelling words.
There is an option to become a paying member of the site but it is not an essential requirement as there are many free games to choose from.