Last update
St. Pius X BNS, Dublin

                  

Pius Trivia
Did you know that
. . . or that

Gymnasts and Quizzlers

Darragh in Ms. Stewart's class who was awarded gymnast of the year in his club. Best of luck to our quiz teams (junior team - Alan, Rory, Levi and Tomás /// senior team - Henry, Ashen, Oran and Patrick) who will represent St. Pius in the Credit Union school quiz on the 1st of February.

© St. Pius X BNS

St. Vincent de Paul

© St. Pius X BNS

Thank you for your generosity before Christmas with the food parcel gifts you sent in and your contribution to our bucket collection on the last day which raised almost €400

Yoga Time

© St. Pius X BNS

Monday morning yoga is proving to be a great hit with the boys as they stretch their way into the new week.

A Little Culture

No, not that type of culture . . . . Ms. O'Connor's boys were visited by scientist Clodagh who explained the differences between good and bad bacteria. The boys then set about culturing bacteria which they will examine this week.

© St. Pius X BNS

Powering Through . . .

Pictures from Power Hour in Ms. Corcoran's class as boys use iPads at one of the activity stations.

© St. Pius X BNS

News from Ms. Carroll's Class

© St. Pius X BNS

Oisín is back with his latest instalment - a 19 page story entitled My Granny (illustrated by the man himself).

Daniel with his piano certificate - DISTINCTION, with a score of 92 out of 100. Judges were very impressed.

Tristan has been working on his sentence structure and Ms. O'Neill thinks that his long sentences are just terrific.

Ezra's Got Rhythm . . .

Ezra brought his drum kit into class this morning and treated the boys in Ms. Dunne's and Ms. O'Connor's classes to a percussion performance. We were . . . .drum-founded!!

Peace Proms Rehearsal

© St. Pius X BNS

Our 62 choristers had a wonderful workout in the National Sports Arena with hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of children from other schools around the country. Mums (sorry to any Dads who do the laundry) will be delighted to hear that the organisers were very taken with the whiteness of our shirts (as well as the sweetness of our voices, of course).