Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord and may perpetual light shine upon them. May they rest in peace. Amen.
As we light our candle today we remember family and friends who have died. All Souls Day is celebrated on the 2nd of November in the church. Itis a tradition of honouring and respecting the memory of the faithful departed.I’m sure you all know people in your family who gone to heaven or who may be very sick, and also people that are special and important to you . We are going to pray in silence for a minute for all the people mentioned.
Ms Kelly’s class read the prayers of the faithful-Lily, Devon and Conor
We pray for all those who have died, especially those whom we have known and loved. We pray they enjoy perfect happiness and total fulfilment in eternal life.
We pray for our families. May our love for each other support us during good times and bad times. Our family should always be a very important part of our lives.
Prayer Three We pray for the sick and for those who care for them at home and in hospital. May they know the strength of God is always with them.
Maths week took place last week in St. Declan’s. It was great to see all the classes involved in so many fun activities. The three first classes went to Imagonisity in Sandyford last Wednesday and had a great day. Some classes did maths trails, maths notice boards and maths workshops. Thank you to your teachers for making it such a fun week and to Ms O’Halloran for co-ordinating the week.
SPECIAL AWARDS-Pupil of the Month
Room 16 Ellie
Room 14 Max
Room 15 Daria
Room 17 Eva
Room 19 Lily Faye
Room 18 Anthony
Best dressed Class- Room 17
Best behaviour on yard award- Room 15
Best Attendance Award for the month of September
Prize for first class is Room 14 and 15 (joint winners) The prize for 2nd class is Room 19 Ms Crowley
GAELGOIR NA MIOSA
Room 15 DominicRoom 14 Francesca
Room 16 Charlie
Room 17 Sasha
Room 18 Emma
Room 19 Alannah
This year we are going to help raise money for Temple Street Hospital. On the day of the holidays we are asking all the boys and girls in St. Declan’s to dress up in their Halloween clothes and bring in €1 each to your class teacher. We will collect all the money and give it to Temple Street to help all the sick children in hospital.
Performance by Ms Mooney’s 1st class Room 15
I want to wish everyone a safe and enjoyable Halloween break. We are closed all of next week for our mid-term break. We return to school on Monday the 4th of November.
Witch witch, where do you fly? Under the clouds and over the sky. Witch, witch, what do you eat? Little black apples from Hurricane Street. Witch, witch, what do you drink? Vinegar and good red ink. Witch, witch, where do you sleep? Up in the clouds where the pillows are cheap