Well done to our Boys Gaelic Team. The boys played an incredible game of football on Wednesday 26 October in Croke Park, beating Kilnamanagh from Tallaght in a thrilling final. They were supported by a cheering crowd with banners, headbands and inspiring chants. Thank you to their teachers who prepared them for the match. A great day was enjoyed by all.
We are delighted to announce the details of the Senior Boys Football Final. This is an incredible honour for our school and a true testament to the determination and hard work of our students and their coaches. They have trained very hard to get to this point. We hope the stadium will be filled with enthusiastic supporters to cheer on our wonderful boys. Well done to all involved.
Corn Chlanna Gael Boys Senior Football Final.
Sacred Heart of Jesus Huntstown vs Kilnamanagh.
Croke Park - Davin Pitch. Wednesday 26th October. Throw in 2.20pm.
The Board of Management has announced the appointment of Mr Kieran Lyons as school principal. Mr Lyons began his teaching career in Huntstown and returns to the school to take on this new role. He will be warmly welcomed and supported by all the Huntstown community.
Beir bua Mr Lyons.
Congratulations to the Boys Gaelic team. The boys have earned the opportunity to play in Croke Park in November. We are immensely proud of them and thank their teachers and coaches for all their help and support. Details of the match will follow in due course.
Our boys Gaelic team will play Gael Scoil Clondalkin at 3pm on Thursday 13 October. The match will be held in Sarsfield GAA club in Lucan. A win at this important semi final match would ensure that our boys make it to the final in Croke Park. Supporters are most welcome.
We were thrilled to welcome Marguerite from Blanchardstown library recently. She was so impressed with our Roald Dahl displays and our genuine enthusiasm for the author and his work. Marguerite visited some of the classes where she was treated to some of the displays that the boys and girls created in response to reading the novels. She learned all about Matilda in Rang 5 and was delighted to talk to Rang 1 about The Enormous Crocodile. The boys and girls were all excellent and presented their work with great enthusiasm and interest. Marguerite praised the behaviour and good manners of our students. It's always a joy to hear how great our students are and the great example they set for the community of Huntstown. Well done everyone.
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