Sports Day 2020Sports Day is one of the great events in our school calendar and we couldn’t let a little thing like a global pandemic stop us celebrating together. While we could not be together in person this did not dampen the Doohamlet spirit and many of you have shared some fantastic photographs of all the activities and fun you enjoyed at home. We would like to thank you and your parents for getting involved, getting active and sharing your photos.
We were delighted to establish a partnership with The Irish Tug of War association. Cathy O’Toole visited the school to give our pupils from 3rd to 6th class a taster session. During the session she explained the basic rules of Tug of War and demonstrated the correct technique to the children and teachers. The children got to give it a go, and there was great competition between the teams. Tug of War is a unique sport in the fact that everybody on the team must play their part, this gave all students an opportunity to let their sporty side shine. Tug of War is a great, inclusive sport that can be enjoyed by all ages The session concluded with a boys VS girls competition…. can you guess who won?Cathy also left us a junior Tug of War rope to practise with, in preparation for the Tug of War Blitz.
All Saints’ N.S. is an active school.
We strive to ensure that our pupils stay fit and healthy.