This Thursday at 10am in St Gabriel’s library there will a simple talk and workshop based on mental health and wellbeing for families.
This week is Dublin City North Mental Health week (coordinated by CYPSC – Children and Young People’s Sevices Committees), and Step by Step project coordinator Paul Ring will host the workshop based on the MindOut programme and tea and refreshments will be available.
Please see below some wellbeing tips and services that are available to young people and families in your area.
Dublin City North CYPSC Therapeutic and Counselling for Under 18s
Dublin City North CYPSC 5 Ways to Wellbeing Leaflet
DCN CYPSC Calendar of Events Mental Wellness Awareness Week
This month in Mr Smyth’s First Class our theme for the month of Ocotber is Halloween.
In English, Gaeilge, History, Geography and Art we are learning about various aspects of Halloween: from learning about the traditions and customs of Halloween in History, the language of Halloween in Oral Language lessons, Halloween Poetry, Halloween artwork in Art and Oiche Shamhna in Gaeilge. Additional to this the children will be learning about School- in History about what school was like in the past and in Geography about how we travel to and from school.
At home you can chat with your child about these themes.
Check out this month’s Newsletter. Just click on the image below to read.
Newsletter Sept 2019
Below is a link to a fun interactive hundred square which you can use at home to get to know the hundred square and to have fun and practice skip counting.
Please note: You will need to have Adobe Flash on your device. The game won’t work with an ipad.
This month in Mr Smyth’s First Class our theme for the month of September is Myself.
In English, Gaeilge, SPHE, History, Geography, Science and Art we are learning about various aspects of ourselves: from learning about our body in Science, our own unique life history in History, our friendship with others in SPHE, drawing and self-portraits in Art and Me Fein in Gaeilge.
At home you can chat with your child about the theme.