Thursday, 11 October 2018

Fire Safety Competition


Fire Safety Week ran from the 1st - 7th October. All the classes have been learning about fire safety at home and at school. We practised a fire drill in school and the boys and girls did an excellent job of lining up at the Assembly Point. Fire safety is an extremely important subject and all children (and adults) should know exactly what to do in the event of a fire in the home or at school.
Always 1: Check your smoke alarm, 2: Check your carbon monoxide alarm and 3. Have an escape plan in place.These 3 things are extremely important and could save your life!

And remember...


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Fire Safety Poster Competition

Mrs Heffernan ran a Fire Safety Poster Competition with the 1st and 2nd classes. They were asked to design a poster with the theme: STOP FIRE-Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives
The teachers had a very difficult job of picking one winner from each class as all the entries were fantastic. The winning posters will be sent to Dublin City Council were hopefully one of ours will be picked for their 2019 Fire Safety Calendar.

Here are the winners from the following classes...

First Class

Room 7: Rebecca Moore

Room 8: Darragh O Brien

Room 9: Laila Guinan

Room 10: Lillian Kelly

Well done to all our winners and especially to our overall 1st class winner...Laila Guinan!

2nd Class

Room 2: Sean Ryan

Room 3: Dominic Conaghan

Room 4: Jasmine McDonagh

Room 6: Lacey Rooney

A big congratulations to all our winners, especially to our overall second class winner..Sean Ryan!