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Sports and activities in your area!

In Term 2, pupils on the Active School Flag Committee visited each class to find out how many pupils in each class are involved in different sports or activities outside school. Results of this survey can be found here as well as on our school’s ASF noticeboard in the main school corridor.

The Committee members also asked pupils which clubs/groups they were in and trained with. We made this list available on our ASF noticeboard for parents’ information but we decided to make it available here also. Where possible, each club/group name contains a link to its own webpage for further information. Above all, we encourage pupils to find activities they enjoy so they can aim to reach a healthy target of 60 minutes of physical activity per day!

(Below you will find links to external websites. Although we make every effort to ensure these links are accurate, up to date and relevant, we cannot take responsibility for pages maintained by external providers.)

List of local sports clubs and activities:

Ballyboden St. Enda’s GAA Club

Ballyboden Wanderers GAA Club

Ballinteer St. John’s GAA Club

Knocklyon United FC

St. Mary’s College RFC, Templeogue

Encore School of Performing Arts

RATSS Stage School

Leotards and Monologues School of Ballet and Performing Arts

Debbie Allen School of Dance

Independent Theatre Workshop

Rathfarnham AC

Bros. Pearse AC

Belpark Triathlon Club

Old Bawn Gymnastics

Ballinteer Kenpo Karate

Tallaght Swim Team

énergie Fitness Rathfarnham (swimming)

Meadowbrook Swimming

Templeogue Tennis Club

Terenure Sports Club – Tennis

14th Dublin, Ballyroan Scout Group

115th Ballinteer Scout Group

Three Rock Rovers Hockey Club

Beaufort Basketball Club

Ski Club of Ireland

SuperSonic Trampoline Club

 

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5th and 6th class take on the Daily Mile!

Well done to the 5th and 6th class pupils who continue to run laps daily to close in on completing our Marathon Challenge! We are now two thirds of the way there!

We are linking this activity to participation in the national Daily Mile initiative, which aims to get more children running in a non-competitive way. Well done to everyone for all their hard work and to Tomás McDermott, co-ordinator with the South Dublin County Sports Partnership who has been supporting us.

Tug of War at Edmondstown NS!

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Pupils in Ms. Collins’s 3rd and 4th class were delighted to get a lesson today from Cathy O’Toole from the Irish Tug of War Association! Cathy showed the pupils the correct, safe way to enjoy the sport and multiple rounds were held! The ITOWA gave Edmondstown NS our own school standard rope to keep and use into the future! Today is ‘Tug of War Tuesday’ around the country, organised by the Active School Flag, so the timing was perfect for a demonstration!

More photos to follow below…

‘What club are you in?’ survey conducted by students on the ASF committee

Before the Easter holidays, the ASF committee conducted a survey to find out what sports/physical activities the pupils of Edmondstown NS participate in during their free time. The results of this survey are shown below.

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The ASF committee also gathered a list of the names of local clubs for the information of interested parents/guardians. A full list will be made available on our school’s ASF noticeboard in Term 3.

 

ASF Committee conduct a clubs survey

Members of the ASF Committee went class to class today to find out what type of physical activities and sports the boys and girls of Edmondstown NS like to do outside school hours. They also asked the names of the clubs they are members of. The Committee members are currently reviewing their findings and they will post a graph on this blog and on the school’s ASF noticeboard shortly!

Guest speaker from Paralympics Ireland visiting Edmondstown NS in May!

Edmondstown NS is delighted to announce that we will be welcoming a guest speaker from Paralympics Ireland in May! Ellen Keane first swam with the Irish team in the Beijing Paralympic Games in 2008, making her the country’s youngest athlete. She has since competed at the Paralympic Games in London and Rio, where she won a bronze medal in the SB8 100m Breaststroke final! We look forward to welcoming such a talented athlete to our school!

 

PE in Junior and Senior Infants

Mrs. Cleary’s class has been working very hard in the Irish dancing lessons and in GAA. Here are a few photos of their fun activities!