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Sunday, 21st April 2019

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  • F.S.G.T. 2019

    Pupils at the Faythe School were treated to a top class display of talent recently when the second ever ‘The Faythe School’s Got Talent’ show was recently held at the school. Contestants sang, acted, danced, drummed, played and rapped before being interviewed by Mr Gregg with comments then from 'a very nice Simon Cowell' Mr. McKenna. When the Show concluded all the pupils got to vote for their favourite act while passing through the 'Breakfast Room' on their way to the Yard. The votes were counted and scutinised by teachers while the pupi ...

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    by Mr. Turner
    Monday, 15 April 2019
  • Maths Week / D.E.A.R. at Selskar College

    The 6th Class have been very busy recently and I'm just blogging to give you all a very quick heads up on two activities. Ms. Jones in Selskar College was in 'cahoots' with Ms. Kelly in the Faythe and between the two of them organised a D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything and Read) session down in Selskar with Ms. Jones even laying on a bus for our transportation to Selskar by coach. The class then spent an enjoyable hour browsing and enjoying the many genres of literature in Selskar's Library. We marked 'Maths Week' with by measuring and recording dim ...

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    by Mr. Murphy
    Monday, 15 April 2019
  • 'Count the Egg' Winners & Calculators

      Every child left the school today with a Malteser 'Bunny' compliments of our hard working 'Parents' Council' who also provided bags of 'Free Froms' for our pupils with food intolerances. They will take to the streets again this evening with Easter's 'Split the Pot.' Their ever popular 'Guess the number of Eggs' competition was held again this year and after intense scrutiny of the 'Guess Sheets' compiled over the past few days by pupils from Ms. Gahan's and Mr. Murphy's 5th and 6th Classes there proved to be '2 Nearly ...

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    by Mr. Turner
    Friday, 12 April 2019
  • Another famous Faythe first - well done boys!!!

    A massive well done to the Boys' 5-A-Side Soccer Team who won the Wexford section of the FAI Spar Soccer Tournament in Ferrycarrig today. More to follow as they now get ready for the South Leinsters!! Thanks to Mr. Murphy, Joy, Ms. Fitzgerald and those supporters who were able to make it out to support the boys today and to the photographers for their eclectic pictures that appear in the video below. CLICK HERE if you do not see the thumbnail below!     ...

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    by Mr. Turner
    Wednesday, 10 April 2019
  • Country and Transport Project

    Country Project First we got into groups, next we got the tablets and then we researched our country.Ava’s godfather Surken came in to tell us more information about his country. When we got enough information we got posters. We printed out some information and wrote the rest ourselves. Then we stuck it onto our posters. We stuck down pictures as well. We also stuck down our country flag. When we were finished we presented them to the class. Transport Project The transport project was similar to the country projects. Our options were cars, p ...

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    by Ms. Forde
    Monday, 01 April 2019
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    Our logo is a cross and an open pomegranate. The cross is the universal symbol of Christianity. The pomegranate has a strong association with the city of Granada in Spain where our patron, St. John of God, lived. The abundance of seeds in the pomegranate is a reminder of God's endless love for us.

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