Only 13% of Dublin schools have an Active Flag awarded to them. D&ET is privileged to not only have one, but to have it renewed. This week, we gathered in the yard, when Dublin Camogie star, Arlene, raised our new flag.
This one is a deeper blue, so should take longer than the previous to fade.
6th Class led in their final dance routine, before graduating on Monday next.
Who will be there in the future to provide such dance moves?
Thanks to Padraig for coordinating the Active Flag Committee.
Indicate if you are turning
Even if you are only learning
Green means Go
So now you know
Don’t ever drink and drive
If you want to stay alive
Be safe on the road
Or you’ll be like a flattened toad
Traffic stops at a red light
So you won’t become a grim sight
If you stay bright
You’ll cross with delight
If you cross the road at a bend
Your cuts and bruises may never mend
Don not cross at a bend
Or that may be for you the end
Wishing flags done in the GP Room. Children reflect on their own wishes for the future, for the world, for themselves.
Reflection installation: a chain of mirrors, reflecting each child’s personal mark.
Willow Weaving: A temporary playground in Great Western Square, made for, and by D7Et children.
Girls school basketball team celebrating their two victories out of four in the annual Dublin basketball tournament