Form 6.0 has 26 students. Under the careful guidance of Mr. Sweeney these boys can reach both their academic and sporting potential. We will endeavour to carry out the learning processes contained in the curriculum in a friendly, child-centered environment, allowing each student to reach their own particular goals. 6th Class boys are expected to display some independence in their organization of school life.
Weekly Sports Timetable
Monday – Uniform. Rugby after school.
Tuesday – PE wear tracksuit to school. Tennis before school.
Wednesday – Rugby – Wear Tracksuit to School.
Thursday – Uniform.
Friday – Uniform
Saturday – Rugby Fixtures – Check School News – Calendar
Tuesday; PE and Music.
Christmas tests; December 4th to December 8th.
TBC – Tel
TBC – Tel
Welcome to Form 6
Monday – Rugby after school from 2.30pm – 3.45pm (any rugby jersey, shorts and socks).
Tuesday – Tennis at 7.50am – 8.50am (school tracksuit, white polo shirt) PE class.
Wednesday – Rugby after school (usually until 2pm).
Saturday – Rugby at 9.00am in Kenilworth Square (St.Mary’s jersey, white shorts, blue/white socks)
Don’t forget your gumshield and water for all training and rugby sessions and matches.
Spring Term: TBC
Summer Term: TBC
Teams: Saturday 7th of October.
Click here to see teams.
FORM 6 & 6¹ BOOKLIST 2017
Print Version: form-6-booklist-2017docx
|RELIGION||1.Alive – O 8 (Veritas)2.My Confirmation (C.J. Fallon)(Brian Doyle)|
|IRISH||Seo Leat 6 (CJ Fallon)Ag Campáil Leabhar 6 (CJ Fallon)Ceartlitríu 6 ( C J Fallon)|
|ENGLISH||New Wave English in Practice6th Class (Prim-Ed)Spell Well 6 (CJ Fallon)Word Wise (CJ Fallon)|
|Retain dictionary from 5th Class|
|MATHS||Planet Maths 6 (Folens)Master your Maths 6 (C J Fallon)Figure it out 6 (C J Fallon)|
|S.E.S.E.(History, Geography & Science)||Earthlink & Earthlink Activity Book 6 (Folens)Atlas (retain from 5th class)|
|GENERAL||10 x 88 Page copies|
|4 7mm squares Sum Copies (88 page)|
|2 envelope folder (plastic)|
|2 Pencils, 3 Blue Biro, 2 Red Biro, Ruler, Eraser, Pencil Sharpener, Coloured Pencils, Maths instrument set|
*THE SUM OF €35 TO THE OFFICE WITH BOYS NAME ON IT AND CLASS, TOWARDS READING BOOKS AND MATERIALS WILL BE COLLECTED DURING THE FIRST FEW WEEKS OF TERM AFTER ASSESSMENTS HAVE BEEN CARRIED OUT.
Alan Hanna Bookshop, 270 Lwr. Rathmines Road, Dublin 6.
Tel: 4967398 fax: 4960228 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The School Supply Centre Rathfarnham S C 4931059
Rosalins 42 Dunville Ave Ranelagh Dublin 6 Tel: 4972330 Fax 4126563 email@example.com
Greene’s Bookshop Unit 7, 78, Furze Road, Sandford Ind Est D 18 Tel 2938801 Fax 2938803
\ St. Mary’s College Junior School will re-open on Friday
1st September 2017, from 8.55a.m. to 2.30 p.m..
September 14-16 ; Trip to Carlingford Adventure Centre.
November 8th (Tuesday) Confirmation Commitment service in the College chapel. 7.30p.m. Student (in uniform) and at least one parent to attend.
Science Week T.B.C.
November 15th and 17th (Tuesday, Thursday). Parent-teacher Meetingsfor Form 6. Boys go home at 12.10 p.m. both days. Schedule to follow.
November 25th Friday. Cake Sale in aid of St.Vincent de Paul Society.Staff-Meeting : boys go home at 1 p.m.
November 26th Saturday. Junior School Christmas Fair in the Fr. Barry Hall.
December 5th to 9th. 6th Class Exam Week.
6th Class Pre-C0nfirmation on-site Retreat date tbc.
February/March; Lighthouse Programme led by Transition Year leaders.
February 17th. 11.15a.m, Confirmation Service of Light in the college chapel. At least one parent to attend, bringing a white candle. Boys go home after the service. Staff meeting day.
Healthy Living Week.
Confirmation Day tbc – usually a Friday, end of February or early March.
Rugby trip to Wales accompanying the Leinster team. tbc.
Seachtain na Gaeilge.