Friendship Week Starts!

This week is the start of Friendship Week at Trinity Primary School. We have lots of great activities planned throughout the week including introducing our new friendship rap and handshake! Keep your eyes peeled for more updates throughout the week!

Easter Rising Display

Easter Rising-6th class campus 2 have been learning about the 1916 Rising. In groups they created this display to show what they have learned. As well as learning about the Rising they also learned about teamwork, collaboration, problem solving and…

Incoming Junior Infants

OUR EXCITED JUNIOR INFANTS 21/22 🥳 Check out our incoming Junior Infants 21/22 happily engaging in the first week of their Induction Programme 'Get Ready with Teddy'. This week they read through a book entitled 'My new School' which will…

Wiz Kidz

Wiz Kidz Preschool at Campus 2 are now enrolling for September. Children born between 1 January 2017 - 31 December 2018 are eligible for the ECCE scheme which operates from 9-12pm, 5 days a week, 38 weeks of the year.…

Teacher Artist Partnership

Teacher Artist Partnership 2021 🏼 We are delighted to be part of this new project with Galway Education Centre. It will be delivered over Zoom this term. We met our TAP artist Catherine Sheridan today. Looking forward to lots of creativity,…

Back to School

What a memorable day here in TPS..........welcoming such fabulous children back to where they belong......in school! Their happiness matches the blue skies above  Here is hoping these positive pictures symbolise the beginning of 'the end' of remote learning for the rest…

Fit Kit

Fit Kit launched

EXCITING NEWS!!! It is finally time to launch our “FIT KIT” which was designed and produced by the sixth class students of Trinity Primary School as part of the Junior Entrepreneur Programme. This programme involved all facets of our school…

The Burning of Tuam 1920

This essay is the combined work and research of 110 boys and girls in the 6th classes in Trinity Primary School. All of their work and research was completed by Distance Learning on Google Classroom. In the course of their research, the children have learned so much from their families, parents, grandparents and friends about the War of Independence and in particular the Burning of Tuam in 1920 which will have its centenary in July of this year. We acknowledge the assistance of Dr Jarlath Deignan and past pupil, Martin O’Donoghue for all their assistance in researching this historical event. This essay has been entered in the Department of Education and Skills Decade of Centenaries Schools Irish History Competition for Primary schools. Many thanks to Bernie Hannon and John Mulrooney for taking the photographs for the presentation.