Mrs. O' Connor
Mrs. O' Connor
3rd Class Mrs. O’Connor
There are lots hardworking boys in third class. You will find us upstairs in Room 20.
Our class is full of interesting, talented, creative, athletic and humorous personalities.
Each day we try our best to be the best that we can be!
Teacher: Mrs. O’ Connor
Bio: My name is Dearbhla O’Connor and I have been teaching in Mount Sion Primary School for almost ten years now.
I am lucky enough this year to be teaching the wonderful boys in third class and I am thoroughly enjoying it. Each and every day is different with new and varying challenges and achievements. There is never a dull day in Room 20, that is one thing for sure!
The boys in Mount Sion Primary are talented in many ways. The Student Council organised 'The Voice of Mount Sion' event again this year. Well done to all of the participants from round 1 to the final. We are so impressed with the ability and confidence of all entrants. Here is a short video of the 8 finalists. We would like to thank the Student Council for a successful and well organised event. Everybody involved deserves a big 'Bualadh bos'! Click read more to watch the final
Today was a fantastic day for our senior classes. Not only did our sixth class have a history walk, both 6th and 5th classes had the most interesting learning experience in the beautiful surrounds of the Ship Room of the Monastery! Both classes have been studying the life of an inspirational young Pakistani girl named Malala Yousafzai, a young girl shot by the Taliban for championing the right to equality and education for all. In conjunction with this learning, Ms McGailey arranged for both classes to get a lecture from Pakistani native, our own Brother Kevin from the Edmund Rice Centre. He delivered a most interesting presentation on his homeland which had the boys engrossed. He then introduced us to two modern day heroes from Afghanistan, Homayoon and Quadratullah. These two men are former workers with our own NGO, Concern and they spent much time trying to bring education to the children of their homeland, sometimes in the face of the most extraordinary dangers. They lost many colleagues and friends and their work and heroism really struck a chord with the boys. Thank you to Brother Kevin and his colleagues for a most enriching learning experience! It is something that I am sure will have had a most positive impact on the boys.