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Sensory space at SS Peter and Paul School

For the last few months, SS Peter and Paul JNS have been busy creating a sensory space that can be used and enjoyed by all their students. Sensory spaces can improve skills such as balance and hand-eye coordination, but they can also be used purely as a fun treat! That is what the staff wanted to achieve, so one of their talented teachers, Mrs Heffernan, together with their fantastic Student Council, brainstormed ideas on how to create such a space.They decided to transform a plain, white hallway into a Jungle themed sensory corridor. The Student Council, which is comprised of students from Junior Infants up to Second Class, came up with the idea of the Jungle theme. They wanted the area to become more colourful and child friendly so firstly the doors were painted 4

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in bright, vibrant colours. By doing so it enables the children to easily identify the location of the various classrooms in the school. Sensory equipment was then added such as dome mirrors, a bubble lamp and fine motor wooden games. They then set about transforming the bare walls. Local artist Alison O Grady sketched and painted the jungle scene onto the walls, then both herself and Mrs Heffernan painted lots of jungle creatures to bring the scene to life. The last task was to create a sensory pathway on the floor. Local company “Retink Graphics” printed and installed the design, which again has a jungle theme to it. The sensory pathway incorporates a range of gross motor activities

that enables the students to get moving whilst also having fun.Once completed, they had an official opening of their new sensory space on Monday 17th June. Representatives from the Local Council, Board of Management, Parents Association, St Molagas, members of the Student Council and the staff were all in attendance. The Principal, Ms Whelan, thanked everyone for coming and thanked Mrs Heffernan and the Student Council for all their hard work. The only thing left to do was for Mrs Heffernan to cut the ribbon, which she gladly did and welcomed everyone in to the “Jungle” to explore it for themselves! It is hoped their new Sensory Corridor will capture the imaginations of all current and future students in the years ahead. Contact us: communitylocals@gmail.com


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Fingal County Council Appointed as Airport Noise Authority Fingal County Council has been appointed as the Competent Authority for the purposes of aircraft noise regulation at Dublin Airport by the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross, TD. The Council received formal notice of its appointment today and will now proceed to establish the Aircraft Noise Competent Authority. Following the signing of the Aircraft Noise (Dublin Airport) Regulation Act 2019 into law on May 22 by the President of Ireland, Michael D Higgins, Part 1 of the Act has now been commenced which allows Fingal County Council to proceed with the formal establishment of the Authority. The remaining sections of the Act are not yet commenced. The Interim Chief Executive of Fingal County Council, AnnMarie Farrelly, said: “Fingal County Council has a track record of performing the role of competent authority in areas such as planning and environment and does so in an independent and transparent way. Appointment as the competent authority for Aircraft Noise Regulation is no different and all necessary specialist expertise will be assigned to the role. The Aircraft Noise Competent Authority is required to operate within the parameters of the relevant European and Irish legislation in carrying out its mandate to regulate aircraft noise at Dublin Airport.�

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Things to do on

summer holidays…..

With 9 weeks of no school looming, it’s time to start thinking about how to fill those weeks!!!! On mams.ie we have a whole section of activity ideas for rainy days and sunny days. First up, the beach. Pack a picnic, bring some toys and off you go! A clever tip is to collect seashells and stones in sandcastle buckets to bring home. The children can wash, dry and paint them (do this on a rainy day with some newspaper set down). Once the colourful shells & stones are dried, pop in a colourful tumbler and hey presto, gift for Granny! When the weather is good, we like Viking Splash Tours, Irish National Stud Kildare and Glasnevin Cemetery. The Glasnevin tours are surprisingly interesting. They have some wonderful stories such as the person who was buried twice! Great for the whole family and there is a nice café on site too. For days when the weather is not so good Wax Museum and Dublinia are excellent indoor Contact us: communitylocals@gmail.com

activities. Funtasia Waterpark has bowling, skywalk (for brave kids & adults!), play zones for smaller kids and of course, the waterpark. All indoors. Keep an eye on their FB & website for offers. The cinema is a good for rainy days. Look out for family offers and deals, e.g. Arc Cinema has a fantastic family deal for 2 adults & 2 children (or 1 adult, 3 kids), with movie tickets, popcorn, drinks & sweets for €39.95. If you are looking for a family break, Fota Island Resort in Cork is wonderful. As well as the hotel, there are holiday lodges for family stays. There’s a fairy wood, kids club, pool and host of family activities. Fota Wildlife Park, beside it, is a wonderful day out. And Cobh is close by with Spike Island and Escapade Cobh escape room – really good fun! For breaks on the East coast, The Village Hotel Bettystown has a great family offer running this summer. 2 nights for 2 adults & 2

children with B&B and one dinner is €335 and families can access the local pool too. Or make the most of the wonderful beaches and go for a dip in the sea! And don’t forget The Fleadh from 11-17th August in Drogheda! If you are thinking of summer camps, we’ve found 2 quirky ones! Starcamp.ie is about fun and building confidence in children, with camps in Balbriggan, Skerries, Donabate & lots locations in Dublin. We really like Bricks4Kidz camps. Kids do STEM learning through Lego but they don’t know that! They’re just having fun! For inquiries, contact Steve Rees srees@ bricks4kidz.com Please remember to log onto www.mams.ie and https://www.facebook.com/mams.ireland where we have competitions for family passes to Wax Museum, Fort Lucan, Irish National Stud, Funtasia and lots more to come! Any questions, please contact siobhan@mumstown.ie

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Launch of Fingal Libraries’ Summer Stars Fingal Libraries launched its annual Summer Stars Reading programme on Saturday 15th June with a fun performance for all the family by Reuben the Entertainer at Blanchardstown Library. Summer Stars is an exciting, reading-based programme available free of charge to all children across the country. It will run in all Fingal libraries until 31st of August with the ultimate goal of encouraging reading during the summer holidays. All children are invited to register for the summer reading challenge with rewards and incentives along the way and a grand finale event at the end for all participants.As part of the programme, a range of children’s events will be held in Fingal libraries during the summer to suit all interests – including author visits, technology workshops, creative writing, music, arts and crafts and magic shows and lots more, so do not miss it! County Librarian, Betty Boardman, comments: “The Summer Stars Reading Programme is a fun way to keep children reading over the school holidays. Library staff have organised a great selection of events to tie in with the Programme which will keep children occupied whatever the weather.” For details of activities and events, please pick up a copy of Fingal Libraries’ summer brochure at your local library or view it online at Fingal Libraries’ website.You can also keep up to date with summer stars’

Flemington, Balbriggan represent Fingal in 2019 Pride of Place The Annual IPB Pride of Place competition is about to kick off in earnest and Fingal will be represented this year by the communities of Whitestown in Dublin15 and Flemington in Balbriggan, and the Hide Sculpture project at Rogerstown in North County Dublin. Pride of Place is an All-Ireland Competition which showcases the best in community development and achievement on the island. The competition is organised by Co-operation Ireland and it is open to every local Authority, north and south, to nominate groups to represent their county. In 2018 Fingal County Council had two winners in the Competition finals, held in Cork City Hall, when Corduff won the overall prize for Urban Neighbourhood and Baldoyle took the runners-up prize in the Coastal Communities category. This year, the Whitestown Estate Management group in Blakestown, in Dublin 15 is entered in the Housing Estates category. This hard-working local group is the representative body for the Whitestown Estate. The group has recently embarked on an ambitious community arboretum project to remember deceased members of the local community within the estate. The Flemington neighbourhood of Balbriggan is one of the youngest and most culturally diverse urban areas in Fingal. This entry will focus on new emerging communities with youth and 8

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ethnic diversity to the forefront. Flemington played a crucial role in the recent Our Balbriggan consultation and is entered in the Urban Neighbourhoods category. The Hide Sculpture and Rogerstown Park is entered in the Creative Place category. The Hide Sculpture is a permanent

large-scale work on a former landfill site, which provides the local communities of Lusk, Rush and Rogerstown with a space for reflection, education and nature observation. The project was created with a local artist as part of Fingal County Council’s Public Arts Programme. Contact us: communitylocals@gmail.com


Pets Corner

How to ‘cat-proof’ your furniture and keep it scratch free! Claw marks on your new sofa? Pulls in your lavish rug? Cats scratch to keep their claws sharp and to mark their territory - it’s in their nature. However, having a pet doesn’t mean sacrificing your decor, which is why we’ve compiled this handy guide for keeping your furniture scratch-free! You can’t stop cats from scratching.Unfortunately, as pet parents we have to come to terms with the fact that our cats are always going to scratch. Besides, it’s good for their muscle development! Clawing your furniture is also your cat’s way of feeling safe and at home, so you should work with your cat’s natural instincts to establish ‘scratch zones’ in your home. For example, if your cat is repeatedly scratching a particular piece of furniture then try placing a cat scratcher near that item and move your cat to the scratcher whenever they start plucking.Find the purr-fect match.Make sure your furry friend’s favourite scratching place is not your sofa by finding the post that suits them best.Firstly, cats like the post to be tall enough for them to stretch out completely, standing as tall as they can be.Secondly, make sure the post is stable and secure. A wobbly post will leave your feline friend feeling unsafe, leading them straight back to your lovely sofa!And third, make sure it is the material is scratch-able. Try a seagrass or a jute rope based post.Placement is key.After you’ve purchased the purr-fect post, you need to find the best place for it. Never place a scratcher in a place that is too out of the way, as your cat will never use it! Instead, place scratchers in areas that are normally used by you, such as next to the sofa or near the computer.Make the post invitingAt first your feline may not be too interested in their new toy. Be patient, it’ll take some encouragement to make the scratcher more appealing than your furniture. Try using catnip to grab your feline’s attention. You could also dangle a toy in front of the post. Cats generally don’t respond well to punishment, so instead of scolding your cat when it scratches your furniture, try using a firm ‘no’ then gently move them towards the post instead. Eventually, they will understand that this is the correct place to scratch. You could even show your furry friend how to use the post - this sounds silly, but it works.

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Application Lodged for the proposed new Broadway Way Fingal County Council has lodged an application with An Bord Pleanala for planning consent for the Broadmeadow Way, a proposed new walking and cycling greenway route of approximately 6km in length between Malahide Demesne and Newbridge Demesne in Donabate. The proposed development will run across the Malahide Estuary adjacent to the mainline railway viaduct and will, if approved, provide an iconic route for walkers and cyclists of all abilities and ages to enjoy this stunning coastal route.It is expected that it will ultimately connect with the proposed Fingal Coastal Way, a 32km high quality, recreational stretch of greenway connecting Donabate, Rush, Skerries, Ardgillan Castle, Balbriggan and Bremore Castle. Mayor of Fingal Cllr Anthony Lavin said: “I am delighted to see that this project is progressing and that an application has been lodged with An Bord Pleanala. It is one of the projects that I, along with my fellow councillors in Malahide and Donabate in particular, have been pushing for, and it is great to see it moving forward. This piece of greenway infrastructure will provide considerable benefits not just for tourists visiting the area but also immeasurable quality of life benefits for residents.”Interim Chief Executive AnnMarie Farrelly: “This scheme will bring huge benefits to the communities along the route and provide a destination greenway for visitors to the area also.”

€283,811 funding for childcare providers will boost available places – Reilly New funding of €283, 811 will lead to the creation of additional childcare places in Fingal, a Fine Gael Senator has said. Children’s Minister Katherine Zappone has announced a total of €6.25m in capital funding to providers of Early Learning and Care and School Age Childcare this summer. Nationally this will lead to an increase of more than 3,600 childcare places for children up to age 15. Senator James Rreilly said, “This funding will lead to additional places for children aged 0-3 years, as well as new school age childcare places, locally. This investment is a welcome boost for parents in the county and another step towards nationwide affordable childcare provision, something that Fine Gael has prioritised.Affordable and accessible childcare is something that the Fine Gael-led Government has been striving to achieve.Our Independent colleague, Minister Zappone, has been driving improvements in the childcare sector and will continue to do so.”The Senator said

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“Parents and children deserve access to high-quality, affordable childcare that will allow families to choose the type of work and home-life that best suits their needs. This capital funding will also provide grants for fire safety improvements for community-owned services.The funding decisions have been made following a competitive application process and I would like to congratulate the providers who have been successful.” Announcing the money, Children’s Minister Ms Zappone said: “Quality accessible affordable childcare requires investment. The funding being announced today will translate into over 3,600 new and extra spaces for children up to the age of 15. It is another step as we seek to address the decades of under-investment and neglect by successive governments. Overall Government investment in early learning and care has jumped 117% since 2015.” Pobal have begun notifying all applicants of the outcomes of the capital decisions.

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(in a food processor/blender): 2 tablespoons soy sauce, 2 tablespoons rice wine vinegar, 30mls extra virgin olive oil, 1 teaspoon minced garlic, 2 teaspoons minced fresh ginger, 1 tablespoon sesame seeds.

Method 1.Prepare and chop the salad ingredients and make the dressing as directed above. 2.Cook prawns as per instructions on food label. 3.Marinate prawns in the salad dressing as you assemble the other chopped salad

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This year’s Ladies ‘Get Into Golf ’ Programme is finished and what an amazing success our promotion of Ladies Golf has been. Ladies Vice Captain Breegen said she is delighted to report that all 18 Ladies are thoroughly enjoying the golf experience here in Balbriggan.

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