Junior Infants have been very busy the last few weeks in school. They had lots of fun in Aistear where they got to work in groups in the role play area, arts and crafts, small world and construction area. Take a look at some photos from Junior Infants.
Second class were learning all about tens and units today!
Tricia’s class had great fun being scientists today, we mixed cornflour with different liquids to see what happened!!
We have been learning all about homes in 1st class. We have learned about the different types of homes the children live in and also about homes in the past. we learned about thatched cottages in Ireland and made our own version today for art. The children did a great job.
Roisin and Angela’s classes had an excellent time at the Teddy Bears Picnic. Our teddy bears loved it too! We listened to “Oh, The Places You’ll Go” by Dr. Seuss and ate some delicious fruit and buns.
Senior Infants/First Class have been very busy this week. We started the Fit4Class, a programme designed to introduce Athletics to children in a very fun way. This week the children were human cars traveling at top speed avoiding cones… We learned all about school in Aistear, sequenced our daily activities in SPHE and played maths […]
Another action packed week of learning this week in 3rd class! In the garden welanted 3 varieties of grass in our school garden, now we have to look after them well and help them grow. We are really loving football skills every Thursday too, the children’s skills are really developing…watch out Croke Park here we […]
We had a full house at our Parents’ Committee AGM. We said goodbye to our current committee after 3 great years. We now welcome Kathy, Rosemary, Jenny, Vera, Alex and John.
Library News Here are the top 10 books borrowed from the library 1. The Savage Stone Age magazines 2. Lego Star Wars 3. Where’s Wally? 4. Football Record Breakers 5. Everything’s Amazing (sort Of) 6. Dork Diaries how to be a dork 7. Party Time 8. Lego super heroes 9. Diary of W-Kid Hard Luck […]
Today some members of the victorious Carlow Camogie team came into our school to show us the fantastic cup they won when they beat Armagh to win the Premier Junior All Ireland camogie championship. It was a special visit as Jamie’s mam Mairead was one of the players on the team. A massive congratulations to […]