We listened to the Elephant March from the Carnival of the Animals by Saint-Saens in room 5 and then we danced to it with our partners. Look at our elephant trunks!!
Junior Infants are working so hard in Room 4 and we have made lots of new friends in school. We have settled in so well over the past few weeks. We love playing together and sharing our toys during playtime.
Look at our new Junior Infants enjoying lots of different activities every morning. They like to build things, play in the home corner, read books and do jigsaws!
We are great artists in Junior Infants. We enjoy using our imagination to help us create all sorts of artwork. This year we have made clay monsters, collage fish, pointillism flowers and much more! Our classroom is lovely and colourful thanks to all our creations on display. Check out some of our artwork below… ” […]
This week, Ms Mc Inerney’s class took advantage of the good weather and brought their learning outside. We used chalk to practise our writing, draw pictures and create games in the yard. We also learned how to lay out the game of Hopscotch- practising our numbers along the way. Check out the pictures below! ” […]
Ms Mc Inerney’s Junior Infants love music. Over the past few weeks we have been listening to The Carnival of the Animals by the composer Saint-Saëns. Our favourite movement is The Elephant. Our music teacher Rachael even brought us in elephant trunks to help us get into the elephant groove! Check us out below waltzing around the classroom […]
Both Ms Mc Inerney’s Junior Infants and Ms O’ Shea’s 3rd Class have been reading to each other all year. Every few weeks the reading buddies meet up to share a story or two with each other. The Junior Infants have thoroughly enjoyed being read to by their older buddies. Similarly, the older girls have […]