Room 17, Fifth Class welcomed their families into the parents room today for a hands on cookery demonstration. The beautiful aromas wafted down the corridor as the children showed off their culinary skills. Here are the recipes so you can make this delicious food at home yourself!
We have been having great fun in second class learning the operation transformation dance: it’s your move. We practised the tutorials in January and February and now we are enjoying doing the dance for excercise and fun :-).
In second class, we used our hand prints to create lovely flowers for our Mums and Nannies. Some of us made a vase for them and some of us wrapped them in a bow.
The school will be closed on Wednesday 28th Feb, Thursday 1st March and Friday 2nd March. We will reopen on Monday 5th March.
We had great fun being active in room 12 last week as we practised a mixture of skills- ball skills, gymnastics, athletics and games. Have a look at how well we did!
Recently we celebrated a very special anniversary in Stanhope Street Primary School- 150 years educating young minds in our school! We prepared a special celebration to include both adults and pupils illustrating the positive atmosphere and fantastic learning environment of our school through the years. Sr Mary Kernan welcomed all our invited guests, Sr […]
Sixth class enjoyed a trip to the Central Bank recently as part of the Junior Achievement Recognition Ceremony. We were very proud of four of our classmates who presented a project on their work in front of a room full of Central Bank Staff volunteers. The children were also very lucky to have the opportunity […]
Junior infants, senior infants and first classes enjoyed a magnificent puppet show based on the fairytale, ‘Little Red Riding Hood’. It was funny and the puppets really brought the story to life. The moral of the story was ‘Do not talk to strangers!’. The children really understood the message and enjoyed the performance at the […]
We enjoyed a lovely healthy breakfast on Thursday. We had Rice Krispies / Cornflakes and orange juice whilst we chatted and listened to music. This was a lovely treat as we had received lots of compliments from adults around the school over the past few months.