On Friday mornings we are allowed to choose who we play with and what we play with. The polydrons and the dress-up box are always popular choices!!
Fourth class couldn’t believe their luck when they discovered they were beginning touch typing on electric typewriters. After only three weeks they are proving to be highly competent touch typists.
Senior Infants have been learning about the properties and characteristics of different materials. On Tuesday we went on a Materials Trail to find things in our school environment which are made out of wood, plastic, paper, glass and metal.
Third class students celebrated Lá Glás on 16th March with a Céilí Mór! There was plenty of craic agus ceol and some fabulous cailíní ag damhsa!
Ms Carey’s first class gathered 20 feathers on their compliment chart and to celebrate we had a fruit salad party with a twist. We tried fruits we knew and liked and some fruits we had never tasted before. We tasted mango, pineapple, watermelon, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, kiwi and pomegranate. Of course the twist was marshmallows and hot […]
Second Class students have been practising mindfulness all year and are really perfecting the skill of being still and present in the middle of their busy days.
On the 16th of March we celebrated St. Patrick’s Day and the end of Seachtain na Gaeilge with a concert in our school hall. Everyone dressed up in green for the occasion which really helped us to get into the spirit of things! Each class took to the stage to sing a song or two […]
We spent our Friday GAA lesson learning how to throw and catch, kick and catch and the hand pass! Watch out Croke Park!
We had a lovely day today at our confirmation. The weather stayed dry and we celebrated together with our families and friends. The school choir did a fantastic job singing the hymns for our special day!
Free Writing in Senior Infants has improved so much! Have a look at our wonderful work!