Senior Infants had a wonderful (and LOUD) morning learning how to create samba music.
Junior and Senior Infants had an amazing day in Dublin Zoo yesterday 🙂 We loved learning all about the African Plains from our tour guides and saw lots of animals as we walked around the zoo. We couldn’t see every animal because we had to make time to explore the play area too! We hope [&he
Ms O’Reilly and her class have been so busy lately that they haven’t had a spare second to update you all on all their hard work! We hope you enjoy this little snapshot of the last few months, we’ll have more photos for you to enjoy soon 🙂
January was a busy month for Senior Infants. We explored the theme of the weather in lots of different ways. We made our own jigsaws inspired by the nursery rhyme ‘Twinkle, Twinkle’ We had lots of fun with splatter painting. We created weather collages using old magazines. We also made o
For Science week Senior Infants we focused on the theme of food. We used lemons and baking soda to make bubbly volcanos: all set for our experiment! We followed a recipe for microwave brownies to explore what happens when you mix different ingredients together and apply heat… It was a deliciou
Senior Infants would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We hope Santa brings all the children in our school lots of lovely presents and we look forward to seeing our friends again in the new year. Happy Holidays one and all 🙂
October has been a busy month in Senior Infants! We made our own puppets to help us perform Two Little Dickie Birds – We read We’re Going on a Bear Hunt and used it to inspire our playtime, history and art work. We wrote our own poems as Gaeilge. We set our imagination free for […
We had so much fun making papier macheé bats this month that we decided to use them in our Halloween song performance in the hall! We hope you enjoy our spooky singing 🙂 We also took inspiration from our story A Bat is a Bat and made some bread animals… they were delicious!
All the pumpkin competition entries were amazing this year but we thought Senior Infants did a particularly good job (we might be a little bit biased!)
Earlier this month we had to follow step by step instructions to draw a portrait. Ms O’Reilly was amazed at how well we did! What do you think of our drawings?