Today the boys and girls in 1st Class completed their Seatbelt Sheriff initiation. Well done everyone!
What a festive day we’ve had. Great efforts today with the children turning up in their Christmas finery for our Christmas Jumper Day! Well done all. Final amount raised will be known on Monday
1st Class had great fun collecting autumn leaves on Thursday and created wonderful leaf rubbings. The old fashioned and simple art is always the best 👍🏼
As it’s SCIENCE WEEK, 1st are doing lots of science experiments in the class throughout the week. This afternoon the children put their hand to making electric circuits. All children managed to get their bulbs to light. Well done.
SCIENCE WEEK1st Class were very lucky to have 3 scientists visit our class today. Sarah (Sadhbh & Caoimhe McKane’s mum), Carol & Cathy were with us this morning to demonstrate a few chemistry, biology & physics experiments. Some members of 2nd class and 3rd class joined in on the f
1st Class recently read Benji Bennett’s book “Before you Sleep”. Here they are displaying their book reviews. This is a beautiful book for young & old with a very special message for all. A recommended read..
Last Friday 1st and 2nd Class went on school tour to Dublin Zoo. A great day was had by all. We were so lucky that the weather was very nice. The children had a guided tour and learned so many new facts about the animals. After the tour was over they went to the Meerkat […]
Throughout April the children of First Class planted a variety of seeds. We watered the seeds and put them outside when the weather was fine. I think you will agree that the results are not bad! Well done to all.
On the 8th of April last First Class had the pleasure of visiting Brú na Bóinne interpretative centre and then the monument at Newgrange. We had a great day and the children learned a lot from their day out. The weather was not great but this did not dampen spirits! A big thank you to […]
This week we have some visitors……. Thanks to Billy from Cockadoodle Doo the children in the school have been given the opportunity to witness first hand the birth of some baby chicks. In junior infants and 1st Class have been place incubators each housing a few eggs. In the coming days t