We had a lovely week celebrating Catholic Schools Week. We followed the daily reflections and prayers and enjoyed using the primary classroom resources during the week (link below). On Wednesday we made cards/postcards for our Grandparents thanking them for all they do for us. On Friday we made St. Brigid’s Crosses. The children did a […]
Monthly Archives: January 2023
We are delighted to be back to our music lessons in school after the Christmas holidays. We learn the tin-whistle every week with James Donohue (Junior Room) and Fiona O’Neill (Senior Room). Lisa Quigley teaches the Ukulele in the Junior Room also. We are very proud to be part of Music Generation. Cian Cunniffe comes […]
It was very cold this week and we even got some snow! The ground was very hard and we knew that the poor birds must be very hungry. We brought in stale bread and scones and left them out on the wall for them. We watched from inside our classroom as many different types of […]
There was great excitement in our school today with the arrival of the snow! Our pupils had great fun playing outside together.
This year our Science Blast question is: How Do Broken Bones Heal? Firstly we watched and discussed a video on the human skeleton. We learned that we have 300 bones at birth and 206 when we are fully grown adults. We learned that vitamin D and calcium are very good for our bones. We explored […]
We are working towards our 13th Green Flag. Our theme this time is Global Citizenship – Food and Biodiversity. At the moment we are learning about where our food comes from and our theme is ‘From Farm to Fork’. We are learning about the journey that our food makes from the farm to our plate. […]
We had a lovely afternoon making animals out of clay, inspired by our resident artist, Brendan. We are very lucky to have such a talented SNA in our school. Some pupils made cats, others dogs; there were a few bears also and even a fish. We are going to paint them as soon as they […]