Halloween Rugby Artist Trading Cards - The children have been working very hard making artworks based on a different theme every week - Collage, Night-Time, Autumn, Patterns and Halloween. Maths Week - The children really enjoyed doing lots of maths activities during Maths Week including surveys of their favourite snacks, pets, fruit, colours and worst fears! Croke Park - The children did a great job supporting our senior boys GAA team
The junior infants had great fun this week painting with 6th class, making chocolate apples, going on a Halloween Hunt, looking for the ring in the Brack and singing Halloween songs. We had a brilliant day today and loved our first dress up and party day. Happy Halloween Everyone ! 🎃
In September Ms. McDonnell's class were learning all about homes. We played in the home corner, built houses with Lego and played with the dolls houses. In October we learned about school and autumn and we went on an autumn hunt. Take a look at some of the fun we've had!
Last Thursday, our girls football team played against an outstanding Gaelscoil Naomh Phádraig team in the Corn Neasáin semi-final. It was a really intense, high quality match between two brilliant teams but unfortunately the luck was not on our side as we lost by the heart-breaking margin of just a single point in a scoreline of 4-4 to 3-6. The girls were absolutely devastated after the match but they should be so proud of their performance and the fighting spirit they showe
The Gaelic Football season has been absolutely hectic since the start of the school year! The girls and boys have trained really hard and both teams have made it to their respective semi-finals out of 20 schools in both competitions. Here are a few photos from the quarter-finals. The girls play their semi-final against Gaelscoil Naomh Phádraig on Wednesday and the boys play their semi-final against Gaelscoil na Giúise on Thursday. Specific time and venue details to be confirm
Ms Leonard's junior infants are learning about people that help us in school. Today we visited Mr Kelly the principal, Ms Chambers the deputy principal and Marian the secretary. We also had great fun in the school garden.
Dot Day is named for the classic Peter H. Reynolds storybook The Dot. The book shares the story of a girl who begins a journey of self-discovery after a caring teacher challenges her to “make her mark.” International Dot Day is celebrated by adults and children for boosting courage so that their creative potential is released. It is a great day to connect and collaborate, and also to celebrate self-expression. Junior Infants and 6th class got together to create our own 'dot'
We have been having great fun doing lots of fine motor activities to strengthen our fingers ready for writing. Our Aistear theme is 'Home' so we have been playing in the home corner, furnishing the doll's houses, building homes with construction toys and washing the dishes in water play. We have also been learning how to match, sort and count. Our oral language theme is 'Myself' and we have been naming the parts of the body in English and Irish and learning lots of songs and