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June 28th 2018

A Day by the Sea

 

The boys and girls in Mrs Granahan's Senior Infant Class have had a busy few weeks preparing for their summer play. Lines have been learned, songs rehearsed and dance moves practised for this eagerly awaited performance. The hall has been decorated with the children's artwork and the invitations have been sent.

This morning at 11am, parents, family and friends gathered in the school hall. The play included toe tapping tunes like 'Henry the crab' and 'Oh I do like to be beside the seaside' and if the clapping and cheering at the end of the performance was anything to go by, this wonderful summer play was enjoyed by all and a great end to the school year!


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Mrs Granahan and the children would like to thank Linda for the wonderful seaside themed cake she brought in. They will enjoy eating that!

 

June 27th 2018

Goodbye to Sixth Class

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a fond farewellAs the summer holidays approach, the time comes to say a fond farewell to our sixth class students, most of whom have been with us for the last eight years.



Last night, friends and family were invited to an end of year Mass in St Paul's Church to celebrate their lives thus far and to wish them well as they move on to secondary school and new adventures. Many of the sixth class pupils took part in the Mass and the music was supplied by the school choir. Afterwards everyone returned to the school for refreshments. As an extra special treat, Mrs Garvey also arranged for an ice cream van to visit the school. The evening ended with everyone enjoying ice cream outside on a wonderful summer day. 


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This morning a very excited bunch arrived in school ready for their last day. After having lunch in town, it came time to say their goodbyes. The children are moving to pastures new and we wish them great success in everything they do.


Go n-éirí an bóthar libh.

 

June 21st 2018

Maths Trail for Junior Infants


The boys and girls in Mrs Gavin's Junior Infant Class love Maths! But, when Mrs Gavin set the children a Maths Trail challenge they asked for help from their friends in Ms Mc Loughlin's Second Class. The children divided up into mixed groups and set about answering the questions in the Maths Trail booklet. They began the challenge indoors and later moved outside to finish up. Friendships were forged, questions were answered and good fun was had by all!


maths trail for junior infants

 

June 21st 2018

Maths Trail for Junior Infants

 

The boys and girls in Mrs Gavin's Junior Infant Class love Maths! But, when Mrs Gavin set the children a Maths Trail challenge they asked for help from their friends in Ms Mc Loughlin's Second Class. The children divided up into mixed groups and set about answering the questions in the Maths Trail booklet. They began the challenge indoors and later moved outside to finish up. Friendships were forged, questions were answered and good fun was had by all!


maths trail for junior infants

 

June 20th 2018

Wood Sculpture in Belvedere

 

Our third class students travelled to Belvedere House and Gardens today to see a very special wood sculpture in the making. The work is being carried out by local wood carver and carpenter Mr Richie Clarke. Richie is father to Emily Rose from Mrs Connaughton's Sixth Class and Anna from Mrs Fagan's/Mrs Brennan's Second Class. Richie is currently transforming a large oak stump into King Malachy. As you can imagine the children were super excited and impressed by Richie's work and had many questions for him. He very patiently answered every question. The children would like to thank Richie for taking time away from his creation to talk to them. Don't forget to look out for the finished sculpture when you visit Belvedere over the Summer holidays.


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