Third/Fourth Classes

May 14th 2019

Acro Dance Competition

acro dance competition

Acro dance combines classical dance and acrobatic elements. Katie Devanney Reidy from Mrs Healy Donoghue's Third Class takes lessons in acro dance in Elevate Academy of Dance. Katie travelled to Limerick recently to participate in an acro dance competition. She was part of a group and was delighted when they came in third place. Congratulations Katie!


May 14th 2019

Rugby Blitz Wins

Eoghan Mc Namara, Jack Conlon and Aoife Murphy from Mrs Healy Donoghue's Third Class and Hannah Andrews from Ms Murphy's Third Class enjoy playing rugby and are all members of Mullingar Rugby Club.


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Eoghan and Jack recently took part in an U10 All Ireland Rugby Blitz and received medals for finishing in first place.


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Aoife and Hannah recently took part in a Leinster Rugby Blitz. They both played very well and received medals.


May 9th 2019

1Km Run

20190509 120541 - copyAs an 'Active School' we promote health and fitness, both in school and at home, at every opportunity. One great way to keep fit is running. Conor Walsh, Ella May Ferris and Lisa O'Brien from Mrs Healy-Donoghue's Third Class, are all members of Mullingar Harriers Athletics and enjoy running in competitions and for pleasure. Last night, the club held a fundraiser. 20190509 120813 - copyAdult and child members alike were asked to pay a small fee before participating in a run. The adults ran 5Km and the children ran 1Km. Conor, Ella May and Lisa took part and they each won medals. Well done guys. What a great way to spend a Wednesday evening!.


March 29th 2019

Choose Time

The boys and girls in Mrs Gilligan's Fourth Class have been working very hard this term and earning stamps for work well done and good behaviour. They filled their stamp chart and chose a trip to the park as their reward. The weather was perfect today for their trip and as you can see from the photos, a good day was had by all!

choose time - mrs gilligans


March 8th 2019


STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue and critical thinking. The end results are students who take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning, persist in problem-solving, embrace collaboration and work through the creative process. These are the innovators, educators, leaders and learners of the 21st century!

As part of Engineers Week 2019, Mullingar Library opened a STEAM room and very kindly invited our third class students to visit. All they needed was the ability to blow through a straw, play with Lego and an imagination and they were ready to test their engineering skills. As you can see from the photos below, our students were up for the challenge and thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it! One boy, Alan Lobodzinski from Ms Murphy's Class had great fun creating a Lego construction and won a prize for its ingenuity. Well done Alan! Thanks to the team from Mullingar Library for their wonderful welcome and for providing a fun and engaging experience for all!


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