This Tuesday 24th of March all parents are welcome to attend the knitting exhibition between 11 and 12.00pm. The children have created some beautiful woollen creations with Sr Nora and her knitting team, which will be on display and there will be tea and coffee available also.
Well done to 3rd and 4th Class who were finalists at the Student Theatre Awards. The class had a fantastic day out at the Bord Gáis and are very proud of their achievement and beautiful plaque!
The school will be closing at 12pm Friday the 27th March 2015 and reopening Monday 13th of April 2015 for the Easter holidays.
We thoroughly enjoyed our Lá Glas which was held on Monday the 16th of March for Seachtain na Gaeilge. We had great fun singing and dancing at the Céilí, in addition to dressing in green to celebrate the day. Bhi craic agus ceoil againn!
We learned the number zero.
In January, we learned about 2-D and 3-D shapes. The children made shape patterns and shape pictures.
The children were busy making patterns in December. Check out their fantastic work!
We read the Irish Legend ‘The Children of Lir’. Afterwards, the class made plah-doh images of their favourite part.
The children made the number 4 with play-doh
We’re getting big now!
Experiment to show water travels from roots to leaves
The children were busy in September settling into their new class. In the photographs you can see the children developing their fine motor skills, sorting, making letters with play doh and drawing self-portraits!
Very proud of their work!
Our 3rd and 4th Class students were short-listed for the Bord Gáis Student Theatre Awards for their performance in ‘ Cinderella and Rockerfella’. We wish them the best of luck on Wednesday the 4th of March when they attend the awards ceremony at the Bord Gáis!
This Wednesday (4th March) at 6pm, our school artist Brendan will host an exhibition of the parents’ amazing art work in the school hall. You are all welcome to attend !
On the 10th of February, 3rd and 4th Class visited the Viking exhibition at the National Museum which linked in nicely with their history topic ‘ The Vikings.’ At the centre of the exhibition is a display of finds from the Museum’s Dublin excavations, carried out between 1962 and 1981. This represents the finest collection of excavation finds from an early medieval urban centre anywhere in Europe.
After the exhibition they attended a workshop in the museum where they had the opportunity to investigate a Viking treasure chest to discover Viking ropes, coins, amber and even a sword!