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12 Oct

We got a great start to Maths Week in first class by finding 2D shapes in the classroom. Each group got a different shape that they had to search for in the room! Take a look at what we found: We then made some 2D monsters with the new shapes we had learnt about. Take a look at our creations:  

23 Sep

To celebrate European week of sport, all classes took part in a sporting challenge. Below are some of the photos from the Junior Infants challenge.  

8 Jun

Senior Infants and First Class were given a mission! Read about our mission below: First, we designed our boxes! We wrote letters to our future selves describing what we have been doing during these strange times! Our families helped us to create amazing art that shows who we lived with during this time! Finally, we filled our time capsules with artwork, masks, gloves and anything that we used during these weird times to help us! Thanks to parents and families for all of their help to make our time capsules!... 

8 Jun

At the end of May, we read a new book at home. The title of the book is ‘How to Catch a Star’. The author of the book is Oliver Jeffers! He is the person who wrote the book. Have a look at some of the activities we did during the week! Have a look at some of our beautiful star artwork below: We retold the story using pictures: We made plans to catch our own stars!: We did some superstar stuff at home too! (AS USUAL!) Here’s Harley’s bird nest that he found when walking through the woods! 🙂  

4 Jun


8 May

This week, we listened to the story ‘Commotion in the Ocean’ by Giles Andreae. This book was full of lots of short rhymes that told us about all of the creatures that live in the sea! 🐟 🐬 Senior Infants taught their teacher about sea creatures!🐠 🐠 Some children wrote about the shark, one wrote a story about a crab named Buttercup. Miss Conway even got to learn some new information about the big blue whale and the jiggly jellyfish. Miss Conway had a great time learning all of this new information from senior infants. Thanks for teaching... 

29 Apr

This week, Senior Infants were given a ‘magic’ art challenge. For this challenge they needed 2 sheets of kitchen roll and markers. See if you can do it at home! Here are the instructions: Credit: Have a look at some of the amazing artwork made by Dylan and Nevaeh: Nevaeh’s Spring Art Dylan’s Art Another one from Dylan!  

29 Apr

Senior Infants have been sending Miss Conway their fantastic work everyday! They have been reading and writing, solving maths problems and speaking and singing in Irish at home. On top of all of that hard work, our senior infants have found some other ways to have fun at home. Let’s have a look at what they’ve been up! Keeping Busy in the Garden!🌲🌻🌳 Planting beautiful flowers!Helping to plant in the garden!Rhys and his brother Luke working hard in the garden! Creating Amazing Art! 👏  We had caterpillars in our class that turned... 

9 Oct

STEM for Fun with the junior classes started a couple of weeks ago. Here Junior Infants, Senior Infants and 1st Class were brought to the hall each week to work with teachers and parents to engage in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths games and challenges. This is a way for the children to engage in STEM skills in a fun and less formal way. We have been running STEM for Fun in the school for the last 4 year now and is always a favourite with pupils. Throughout the year each class will get a 5 week block of STEM for Fun with thanks to our HSCL, School Completion, teachers and... 

2 May

Humpty Dumpty STEM Experiment   Here in Junior and Senior Infants, we had great fun reciting the Humpty Dumpty rhyme. This got us thinking about how we could help protect Humpty Dumpty from cracking in the future. We decorated our individual Humpty Dumpty’s by using whiteboard markers to draw faces on our hard boiled eggs.     We then placed each Humpty Dumpty into a ziplock bag filled with different materials to cushion Humpty’s fall to see which material would best protect him. Before beginning the experiment, we discussed the different materials we would use to try...