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Junior Infants Rm 3 (22/3/19)

We had another birthday in our class this week! Today our Student of the week assembly performance was a great success! We all enjoyed saying our rhymes and singing our song for everyone. We wrote in our news copy about it. Check out our work below. We practised a lot for our performance, we hope […]

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World Down Syndrome Day in 2nd Class

In Our Lady of Consolation, we pride ourselves in our warm, inclusive school environment. In keeping with this, 2nd Class have been doing a lot of work leading up to today, World Down Syndrome Day, 2019. They have listened to, discussed and read beautiful books about diversity, they have been learning sign language since September, […]

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Rock your socks in room 9

Today is world Down Syndrome day so today we ‘rocked our socks’ and wore odd socks to school. We learned today how everyone is unique and how no two people are the same. Everyone is their own person and different in their own way.

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Junior Infants Rm 3 (15/3/19)

We celebrated St Patrick’s day with our own parade and Céilí today. Check out our fantastic dancing with the older girls. This week we did PE outside and the draw of the playground was strong so we had 5 mins to play at the end of the lesson! We started reverse integration this week. One […]

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Comhaltas Sean Treacy

Some amazing musicians from Comhaltas Sean Treacy came in to entertain us as part of our Seachtain na Gaeilge celebrations. Third Class were very proud to play a tune on their tin whistles and were delighted when the musicians accompanied them. The girls from Third Class have only been learning the tin whistle with the […]

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Seachtain na Gaeilge

To celebrate st Patrick’s Day on Sunday and the end of seachtain na gaeilge we had a fantastic céilí together. The senior classes danced with the junior classes and we ended the day with a little concert from Craobh Sean Tracey. They showed us some of the instruments they play and both the senior girls […]

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