Our new library looks better every day. This week we saw the arrival of our couches. The children clearly approve! Second class were very comfortable during their library visit!
Our caterpillars have hatched and have changed into beautiful ‘Painted Lady’ butterflies. They have been living in our classroom for the last two days. We had fun looking after them and making nectar to feed them. We said goodbye and released them today!
Senior Infants and 6th class finished up the reading Buddies programme! We had a party to celebrate! We watched a movie together and had some popcorn and strawberries! Senior Infants love to dance! They practiced their favourite GoNoodle dance so they could show 6th class their dance moves! They decided to drag their buddies up […]
We had so much fun listening to stories and learning what school was like when our grandparents were young. It’s safe to say we definitely prefer school now to years ago. Thanks to all you lovely grandparents who came in Emma’s nana Kathleen, Kaelin’s grandad Tony and to Abbey’s Nana Rita and Grandad Eamonn who […]
We have been very busy looking at the Orchestra in OLOC over the past few weeks. We were very lucky that James Cavanagh of the Royal Irish Academy of Music heard that we were such a fantastic school that he chose to bring two different groups out to see us. Last week he […]
In 5th class we have been busy learning about nature. The children have grown parsley, mint and basil and we have been looking after our very own Venus Fly Trap! Our caterpillars have gone into their chrysalis (cocoon) and we are waiting for them to hatch any day now!
For the last couple of weeks Art Club have been learning about line and shape. We took at look at the Spanish artist Joan Miro and explored how he used line and shape to create weird and wonderful creatures. We had a go at creating our own Miro inspired creatures. […]
Some of the children form the Green Schools Committee visited Ikea recently to buy recycling bins for all the classrooms. They had a great laugh at Jenny and Emma who kept losing count of the bins!! It was hungry and thirsty work wheeling the heavy trolly. A cuppa and a bit of cake was well […]