Lego club is up and running in Senior Infants. We are working as engineers, suppliers and architects. We loved our weekly challenge and both groups managed to save our Legoman. Can’t wait for week 2!
Tomorrow is Rainbow Day – which is being held in memory of our friend Evie. Children are asked to wear bright colours and to bring in €2 or a donation of their choice. The Parents Association are Fundraising for Evie’s Rainbow Garden. You may have noticed the bright metal flowers and rainbow at the front […]
We had a lovely day today celebrating Valentine’s Day! Have a look at some of our pictures! (more…)
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Today there was a protest outside the Dáil that two girls from out class attended with other members of the school. The rest of class along with the other first class and 4th class stood along the Malahide Road with the posters they made chanting ‘Save our Planet’. We have been learning lots about climate […]
We have also been working really hard on our numeracy skills in room four. We are counting forwards and backwards, identifying numbers and working on our number formation.
We have been working so hard on our literacy skills in room four. We are blending and decoding words, building our bank of sight words, working on our letter formation and even writing sentences!
The Green Schools Committee and girls from 6th class went to support other schools in the protest against Climate Change outside the Dáil today. Our students shared their voices and thoughts with TD Eamonn Ryan and environmentalist Duncan Stuart. They did a great job on the front line chanting to save our planet 🙂 We […]
4th class were inspired by their protest today! They decided to change the lyrics of a song to spread the message about tackling Climate Change!
Today 4th class went out with the two First class to protest for action to tackle climate change! They made posters which said ‘Save our Planet’ and ‘Climate change needs you to Change!’ They stood along the Malahide Road shouting and holding their posters! They did a fantastic job and got loads of support!!