Room 6 made headbands and had a visit from the Easter Bunny!
Thank you to the Parents Association for arranging the visit of the Easter Bunny to all of the Infant classes today!
As part of their project work on Dublin city, the 5th Class pupils in Room 23 held a class competition on the theme of ‘Dublin’s best building’. Working alone or in groups, the children researched different buildings of historical significance along with a few more modern ones! Entries included the Customs House, the Four Courts, the Convention Building, Kilmainham Jail and Christchurch Cathedral. However, by far the best loved building of this class of Dubliners was the General Post Office!
Well done to all the pupils for some excellent work and interesting presentations!
The children in Room 21 spent a month researching the topic of space and have been presenting their work to the class this week. They have been practising their presenting skills and this was a great opportunity to show off! An amazing amount of hard work went in to the projects. Well done to all the boys and girls!
The boys and girls in Junior Infants are really enjoying their dance lessons with Emma Rose! We’re having lots of fun practicing our moves in Room 10!
The boys and girls in Ms Furlong's class had a very busy week last week. They were working very hard playing all sorts of literacy based board games and iPad apps during Literacy Hour as well as Maths games during Maths stations. They thoroughly enjoyed attending the Seachtain na Gaeilge céilí and ceolchoirm too! Well done boys and girls!
Third class had lots of fun dancing ‘The Walls of Limerick.’ Well done to all the boys and girls for getting involved and having some fun!
To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, children in Ms Moran’s first class talked about reasons why they are lucky! We also attended a fantastic concert and did lots of Irish dancing.