Titanic Work in Room 22!

As part of their learning on the Titanic, pupils in Room 22 read like historians to inform the design of what would have been typical cabins for 1st, 2nd and 3rd class passengers aboard the ship. The boys and girls also designed sketchbook biographies of the passengers they encountered during their research.

The Titanic theme wove its way into their poetry writing too, with the creation of ‘haiku in a bottle’ thematic poems to round out the theme!

Room 21 are enjoying Cricket!

Room 21 6th class have been enjoying learning about and skills and games of cricket the past few Thursdays. They have been receiving expert advice from Brian O’Rourke who is currently Development Manager of Leinster Cricket. The children have been trying out the roles of wicket-keeper, batter and taking turns as outfield players. No doubt Cricket Ireland are impressed with the potential and talent on show 😁


Paired Reading - 6th Class and Senior Infants


The pupils in Mr O'Mahony's 6th Class and Mr O'Doherty's Senior Infants got together to shared some reading time together last Tuesday. The pupils really enjoyed their time together as you can see in the video above!

Paired Art for Book Week '23

Junior Infants and Sixth Class paired up to make crayon hats together in preparation for World Book Day. Just look at the beautiful, creative hats that the children from Rooms 5 and 22 produced - well done, everyone!

Writers in Schools Visit

Our 6th class pupils recently enjoyed an inspiring visit from author Sarah Webb who spoke about her career to date, what inspires her to write and how we are all capable of achieving our goals with hard work and determination! Huge thanks to Sarah Webb and Poetry Ireland for making this visit possible!

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