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P6 are working extremely hard both homeschooling and getting outside to enjoy the beautiful weather. This week their saying of the week was “a pep in your step”. Mrs H asked them to find out what the saying means and then do something this week to show the “pep in their step”. Well
Some lovely, meaningful poems based on the topic of friendship. The children are busy studying Charlotte’s Web for their Literacy Reading. Their task was to write a poem about what they had learned about friendship from reading Charlotte’s Web. Look at three lovely examples from Aoibhinn,
This Holy Week we are welcoming Jesus in a very different way into our homes and into our lives. Our children took on the challenge of showing this through making bouquets for their doors on Palm Sunday. We continue to be so proud of our children and parents for the amount of effort they are [
So P3 did anyone guess the height of the tallest shoot? It was 23cms. The shortest was just 2cms. Can you work out the difference between the tallest and shortest shoot? Answers to Mrs Warner or Miss O’Neill.
Well P3 which potatoes did you think were growing the fastest? The Maris Pipers are definitely the tallest with the Kerr Pinks and the Roosters not far behind. However, there are only two shoots up while the Roosters and Kerr Pinks have three shoots. But the Sweet Potato has four shoots. The D
We are sad that we’re not in school to see the progress of our spuds! But don’t worry P3 and Miss Clancy they have found a new home at Mrs H’s house and they’re being well looked after. They even got outside today for a little sun and fresh air. They are starting to push through […
Primary 2 hosted a Special St Patrick’s Day Assembly yesterday with fabulous singing, drama and readings. In the absence of their parents their special guests were their P6 buddies. Our traditional group also performed making the day a very special event for us all. Watch our video at:
Congratulations to our newly selected sport’s captains for this year 2019-20; Caoimhe and Katie – Football, Lucy and Megan – Camogie, Shea and James – Football, Josh and Dan – Hurling. They were presented by their captain’s badge by our GAA coach, Mr Ciaran McKeever!