Monthly Archive: September 2015

We observed a minutes silence!

We observed a minutes silence at midday on Friday 25th September in memory of all those who suffered loss during the Great Famine.

Infant’s busy room!

Have a look at our classroom and see some of the many activities we do every day!  

Harvesting in our garden.

The seniors were busy in the garden. They left these lovely tomatoes in the staffroom for the teachers to enjoy.

Owl Babies.

Friday 18th September 2015. During the week we read the story “Owl Babies” by Martin Waddell. We really enjoyed the story, it is about three baby owls called Percy, Sarah and Bill. In music we learned a song called “The Owl” which…
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Successful collection for Calais.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to the collection of hygiene packs for Calais. We are delighted with the support this has received from our parents and pupils.

Elmer’s Elephant Parade

Friday 11th September. We enjoyed reading the book “Elmer” so much that we decided to sponge paint Elmer and his elephant friends. Thursday 17th September. During the week senior infants cut out their Elmers. Junior infants practiced cutting lines and waves, soon…
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Supporting the refugee crisis.

We are collecting “Hygiene Packs” which will be shipped to Calais to help the refugees. The ziplock plastic lunch bags include the following items: Toothbrush Toothpaste Comb Face cloth Pocket size pack of tissues Bar of soap Please send your…
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