Monthly Archive: February 2018

Green Schools

February 2018 We have all been working very hard this year in Charleville towards our Energy Flag headed by Ms Foster.  Our Energy Wardens make sure that lights and whiteboards are off when not in use. We check the temperature…
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Spring Garden & Bird Feeding

20th February 2018 Spring is certainly here today!! Bird feeding is in full swing with our lovely new bird feeders which we bought from Birdwatch. We are delighted to see that our daffodils and crocus are appearing. Some of our boys…
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Credit Union Quiz – Results

February 2107 A big thank you and well done to all who took part in the Credit Union Quiz which took place in the Tullamore Court Hotel on Thursday 6th February. We had two teams competing, a junior team (3rd &…
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Trick or Treat – Teacher’s Dress Up

Our Trick or Treat for Temple Street event was such good fun this year, we dressed up on the day of our Halloween break and each pupil brought in €2 which was then sent to Temple Street Children’s Hospital. Mr…
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Infant Activities – Learning Through Play

February 2018 Here in the infant room we love learning through play; have a look at some of our recent learning activities. We love working together and helping each other to learn all about numbers, colours, letters, co-ordination and much…
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Learning About Textures

February 2018 Here in Mr Smyth’s class we enjoy our hands on learning activities as well as cross curricular integration. We have been learning about textures; combining Maths, Science and Art. Here we are making rubbings with various textured objects from…
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Combining History and Art, 3rd & 4th

Have a look at some of the fabulous torcs created by 3rd and 4th class. Torcs were produced in Ireland during the middle and late Bronze Age. They use much more gold and are much heavier than the earlier Bronze…
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Shoe Box Appeal

December 2017 Here are all the shoeboxes filled with treats and useful items which were sent away to children around the world who are less fortunate than we are. We hope they had a happy Christmas!