Aistear in Junior Infants

Aistear is going well in Junior Infants. At the moment our role play area is the home corner so we are very busy minding babies, cooking, ironing, hovering, washing clothes and setting the table. We are also involved in junk art, construction and small world play.


Junior Infants Making Buns

We made buns with our buddies and Mr Quinn in The Glen. Our buddies helped us put in the butter, flour and eggs. We then put the mixture in bun cases and left them to bake. Our buddies iced them for us. They were delicious. Thank you Mr Quinn and 6th Class.


Fifth Class Penpals

Fifth class have partnered up with a school in Swords, Co. Dublin and have each received a penpal. We told our penpals all about ourselves as Gaeilge and we can’t wait to hear back from them!


It’s getting spooky around here!!

In First Class we made Haunted houses….see some photos below!


Parke’s Castle Tour

The review of Parkes castle by Tadhg and Zack We went on a school tour to Parke’s Castle on the 18th of September. Before we went to Parks castle we watched a few a few videos and did a bit of studying about the castle with teacher. When we arrived our tour guide brought us into the courtyard where we got to go on
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Connaught Cross Country

Well done to all the children who particpated in the Connaught Cross Country in Loughrea, Galway on Saturday and to the parents who braved the weather! On a very wet day everyone ran well and should be proud of their achievements.


Check out our Shape Farms!

We made some great farms with Ms Flynn where we tried to include as many shapes as possible! Here are some photos from First Class..


Maths Stations in First Class!

In First Class we are working on addition, 2D and 3D shapes in our maths stations! We love Maths! See some photos….


Junior Infants and their Budddies

On Friday we worked with our buddies. As part of our Aistear topic (the home corner) we made houses by colouring a house outline, drawing around shapes for the doors, windows and chimneys and sticking them in the right place. We also told them the story from our reading books. We really enjoyed working with our buddies.


Primary Schools Cross Country

Well done to all the children who represented the school in the Sligo County Primary Schools Cross Country in the I.T. on Saturday morning. The junior teams ran 1kilometre and the senior teams 1k200m. Congratulations to both the boys senior and junior teams who came third in their races and qualify for the Connacht Cross Country Competition. Anna and Sarah McDaniel qualified as individuals
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