Hans Christian Andersen

In January we started reading Hans Christian Andersen stories like “The Ugly Duckling”, “The Emeror’s New Clothes”, “The Little Match Girl”, “The Princess and the Pea” and “The Little Nightingale”. We really enjoyed them and we would like to read some more. We would like to tell you about “The Emperor’s New Clothes”. The Emperor’s New Clothes is about an Emperor who loves new
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St. Patrick’s Day Parade

St. Patrick’s Day Parade    On St. Patricks Day some of our children marched in the Parade. Our Green School committee have been doing a lot of work on conserving water over the past two years in order to renew our Green Flag. We decided to base our entry in the parade on this theme. The bath & shower   Can you believe it?
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Road Safety

We learned a lot about road safety during the past week. We visited this website to learn some more: HERE>>>>>


My Favourite Things Books

In January we made “My Favourite Things” books. We wrote about our favourite things. We wrote about our favourite food, our favourite holiday, our favourite sport, our favourite dinner, a pet we would like to have and what job we would like to have when we grow up. We drew pictures and coloured them in. We designed the front cover and wrote the title
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Colourful Cardboard Pictures

We made pictures out of cardboard. The cardboard was circular. We were re-using the cardboard for our art work. We had to use our imagination to make the picture we wanted. Some people cut the cardboard and made other shapes from them. We glued the shapes onto an art page. We left them to dry for a few days. Then we painted them. It
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Food Pictures

Last week we made food pictures. We were doing Bia in our Gaeilge work. We made them out of lots of different types of food – marshmallows, kidney beans, pasta, rice, lentils, peas, Coco Pops, wafers, Frosties, Rice Krispies, Cornflakes, spaghetti and raisins.It was fun making the pictures. By CaoimheB , Lynne and Ellen P


Pyjama Day

On Wednesday it was Pyjama Day in our school. Everybody wore their pyjamas to school. The teachers wore their pyjamas to school too. Some people brought in teddies with them. Everybody brought in €2 for Haiti and we raised €2,230. Some parents came in to the school for a coffee morning on the same day. Some grandparents came in too. We spelled out the
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Joseph! The Musical.

The dates for our upcoming producation of Joseph are Monday 22nd March to Thursday 25th March. The show will run over these four nights. We will update you as soon as we have more information. We are all busy with the behind-the-scene preparations!


School Re-Opening

The school will re-open on Wednesday 13th January at 9.20pm. Siobhán Clarke, Principal


School Closure

Due to the severe weather and the condition of roads and footpaths, the school will remain closed this Thursday and Friday, January 7th and 8th. The school intends to re-open on Monday morning, January 11th,  at 9.20am. Siobhán Clarke, Principal