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Buddies and Junior Infants

On Friday we practised our throwing, catching and rolling skills with our buddies in 6th class.


Trains and Buddies in Junior Infants

Last week we painted trains then our buddies helped us to stick on different shapes for the wheels, funnels and engines.


Try-a-Tri 6th class

On Thursday 26th October a number of children from 3rd to 6th class took part in a Try-a-Tri event an initiative run by Triathlon Ireland and Sligo Sports and Recreation at Sligo Sports Complex and Cleveragh Regional Park. The event consisted of a 50m swim, a 1,500m cycle and a run of 800m with all the children enjoying the challenge.  


Working with Buddies

Our buddies came to work with us again on Friday.  We showed off our rhyming, cutting, colouring and sticking skills. We also performed our rhyme about a crocodile and made them jump!


Buddies

On Friday our ‘buddies’ from 6th class came to work with us for the first time. We practised our colouring, cutting and sticking skills.


Active School Week – fun and movement

Mickey Downs put all the classes through their paces, junior infants to 2nd enjoyed a variety of activities and 3rd to 6th tried circuit training.


Active School Week – Dance

All the classes were paired up to learn a dance with Aoibhín Buckley and enjoyed showing off their dance moves.


GAA Amigos Skills Challenge

Congratulations to Liam, Cormac, Andrew and Jamie who won the Sligo final of the GAA Amigos skills challenge. The challenge was held in Summerhill College on Thursday 3rd March. Twelve schools from around the county participated with four players on each team. Teams were tested on their soloing, kick passing and point scoring ability. Ransboro emerged victorious with a total score of 41 out
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Spelling Bee

Congratulations to Rosha who represented Ransboro NS in the county final of the Sligo Spelling Bee. The competition was held recently in Calry NS.  Participants from 21 schools around Sligo competed and the standard of spelling was extremely high. Rosha performed admirably, making it through to the fifth round of the competition. Among the spellings asked on the day were vulnerability, ethnomethodology, tyranny and vernacular.The
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Pop Art

Sixth class have been studying the Pop Art movement. Pop Art is an art movement that emerged in the mid-1950s in Britain and the late 1950s in the USA. Pop art presented a challenge to traditions of fine art by including imagery from popular culture such as advertising and news. Pop art employs aspects of mass culture, such as advertising, comic books and mundane cultural objects. One of its
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