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Grandparent’s Day

Last Wednesday, we had Grandparent’s Day in our school.  It started with mass, followed by tea and coffee (for the grown ups!) and then our Grandparents came into our classes. Some comments from the children in First Class; “We had a great time listening to the grandparents, my Grandad talked about being a Garda”, Eva. “We made special flowers with our photo in the
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Farm Shop and Smoothie Bar!

Our Aistear theme for this month is a Farm Shop!  We sell healthy, fresh local produce in our shop! We are learning all about The Farm, farm animals, healthy eating, the food pyramid and lots more!! See some photos below…


Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone!


Spring has Sprung!

We are delighted to see Spring has arrived and we’re watching out for signs of spring everywhere! Here is some of our spring art so far….  


Our Pet Mice!

We read the novel, Happy Mouseday by Dick King-Smith. We wanted to have our own pet mouse so we made one out of clay! Check them out…..      


Some of our Christmas art in First Class!

Christmas Stockings “We sewed Christmas stockings with a needle and some wool.  Then we decorated them, I am going to hang mine up on my Christmas tree!”, Patrick. “My stocking is beautiful!”, Aoibhe. “We had so much fun sticking pom poms and gems on our stockings!”, Isabel Snowglobes “I really liked making our snowglobes, especially when we put the glitter in and it went down
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Our gazebo got a makeover!

First Class worked as a team to give our gazebo a ‘new look’!  It has been transformed into an Igloo!  This is to enhance our role play area, for our Arctic theme, which is running throughout the school this month!


Arctic Art – First Class

Some photos from our Arctic work in First Class…….


Balloon Trick!

Please see below for some photos and Instructions!! We did a cool science experiment with a balloon today! Instructions 1. Inflate your balloon until it is 3/4 way full of air. 2. Tie a knot in your balloon so the air doesn’t escape. 3. Look at both ends of your balloon.  At the very tip and at the knot the balloon is darker in
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Hallowe’en Art

  First Class created very scary haunted houses in art last week. Here are some spooky pictures…….