Space Projects- 2nd Class

  We have been studying the topic of space over the last month. We learned about the planets and life in space. We enjoyed a trip to the Hawkswell Theatre and saw a play called Secrets of Space. We then worked on creating simple space projects in class. We loved presenting our work to the rest of the class.

Reading in Junior Infants

We told the stories in our reading books to the children in fifth class. They asked us lots of questions about our books and wrote some nice comments in our record books.

Halloween in Junior Infants

During the week we did the Skeleton Dance. On Friday we dressed up, visited 6th class to show off our costumes and played some games in the hall.

Houses by Junior Infants

Our Aistear topic is the home as part of this we painted houses. We talked about the parts of houses and the shape of the different parts.

Pumpkin Monsters in Junior Infants

We made pumpkin monsters for Halloween. First we painted the pumpkins then we drew around templates for the mouths and eyes, cut them out and stuck them onto our pumpkins. Some of us decided to add teeth.

Cross Country Finals 2019

Well done to the senior boys team (James Lynch, Oisín Choo, Matthew Keeley, Bríain Cullinane, Finn McDaniel) that took part in the Connacht Cross Country Finals in Longford. Thank you to our young supporters and the parents who made the trip to Longford to cheer the boys on.

A visit to the Addam’s Family in 5th class

5th class rehearsing the ‘Addam’s Family’! A spooky song for a  spooky season!

Parke’s Castle

4th Class recently visited Parke’s Castle. Here are some pictures of their trip.  

Out for a Walk

On Wednesday we looked at the Safe Cross Code video and tried on our HiVis vests. We went for a walk with 6th class to try them out. We also had a run around the astro.  


Pallindromes are words and numbers that read the same forwards and backwards Todays date is a pallindrome. 9th October 2019 = 9102019 Some words that are pallindromes are: mum dad eye wow anna racecar English is interesting! By Harry