2nd Class Art

We have covered many of the Art strands over the last few months, such as  painting, fabric and fibre and construction.


Saint Patrick’s Day Celebrations – 2nd Class

Lá Glas was a very exciting day in second class. We had a catwalk show in our room to show off all the lovely costumes, sang Irish songs and made 3D shamrock cards.


Seachtain na Gaeilge

Na daltaí ó Rang V ag canadh ‘Geronimo’ le Shepherd as Gaeilge, cúpla dalta ag seinm na drumaí chomh maith. Maith sibh Rang a Cúig!  


Seachtain na Gaeilge i Rang VI

Bhí Seachtain na Gaeilge ar siúl ar fud na tíre ar feadh an coicís seo caite. I Rang VI rinneamar roinnt podchraoltaí chun an ócáid a cheiliúradh. Is féidir éisteacht le na podchraoltaí thíos: Podchraoladh 05 – Mamma Mia: Na daltaí ag canadh an t-amhrán “Mamma Mia” as Gaeilge. Podchraoladh 04 – Seanfhocail: na daltaí ag rá seanfhocail a d’fhoghlaim siad i rith na
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History of Ransboro School

    Introduction: This week we decided to learn about the history of Ransboro School. We hope you enjoy.   A bit about the school: Ransboro National school is a six teacher school. Ransboro replaced Kilmacowen which was a two teacher school and the old Knocknarea school.   When it was built: It was built in 1980-1981. It was originally called Wrens Burrow. It
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Spring Lambs and Chicks

We painted lambs and used chalk for the grass and marker to add the facial features. We also used our colouring, cutting, matching and sticking skills to make chicks.


Pancake Day in Junior Infants

We had pancakes on Pancake Tuesday. Some of us had plain pancakes others had syrup or a squeeze of orange and some had both.  


The Lost Barrow

Recently I have become more interested about the lost barrow at the back of the school. I was so eager to learn about the barrow I set up an interview with former parent association group member. Otherwise known as my mum Bernice Guckian.   1- When did you discover the lost barrow? – Back in April 2015 the parents association were asked to help
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Spring Art in Junior Infants

As part of our science topic we were looking at air – how we know it’s there and how we can change things or move items using air. We made bubble paintings by blowing into a mixture of paint and bubble mix. We then drew round and cut out flowers and a butterfly and stuck them on a background to make spring scenes.


Gaeilge in Junior Infants

Cuir éadaí ar an líne. Our topic in Irish at the moment is Éadaí. We took it in turns to tell our partners what to put on their washing line.