Before Hallowe’en Mr Healy’s 6th class had a conkers tournament in the class. As conkers can be quite a dangerous game, the children came up with simple and easy to follow rules for a game of conkers.… Read More
We wanted to make our shape hunt even more fun so we got into lots of 2-D shapes ourselves. We made a triangle, square, rectangle, hexagon and pentagon. Take a look and watch out we’re learning about 3-D shapes now so who knows what we’ll do!!!!… Read More
This week in Room 22 we were learning about 2-D shapes and went on a shape hunt around our school. Here are some of the shapes we found in our school hall.
“O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?”
The pupils from Mr. Campbell’s class lost their inhibitions and explored a variety of roles and personalities as Room 4 was transformed into a mini-theatre!
“Drama is theatre, life, an escape from life, happiness, and sadness all rolled into one.”… Read More
The pupils from Mr. Campbell’s 3rd class have been busy making St. Brigid’s crosses. With a plentiful supply of Donegal’s finest rushes and after much practice, the children soon became masters of cross-making!
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It’s St. Brigid’s Day and Spring is about to begin. In our school garden the flowers and trees are beginning to wake up from their Winter sleep. Over the coming weeks we will have a Garden Watch and share with you pictures of some of the plants as they grow.… Read More
Next Wednesday St. Thomas’ S.N.S. is celebrating Grandparents’ Day. We hope to see lots of grandparents, and aunts and uncles as well.… Read More
Next week is Catholic Schools week and all parents are invited to a special mass on Sunday next
We planted two different types of flowers in our class and we watched them grow each day. One type was called PAPERWHITE NARCISSUS (which were planted near the window) and the other type was called HYACINTHS (which started to grow in a dark area).… Read More
Two of our local Gardaí from Tallaght Garda Station visited the children today to discuss road safety. Afterwards, some of the children got a chance to wear the Garda’s cap!