We have learned about the importance of recycling and how we can all play a part in helping our planet. Did you know? that up to 90% of new glass can be made from recycled glass. plastic can take up to 500 years to decompose. a recycled can is back in the shops within 60 Read More …
We are learning about Tom Crean and his amazing voyages. We have also set up a shop to practice our money skills.
The first day in school for our Junior Infants was a very exciting day. First, second and third class also had an exciting day moving into a new classroom with their new teacher, Emily.
From Tramore to Lismore
It was time for our annual school trip. This year we went to Lismore Discovery centre in the beautiful castle village of Lismore. First port of call was the puppet making centre. Then we headed into the Science room, and under the watchful eye of Robert Boyle, carried out a few scientific experiments. Read More …
Proclamation Day March 15th
In preparation for Proclamation Day we interviewed our parents, grandparents and great-grandparents about their time in school. This helped us to understand the changing times and times really have changed! We spent a week learning about museums and setting up our own history museum. We also traced our ancestors back, we are a diverse group. Read More …
World Book Day
“Oh the fun we will have”, that’s what our Cat in the Hat promised when we let him into school for World Book Day and he was right. Books are great fun.
Who has seen the wind?
We are making the most of the wind these days. We decided to make windchimes from recycled materials and to paint a class collage also using recycled materials. We learned that the wind can be useful, to turn turbines, dry our clothes and for the kite surfers on the beach. However, it can also be Read More …
Growing and changing
We have noticed that we can do lots of new things this year, we are all reading and writing and some of us can tie our laces. We are learning about the different stages of growth from baby, toddler, child, teenager up to adult and elderly person.
How to keep warm in winter?
We learned how to keep warm in winter: We wear warm clothes. We tried on lots of hats, followed procedures to make pirate hats, sang “I’ve got a hat” and learned the poem “My Hat” by Tony Mitton. Bhíomar ag ceannach hata freisin, bhí gach sórt hata ar díol sa siopa. We take plenty of Read More …