Wildlife Wonders in the Water

We set off on the most beautiful sunny morning, led by Grace O’Sullivan, through the historic picturesque streets of old Tramore.  We walked under the pink cherry blossom in full bloom, past the sparkly butterfly stone on Pond St, shook hands with the five-fingered horse chestnut leaf, played with the sticky back (the inspiration for 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 …

Welcome to the New Year

We learned the poem “Ring Out, Wild Bells” by Alfred Tennyson to celebrate the New Year.  We also decided to set goals for 2016, these are some of our resolutions – listen when someone is talking, try my best with my writing and speak in a kind voice.