Congratulations to our past pupil Niall Scully and the Dublin team on winning the All-Ireland. Niall was the flying wing forward wearing jersey number 10. At half-time in Croke Park on Saturday, Seán Homan from rang a sé […]
September 30th- Language Curriculum In-service for teachers- No school for boys October 28th -1st November – Halloween Mid-term December 20th- January 6th Christmas Holidays February 17th-21st– Mid-term break March 16th and 17th St.Patrick’s Day April 3rd-20th Easter Holidays May 4th Bank Holiday […]
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The boys in room 1 have been working very hard on their drawing and writing. We were so excited to participate in our first ever write a book competition. We made one big class book on ‘Animals from […]
The boys have been busy learning about people in the community who help us. Have a look at what we have been up to!
We are learning a lot about outer space at the moment in Aistear. The boys in room 1 have made junk art space aliens, we created clay stars, pretended to be astronauts and have been writing a lot […]
The boys in room 1 have been busy planting! We are growing daffodils and broad beans- beanstalks. They are blooming!
Today Junior Infants, First Class and Fifth Class treated the whole school to three fantastic Christmas performances of acting, singing and dancing. Well done to the boys and all involved.
The boys in Room 1 were very busy in the run up to Halloween.We created creepy cat collages, and spooky skeleton pictures in Art. We learned lots about Halloween calendar customs and traditions. The boys also had fun […]
We have been so busy in Room 1 with our Aistear over the past few weeks! Aistear is the new early childhood curriculum framework for children up to six years in Ireland. Because early childhood marks the beginning of children’s lifelong learning journeys, this framework is called Aistear, the Irish word for journey. Our Infant classes take part in Aistear daily, where they learn and develop skills through play and interactions. Some of our themes this term were: autumn, my body, my family, doctor’s sugary, […]