Monthly Archives: December 2012
Santa took time out from his very busy day to send a very special message to the children of Robertstown school.He must be very happy with us all Click on link to see listen to his message or cut and … Continue reading
We hope you enjoy some of our photos from last night’s show. We will post more as they come in Congratulations to the staff and children for such a great show last night. A special thank you to Alan Brereton … Continue reading
The school will close tomorrow @ 12 pm for holidays. We would like to thank you for all the help and support you give to the school throughout the year. We also wish you all a happy, healthy and safe … Continue reading
Here is a look at some of the fun things that were going on in Robertstown in November and December, the book sale and cake sale were a great success and the student council were delighted to sell the yummy treats to the junior infants. The generosity from the community of Robertstown National school was really showcased b the fabulous cakes and bus that were for sale that day! Well done everyone! Continue reading
We have been busy as usual in 2nd class, and have enjoyed working on a wide variety of Christmas-related crafts. Take a look and see what we have been up to! We hung the wreaths outside our room. Ansin, thosaigh … Continue reading
This year our JI, Second /Third class and Sixth classes will perform a short concert on 19th December starting at 5.00pm. We are asking parents to please leave front seats for parents of Junior Infants as there will be a … Continue reading
Sunday, 2nd December 2012 was such an exciting evening with Santa arriving in Robertstown to view the newly lit Crib and Christmas Tree. The school choir sang their hearts out, accompanied by Ms. Jennifer Ennis, Ms. Diane O’Grady, Alan Brereton … Continue reading
We made some fabric faces in November.We planned out what we wanted our faces to look like. Then, we chose different materials to use, including buttons, pipe cleaners, hessian cloth, material, string and wool.
We play Maths games a lot in Second class. They help us improve our Numeracy skills.