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Our 5th class Entrepreneurs are holding their showcase day this Thursday from 1 - 3pm!!! BUY BUY BUY BUY @JEP_ie
Well done to our senior girls team who defeated Churchtown today in the league final. Super effort and they made everyone super proud with their display and spirit3
Best of luck to our senior girls football team in the league final this afternoon! We know you’ll do us proud! 👏🏼
We had Paddy Madden from Heritage in Schools in to speak to the children about all things nature. To say you could hear a pin drop as he spoke to the kids is an understatement!!!! @HerInSchools4
Monthly Archives: November 2013
From Ms. O’Gradys Class and Deirdre How to make a simple Bird Feeder You will need a pipecleaner and a breakfast cereal with holes. Thread the cereal onto the pipe cleaner. When it is … Continue reading
Strand: Painting & Construction Strand Unit: Making Constructions
Tree 1 Recognising the different parts of a tree presentation
Each fortnight we learn a new song and poem in Second Class. Attached is a sample of songs we have learned….. You may recognise the melody of some! A Caora A Caora Ag Teacht Ar Scoil Éadaí Is Saighdiúir Mé
Dear Parents/Guardians, There is still time to fill in an order form and return it to us with the exact fee for your children’s school photo. School Photographs will be taken this Friday 15th November. Please ensure that your … Continue reading
Here is some of the wonderful work carried out in 3rd class during October. We read the story of ”Spud Murphy” and we created our own character profiles on Spud. We have been brainstorming other words to use instead of … Continue reading
We have been looking at and making our own family trees in history and understanding the roles each member of our family has.
In Second Class we made some scary Halloween paintings using our feet, hands and arms!! You should be able to tell which part of our body we used for the characters in our paintings.