Paddy Madden, from The Heritage in Schools Council, opened the minds of junior infants to the world of nature. On our nature walk we identified trees in our school and learned some interesting facts. We discovered that the leaves of
The beautiful summer weather and artist, Wayne Thiebaud, inspired the ice-cream artwork below. Enjoy!
We are enjoying the marvels of nature and watching our pea plants grow. Scooping up the compost, placing the seeds in the pots and pouring the water all take fine motor control and strength. After planting their seeds the children
Junior infants worked very hard when organising their words, in the correct order, to make some sentences. Well done girls and boys.
Friday 2nd June 2017 4 Person Team Event Royal Tara Golf Club Bellinter, Navan, Co. Meath Tee times available from 9:00am to 5:00pm Great Prizes to be Won How to support this event? Enter a team of 4 – €200
This blog post from Maths Ireland was written for parents of children at secondary level but I think it will be of interest to all. It was written by Georgina Murphy, Deputy Principal of a school in Kilkenny. Early education experts stress
Look what Harry found on his walk – phonics really are everywhere! Well done Harry.
Here’s a little throwback to science week in the school. Third class were lucky enough to experiment with liquid nitrogen! We made yummy ice cream 🙂