Here are some photos from 5th class remote learning, very creative art and baking skills shown by the boys and girls!
I think we have some budding artists and chefs in the making.
We have some beautiful art which shows the pupils’ flair for creativity.
Some pupils did baking which shows the great patience and dedication by the boys in the class.
Lastly, we have some great paper airplanes which shows great concentration and super paper folding skills!
Our remaining pupils from 3rd to 6th class will return to school on Monday, 15th March.
All parents/guardians will have received the reopening procedures letter by email and a copy of the Declaration Form which must be returned to school on Monday.
A copy of this letter and the Declaration Form can be viewed here also,
We look forward to welcoming back our pupils and we thank all the members of our school community for their continued support and cooperation in keeping our school safe.
Is féidir linn le chéile!
We had a fantastic week welcoming back all the pupils in Junior Infants, Senior Infants, 1st and 2nd class back to school!
There was great excitement all round and we had a very successful first week back.
Our pupils in 3rd to 6th class continued with online learning and we have some certificate winners for pupils who have shown great engagement and work online. You will receive your certificate in the post in the coming days!
3rd class: Noah Mughal McGuinness and Mya Hayes Ward
4th class: Kyle Woods and Harry Reilly
5th class: Finley O’Hare and Caitlyn Martin McCabe
6th class: Eimear Conroy and Marvis Ehimen Akhimien
Well done on the brilliant work!
Well done to all the boys and girls on their hard work on Seesaw.
For the boys and girls in Junior Infants to 2nd class, last week was their last week of full online learning. The pupils in 3rd to 6th class have continued with their school work online this week.
Here are last week’s certificate winners, chosen by their class teachers,
Junior Infants (Ms. Reid): Aaron McDowell and Paige Agnew
Junior Infants (Ms. Lawler): Emilie Dullaghan and Sarunas Jokstas
Senior Infants: Kai Duffy McPhillips and Milana Alexsandrova
1st class: Zoe Casey and Peter Sandisco Sacolo
2nd class: Ayla Wallace and Kaidon Sharkey
3rd class: Divine Olaxode and Leila McCrory
4th class: Keane Heeney and Kaitlin Griffin
5th class: Leon Mandir and Lara Hardesty
6th class: Alicia Morris and Michael Miedzinski
Well done boys and girls!
The pupils in 4th class have been extremely busy with online learning and exploring new topics.
Here we have some interesting projects and fact files on countries around the world,
Have a look at their lovely art work,
They have also been exploring the features of volcanoes and what happens when they erupt! Some pupils were also exploring how plants grow.
Well done 4th class, keep up the great work!
Have a look at some of the fantastic work done by Senior Infants!
They have been reading “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and created beautiful pictures of butterflies and caterpillars.
Megan also wrote a lovely Spring poem.
Well done boys and girls, brilliant work!
Please see below a letter from the Minister for Education, Norma Foley, to all parents and guardians regarding the phased reopening of primary schools.
A copy of this letter was sent to all parents/guardians this morning by text.
6th class have been letting their creativity shine with some of their activities.
We have fantastic photographs taken by Eimear, showing us the beauty of our local area. Perhaps we have a future photographer in our midst! Well done!
Some fantastic drawings by Alicia and some very creative and interesting “laundry art” by Caoimhe! Well done girls!