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Category Archives: Third Class
Last Thursday we had grandparents’s day at the school. Junior infants to 3rd class took part and each class decorated a part of the school hall as well as having a song prepared for the grandparents.
The afternoon started with a … Continue reading
There was great excitement one Friday afternoon as Mrs Brosnan
organised for her pet lamb,Cutie Pie, to pay a visit to school.
It brought a whole new take on the nursery rhyme Mary had a little lamb.
The school celebrated friendship week from February 27th to March 2nd. The children bought friendship bracelets to exchange with friends.
Each class reflected on what friendship meant to them.
Mary- open day
THE OPEN DAY-Emilija
Our open day took place from 2 – 5pm on Sunday with the official opening of our new multipurpose area at 4pm. Refreshments were available in the hall and a big thank you to all the teachers and staff involved … Continue reading
Grandparents Day took place on the 3rd February as part of Catholic Schools Week.
Click on the podcasts below to hear what Third Class have to say about Grandparents Day
Grandparents Day By Mary Kate
Grandparents’ Day By Faye
Granparent Day 2011
Fiona’s piece was published in the Travel section of The Irish Independent and she won a trip for her family to Co. Clare. Well done Fiona, keep it up!
Eire from third class made the following podcast for her book review. Click Eire’s Book Report to listen
By Ms Enright – Junior Infants Teacher
Catholic Schools Week gives everyone involved in Catholic education the opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the tremendous contribution that our Catholic schools make to every aspect of life in Ireland. … Continue reading