Karl from fifth class was the overall winner in his category of the An Post/INTO Handwriting competiton. What an amazing achievment! Congratulations to Karl and the school on this fantastic acknowledement of the high standards of handwriting in the school.
As part of the GreenWave Project we usually measure the windspeed. This year the GreenWave project is not running but we are still going to go ahead with the project. Check out instructions for how to make an anemometer by … Continue reading →
Seachtain na Gaeilge: Gain Triail Aisti – Surprise yourself. If you would like to help your child with learning some Irish check out the Northern Ireland Curriculum languages site by clicking on the picture below.
This week we have had Lee James in giving skipping workshops to all children from junior infants to sixth class. He was amazed at the standard of the skipping of all of the children. Skipping is a fantastic way of … Continue reading →
Happy New Year everyone! We are delighted to be back in school today. Despite it being the last month of winter it was lovely to be welcomed back by signs of spring already this year! We have spotted five beautiful daffodils in our school yard, with hopefully more in the coming weeks. These are the first signs we have received that spring is coming.
Frau Clarke held a German day in the hall today for all of the pupils. They tasted a range of different foods and sweets from Germany. This morning at 9:30 the German classes sang Silent Night in three different languages: … Continue reading →