At Halloween we came to school dressed in our costumes. We had so much fun using our imaginations and playing games in character. Happy Halloween!
The Junior Language Class played maths games for Maths Week. We all received prizes for taking part. Well done everyone!
The Junior Language Class have been learning how to play tennis with Ann and Tracey. We love going to tennis lessons. Last Friday we played outside because the weather was so nice.
We love dancing in the Junior Language Class. Here we are dancing our dance about construction machinery. We pretended to be diggers, excavators and bulldozers. Our dance was called Dig It!
It is Autumn. We are learning how to see the signs of Autumn in the world around us. Denis the caretaker told us that he saw a hedgehog in the school garden so we went on a hunt. Unfortunately we are still trying to find the hedgehog but we know he is gathering food and getting ready for his winter sleep. We made hedgehogs in art and they are now hanging up in our classroom. This is us learning how to line up to go out and search for the hedgehog
Afterwards we played on the pirate ship in the garden.
Then we played hide and go seek in the yard
School is so much fun in the Junior Language Class
The One Book One Community Project was launched by the lord Mayor at the Lough today. Children from all the local primary schools gathered together to begin a fortnight of work on Michael Morpurgo’s “Mr. Nobody’s Eyes.” World Champion, Bernard Dunne popped along to encourage all our young people to keep up their love of reading.
The Boys’ Football Team gave us a heart stopping match against Barney Street N.S. in Páirc Uí Chaoimh today. The boys returned home champions!
Check out pictures of our Easter egg hunt!
We were building houses and rockets in the Junior Language Class.