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.
We have been very busy since Christmas in 4th class . We celebrated World Book Day last week . We dressed up as various characters from our favourite books ! Sean O’ Callaghan won a prize for the best costume in our room .
Senior classes were treated to a golf workshop on Wednesday last. Great fun was had!
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!
We have had a busy few weeks since the start of September in 4th class. We are very excited to have a fantastic bank of computers in our room this year! We are starting Literacy Lift Off tomorrow and we are all looking forward to trying out our computer skills. Thankfully with the nice weather we have been out in the garden for P.E. We are learning how to play Tag Rugby and started off by learning some warm up games. Today our new class librarians were very busy! They were scanning out our books during our first visit of the year to our school library.We will be back soon to fill you in on all the other exciting news from our room.
4th and 5th class pupils brought their bikes this week for a bicycle workshop. This week is National Bike Week and pupils learned about bicycle safety and improved their cycling skills.