3rd Class really got into the Hallowe’en mood this year.
We started the day reading spooky stories and researching Hallowe’en customs.
After break, we changed into our spooky and homemade costumes. We then got to see all the other classes who also got dressed up, in assembly. It was great fun.
After lunch we played some traditional Hallowe’en games like bobbing for apples, pass the apple and apples on a string. We also had some barm brack where Kamil got the ring.
We finished the day off by making chocolate covered apples.
Happy Hallowe’en everybody from 3rd Class and Mr. Maye
We had great fun in St. Edward’s NS today dressing up for Halloween. There were wicked witches, spooky skeletons and ghastly ghosts to be found in every classroom.
We wish everyone a lovely and safe Halloween break and school opens on Monday November 5th.
Sligo All Stars are holding a Basketball Camp from Tuesday 30th Oct to Thursday 1st November.
Price: 40 euro
Contact no: 087 6413169 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Each month children from 3rd-6th class have an opportunity to save with the Credit Union in our school. Angela from the Credit Union comes to the school on the 1st Wednesday each month and collects money from the children, which she lodges to their account. Here are some of our young savers with Angela.
On Wednesday 24th of October at 9.45 ST. Edwards Braves and ST. Edwards Lions rugby teams went over to the IT. The teams were made up of pupils from 5th and 6th. We were taking part in a rugby blitz with lots of other schools from Sligo to learn the rules of rugby.
When we arrived we had to register our teams and we were shown the pitches that we would be playing on. ST. Edwards Braves were playing on pitch 6 and St. Edwards Lions played on pitch 7. We played teams from Rosses Point, Curry and Culfadda.
During the games we learned the rules of tag rugby. We were shown how to defend our try line and how to score tries. We were also shown how to line up for a throw in at the side. It was a great day. We learned a lot and had good fun.
There is rugby training on Saturday mornings at 10am until 11.30 over in the IT. Anyone is welcome to join.
Fourth class went on a very enjoyable nature walk .
We worked in groups of three .
We each got a checklist and a bag to collect leaves and berries .
We saw an oak tree ,acorns,and a horsechestnut tree.
We found woodlice hiding under a rock .
We are already looking forward to our Winter nature walk .
During maths week children from 3rd class to 6th class took part in a maths puzzle and games day in the school library. Parents were also invited to take part in the fun. They played snakes and ladders, draughts, chess, darts, rings and solved puzzles with numbers, pictures and shapes. They also played the lotto and had a bet on a race!
Thanks to 6th class who spotted the error in the October Maths problem. Question 1 should ask, which aliens are as strong as 1 spacecape. The closing date is now extended to Thursday 25th. Well spotted 6th class!
On Friday 12th October Junior Infants went out onto the school yard to sort things by colour. We sorted blocks, links, cubes and teddies into coloured hula hoops. Everyone was part of a team. There was a green team, a red team, a yellow team and a blue team.
Senior Infants went on an autumn trail on Tuesday 9th October. We walked from our school through St. John’s Hospital and then into the Children’s Graveyard. We had great fun admiring the reds, browns and yellows of autumn. We collected many different leaves and fruits for our autumn display table, including sycamore, beech and oak leaves, acorns and helicopters.
Starting at the Oak tree in front of St. Edward's
Admiring the autumn colours
Saying a prayer at the Famine Graveyard