We had an assembly on the last day of school before the holidays. We talked about Lent and getting ready for Easter. We also remembered the story of St. Patrick and Senior Infants showed everybody their St. Patrick’s Day parade hats. Mrs Henehan announced the winners of the water poster competition and all the children who have had very good attendance this term got an Easter egg! We wish everybody a safe and enjoyable holiday. See you back in school on April 4th!
Poster Competition Winners
This morning in first class we had our own Easter Egg Hunt! The children, with help from 6th class, had to answer questions and find the eggs that were hidden around the playground. There was great excitement!
We made smoothies in 4th class.
First we chopped different fruits. We could choose from apples, bananas, grapes, pears and oranges.
We then put our fruit into the blender and added orange juice and natural yoghurt.
They were healthy and delicious!
In 4th class we used coloured beads to make lots of different shapes and designs. First we planned our designs and then used the beads to make it. When we were happy teacher ironed the beads so that they would stick together. We were very happy with our work and really enjoyed doing it!
Bhain rang V agus VI an–taitneamh as seachtain na gaeilge .
Bhíomar ag canadh as gaeilge .
Seomra 10- Peigín Leitir Mhór
Seomra 12 –Sioraí Spraoi – Cheerleader as gaeilge !
Rinne Rang 6
Sixth class were invited to a workshop in Sligo I.T. with the performing arts students .
The theme of this workshop was local heroes .
We took part in drama meeting Constance Markievicz,rebels of the rising and William Butler Yeats to name a few .
We discussed some very important events at the time of The Rising and responded through poetry and art .
We also took part in some fun games.
We really enjoyed this workshop and really hope to take part in something like this again.
We designed our own leprechauns in Room 12 . Here are some pictures of our handy work.
For Seachtain na Gaeilge, Junior and Senior Infants came together and sang some of their Irish poems and songs. We LOVE learning Irish! Why not try out a few of these at home:
Go raimh maith agat! (Thank You)
Slán go fóil! (Bye for now)
Bí Cúramach! (Be careful)
Oíche mhaith! (Goodnight)