Over the next couple of days infants will be bringing home a cup planted with seeds as part of the GIY and Innocent drinks Big Grow campaign – http://www.innocentbiggrow.com Peas, tomatoes and cress seeds will be planted. Here are some tips for how to look after the plants at home over the coming months. Continue reading “Infants – Seed Sowing”
Photos from the litter pick with the Tidy Towns that took place this week for 3rd to 6th classes. Thank you to the Tidy Towns Committee, parents Jo Jo, Nicola and Colette for helping out on the litter pick. The fabulous weather made it even more enjoyable!
Our Mile a Day challenge continues in the school for the month of March. This is part of our Active Schools Programme. Staff and pupils are walking for approximately 15 minutes at 9.20 a.m in the school grounds.
A litter pick with the Tidy Towns is on next Monday the 25th March at 9.30 am for 3rd to 6th classes. Ms. Whelan is looking for parents to help on the day. Please get in touch with her if you are available to help.
The Parents Association is holding a table quiz on Friday the 22nd March in Lisadobber pub at 8pm. Tables of 4 are €20. A raffle will be held on the night for many valuable prizes. Tickets on sale at the school. Please note, this quiz and raffle will replace our Easter Hamper Draw. Please supportContinue reading “Fundraising Quiz”
Congratulations to our debating team of Dylan, Zach and Hugo who were victorious over Presentation Primary School, Waterford today. The motion was getting rid of plastic pollution from the world’s oceans is just a dream.
U13 camogie thursday the 21st March – Moyle Rovers at 11.30 U13 boys hurling Friday 22nd Moyle Rovers 10 am U11 boys 4th April U11 girls 11th April
Thanks to Ronan Ryan for facilitating the Junior Achievement programme, “More than Money” with 5th and 6th class. We thank all the volunteers for giving of their time and their employers, Merck, Sharpe and Dohme.
Anne Foulds from the Plastics Free 4 Schools programme came in to speak to all classes today about this initiative that the school is participating in. Everyone enjoyed the talk, following which the pupils got a chance to explore types of plastic that could be found in the sea and land environments. The pupils learnedContinue reading “Plastics Talk”