The senior classes went on a walk around the block near Ballyneale School on their last day before the Easter break.
Well done to Sarah Bartley and Emily Walsh who were recent winners in the Cashel library limerick poetry competition.
Junior and senior infants were planting seed potatoes today as part of the tradition of planting potatoes near St. Patrick’s Day. They also planted onion sets. Both will be ready fingers crossed in June!
First and second class did beautiful Mother’s Day and Spring art this week with Ms. Dempsey.
Here is a selection of photos from our wellness walk today. Hope everyone enjoyed the walk. Have a well deserved mid-term break after all your home learning work!
Well done to all the pupils in their home learning since the beginning of lockdown in January. We’re enjoying seeing all your work being submitted on seesaw. Thank you to parents for assisting the pupils in accessing seesaw and helping them in their work. On Wednesday next the 17th February all pupils are being encouragedContinue reading “Wellness Walk on Wednesday”
Thank you to all those who contributed towards the Christmas hamper draw. Have a happy Christmas and new year.
We wish all pupils and parents a very happy and safe Christmas and new year. The school will close at 12.30pm tomorrow, Tuesday and reopen on Wednesday the 6th January.
Pupils in 5th and 6th class and infants did some lovely paintings on the windows of their classroom with Sandra. A different project for them this year. They also created some lovely art work in class. Pictured below are pupils busy at work.
5th and 6th Class have created wonderful Christmas stories. The standard is really high this year. We will be entering the stories into the educate.ie Christmas story competition for next year’s Christmas annual. Hopefully we will get another publication!