To keep children busy, ‘Harry Potter At Home’ has been launched to help children and parents add a touch of Harry Potter magic to their new daily lives. This special Harry Potter At Home hub is where you’ll find all the latest things to keep you occupied – from special activity kits, to nifty magicalContinue reading “Harry Potter at Home”
All across Ireland, children have been sharing pictures of hearts to show support for our frontline staff. Please #showsomeheart and place it on your windows for everyone to see. Have a look at some pictures from the Irish Heart Foundation.
The International Space Station is a high-flying laboratory and has nine crew members aboard. Watch the International Space Station [ISS] pass over Irish skies tonight Tuesday 31st March from 8:42pm until 8:50pm. Look towards the Moon and just below Venus in the sky as NASA’s International Space Station [as big as Croke Park!!] speeds past.Continue reading “NASA’s International Space Station”
Good morning all, A number of celebrities are helping out by launching daily lessons on their social media accounts to help keep the little ones entertained and educated until they can go back to school. Here’s a run-down of some of the celebrity lessons you may want to try out over the coming weeks! FromContinue reading “Free Celebrity Classes”
For all of our chess players, check out the below link where you can register online to play chess. Parents, it is easy to join – go to the sign-in area at www.lichess.org , choose your user name and password. Then click on REGISTER. After you have registered go to https://lichess.org/account/kid and enable “kid mode” to ensure child safety. There areContinue reading “Moves for Life Online Chess Events”
Applications for School Transport for the new school year are currently open and can be accessed online at www.buseireann.ie/schooltransport. Details of the scheme are also available on the website, Facebook page and https://www.education.ie/en/Parents/Services/School-Transport/ The closing date for applications is Friday 24th April 2020.
Dear Pupils and Parents, We hope you all had a nice weekend. Please see below the homework set out by each class teacher for the coming week.
RTÉ has confirmed that it will broadcast over an hour of “school on TV” to support primary school children and their parents at home. From Monday, you can watch it weekdays on RTÉ2 from 11am. It can be accessed anytime on the RTÉ Player. https://www.rte.ie/learn/
Over the coming days An Post will be dropping postcards to all homes that you can send anywhere in Ireland for free. Let your loved ones know you’re thinking of them or reconnect with friends by sending a postcard. Here is what a postcard may look like.
Have a go at some of the below brain breaks!