5th and 6th class pupils enjoying volleyball and tennis as part of their P.E. lessons.
“May I send my very best wishes to all of you children as you enter the final weeks of your primary school years. I know that these last two months have been difficult for you, for your teachers and your parents. To those of you who have lost loved ones may I offer my deepestContinue reading “A Message for 6th class from President Michael D. Higgins”
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Students from 5th and 6th class have been participating in the Junior Entrepreneur Programme. Recently they took part in a mock Dragons Den event in the school. The pupils came up with some excellent entrepreneurial ideas and were well prepared when facing the Dragons. Thank you to all the Dragons and well done to allContinue reading “JEP Junior Entrepreneur Programme”
Someone Like Me Art Competition This fantastic competition aims to raise disability awareness among primary school children and give them a greater understanding of what unites children of differing abilities. Pupils were given the task to create a piece of art in any form to showcase what “Someone Like Me” means to them. Well doneContinue reading “5th and 6th Class”
As part of Maths Week pupils of Infants and 5th and 6th came up with some maths problems based on the school environment.
Parent Noelle Tobin will speak to the sixth class pupils next Thursday about moving to secondary school in September. This is a great opportunity for the pupils to learn more about what to expect, timetabling, subjects etc. Thank you to Noelle for taking time to do this.
Cake decorating lessons will have its last session next week. The children have absolutely loved decorating the cakes in their own style. We want to thank Siobhan and Sharon for all the effort that goes into preparing such sessions.
The girls will be taking part in a blitz in Gortnahue on Wednesday April 5th, they are grouped with Donaskeagh, Rahealty and Gortnahue. There is no blitz final, top team goes through to the county final.