A huge welcome to the incoming pupils of 2020. We can’t wait to meet you all!
21st June 2020
As this unusual school year comes to an end, I would like to say a big thank you to all the students who were in my class. You are a fantastic bunch. I loved teaching you all. Well done on all the hard work, the email contact and of course most importantly, on keeping yourselves and those around you safe by staying at home over the last few months. I hope you all have a lovely summer and I look forward to seeing you soon.
Please keep scrolling down on this page to see slideshows of all the wonderful work you carried out while learning remotely. Also see some lovely photos of your first day in Junior / Senior Infants. You have all grown a LOT! Further down are photos of various activities you carried throughout the school year. Well done again everyone.
Memories of Learning Remotely
Some of the fantastic work sent in by Junior and Senior Infants during the school closures. Well done everyone!
Sport’s Day Fun – Great Work!
Obstacle Course Challenge
Look How Much You’ve Grown!
Photos from your first day in Junior and Senior Infants.
For this week’s numeracy, see Ms.Keogh’s padlet on Ms.O Connell’s page.
Our classroom was transformed into a restaurant where we had our Art Station making pizzas; Fine Motor Station making our favourite morla/playdough meal; Independent Station making healthy lunch and finally our Sand table making yummy sand cakes![gallery ids=”6833,6832,6809″ type=”slideshow”]
Ms Moloney and Ms O’ Connell’s classes reading their favourite books.
Preparation for Grandparents Day
Our grandparents were treated to a fantastic array of art, crafts and stories from all the students from St Joseph’s NS. Our senior infants were delighted to help the sixth class students prepare posters.
Our senior infants really enjoyed learning the safe cross code and posing in their new high vis vests.
Senior infants making a fairy forest!
We loved practicing for the Christmas concert. We have some great little singers in our class. We also got a great surprise to find the elves had decorated our school.
Fun & Games at Halloween
Sixth Class students working with Junior Infants
Our sixth class students where delighted to work with junior infants as they learn through play
Junior Infants settling into their new school
Our Junior and Senior infants had a great time outdoors this week practising their orienteering skills. Well done everyone, great effort.
Butter making in progress
The Rainbow Fish – A colourful start to the New Year
Our first week back in 2019 has been a very creative one. We have a beautiful bright classroom as all our little art prodigies commence creating their version of “The Rainbow Fish” by Marcus Pfister. Wait a few secs for slide show to appear!
It’s hard to believe that we are in our second month of the new school year and Halloween is just around the corner.This month we have been learning a lot about Autumn. We got a big fright one day when we found ‘Witchy Woo’ hiding in some leaves on our nature table. She is a friendly witch mostly, but she can get up to a few tricks now and again!
Witchy Woo made a cosy bed for herself on our nature table!We have been concentrating on ‘printing’ during art time which is one of our favourite subjects. We used our fingerprints to create some fantastic autumn trees. We also experimented with pattern when completing our sponge-prints. You can see some of our art work below!
Time is really flying. We have been very busy settling in, making new friends and learning new things everyday. Have a look at some of our photographs below to see what we have been up to!Odhrán and Alex – Our Lego Experts!Madison, Jessica, Colm & Jack getting stuck into some Play-doh!Anna, Michael, Aoife & Kacper – Busy constructing during Aistear time!Kayla, Kate, Charlotte, Mia & Ella – Working together to build a farm during Aistear!Amelia, Cara, Sadbh & Rónán – Getting to grips with the Play-doh also!