A group of senior infant children get some “hands-on” experience in Numeracy using the Numicon tiles and pegs. This is a great learning experience on so many levels and enjoyed by all.
A group of Second Class boys work together in the Resource Room to assemble a map of the world.
Thursday, 16/June/2016 All pupils are welcome to attend school in fancy dress. Limited parking will be available in the school yard. Access via gate between St. Joseph’s and Pres. This gate will be open at 10:55 and closed at 11:15 … Continue reading
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First class take a well-earned break in the sun in Fitzgerald’s Park during the recent sponsored walk.
Having walked all the way to Fitzgerald’s Park, Junior Infants take a break in the garden and sing songs on the stage before they return to school.
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This proved quite challenging but turned out to be a very enjoyable learning experience for the 6th class boys involved. First some bridges were built using no more than one or two sheets of A4 paper. Results were mixed but … Continue reading
Following up on the investment in Maths equipment, 6th class boys are helping out by assembling some handy shelves and storage spaces.
Two of our junior infants investigate the fun effects of gravity using Marble Run.
Some Junior Infants take advantage of the dry weather to plant strawberries.
The Bodhrán Bookills waited patiently and with good humour for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. While they waited, they gave impromptu performances under the watchful eye of conductor, Doreen Sheehan.