Before the mid-term break, 14 boys from 4th Class took part in the F.A.I. Futsal tournament in Midleton F.C. The boys played against a number of other schools in the tournament, which focused on fun and participation, as well as … Continue reading →
Fourth Class had a very enjoyable visit to the Children’s Library on Grand Parade last week. They listened to author E.R. Murray as she read an extract from her first book and talked about where she finds inspiration for writing. … Continue reading →
Check out these 4th class boys reading their favourite Roald Dahl books. They celebrated his birth 100 years ago today in class by bringing in their Roald Dahl collections and reading them.
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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The play is called ‘A Suitably Happy Ending’. It’s about somebody who left the top off the toothpaste and a fight breaks out between the goblins and the witches. Meanwhile Jack comes home with his SATS (exams) and does so … Continue reading →
4th class played tag rugby with Presentation College for the previous five weeks. We learned a lot about rugby that we didn’t know before. We learned how to pass,kick ,run with the ball in hand and how to find space. … Continue reading →
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Fourth class presented some of their science investigations during Science Week to parent during the OPEN NIGHT for the prospective parents. They also visited second and third classes during school time. Well done boys ye were superb! All About Magnetism … Continue reading →
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A team of nurses from the Infant Department of the C.U.H. visited third and fourth class yesterday. The three nurses were called Ria, Rachael and Emma and they taught us about blood and the brain. … Continue reading →