Well done to all our teachers and assistants who lead and facilitated fantastic learning activities these last few weeks. Everyone was in full flow! The children have been wonderful and much of their work links outdoor activities with literacy, SESE, SPHE, STEM and artistic creativity. Obair iontach
Fantastic Neolithic Projects in Third Class!
Maths Week was again, a superb success with plenty of scope to exploit and link Hallowe’en with Math Strands eg Shape
These letters are more important than any letters that will be written this month….or in December! Taking care and thinking of all our elders who are feeling lonely in nursing homes is so important. These letters will brighten their day, we hope! Well done to all our Fourth Class pupils, all of whom took such great care with these letters and special thanks to Mr Damien for including this important activity in his SPHE programme.
Engagement with St John’s…..
FIFTH CLASS PROJECT WORK : Looking at the Normans
MANGAHIGH Math Winners: Here are our top scorers from Rang1 and 2 and Rang 3 and 4. Maith sibh and well done to all the other pupils who participated online for Maths week. The prize baskets (daffodil bulbs, sweets, pops, mugs etc) had a distinct Hallowe’en twist as did many of our other activities in October. Sure, why not? We all love Hallowe’en and Autumn.
Aistear at it’s finest. Junior Infant pods loved constructing their haunted houses and they put in a lot of effort and ‘outside the box’ creativity ! They constructed “creaky staircases” “roofs with bats living in them” ‘” a disco-ball in the “sitting room with disco lights” ” escape doors” ” broken glass-panes” ” nice ghosts” …. ! The project lasted a week and they had great fun building their Creeeepy Streeeeet!
Here are some photos of Hallowe’en art /costumes from all the classes. Well done everyone!
Many thanks to our parents, as always. We couldn’t do it with out your support!