The children in senior infants have been learning all about the life cycle of a butterfly. Mr. Kelly gave each senior infant class some caterpillars to take care of.
Today the children in room 8 were very excited to see that one of their butterflies had emerged from its chrysalis.
Congratulations to the children in 4th class, room 19 on their participation in the Local Enterprise Achievement Programme. They were fantastic on the day with their presentation and negotiating!
Keep an eye out for us in the future 🙂
Congratulations to all of the bookworms in senior infants who recently participated in our shared reading scheme. They received their shared reading certificates at Assembly this morning.
The children in senior infants had a teddy bears’ picnic in school today. They made invitations for their favourite teddies during Aistear, and brought their furry friends to school to share in the fun.
The children in senior infants, room 8 went on their school tour today. It was a fun – filled, action – packed day! They went to Dunhill Sports Centre, and then stopped off in Fenor Playground on their way home.
Some of the boys from 1st & 2nd class participated in after – school hurling training over the past few weeks. A blitz was held, and today medals were awarded to the winners and runners up. Congratulations to all who participated.
Congratulations to the winners of our “Spirit of Holy Cross” and handwriting awards. They received their certificates at assembly this week.
Last Friday our team won the Concern Primary Debating Competition, Region 3. We defeated St John of God in the Final which was held in the Waterford Teachers’ Centre. The motion was “Ireland is the best country in the world to live.” Well done to the whole team. It was a fantastic achievement.
We had a very interesting visit today from Robin Barry, an environmental scientist. He spoke to us about biodiversity and the importance of looking after the world around us. He also brought along some very interesting specimens for us to look at!
Congratulations to the latest winners of our handwriting and “Spirit of Holy Cross” awards. They received their certificates during school assembly this week. Maith sibh, a pháistí.