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Third class santa hats

Third class santa hats

All the parents came to the class room. Then we started to make our hats. We used all different types of materials. There was tinsel, scissors, plastic bows and it was sticky. Everyone had great ideas. People used scissors and glue to cut and stick things onto our hats. After, when we were done we got to design a Santa hat. After that the parents went home. When the parents went home we got to go on the computers. WE ALL HAD GREAT FUN!!!! By Jaden and Darren ...
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The Gift of Giving

Dear Parents and Guardians, We are having two fundraising events in the run up to Christmas. These are: • Christmas Hamper Raffle • Christmas ‘Giving’ The raffle has run very successfully over the last number of years. Your child will be asked to bring in some food items, which will then make up hampers. The cost of tickets for this draw will be €2 for one strip of tickets or €5 for three strips. The school is very grateful for the support that we receive from parents and guardians. All money raised will then be used by the school to help further enhance your...
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Interesting course for parents.

This is an interesting course for those of you wishing to improve your education, training and job prospects.  
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Fourth Class has Maths Eyes!

Fourth Class has Maths Eyes!

Our Maths Eyes Trip On Wednesday 5th of April we went to Sean Walsh Park to do a ‘Maths Eyes’ trail. We worked in pairs. We were given a clipboard, worksheet and a pencil. The worksheet had lots of Maths questions on it. We had to use our ‘Maths Eyes’ to solve the maths problems. It was good fun, some of the questions were easy but some were hard too. Afterwards we got to play in the playground and when we were finished we went to McDonalds. I had a giant chocolate muffin, it was delicious! I really enjoyed my day and I really using my ‘Maths Eyes’. By Jessica...
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Help My Kid Learn – March ’17

Help My Kid Learn – March ’1...

  March 2017 Ideas  St. Patrick’s Day is on the way – enjoy these themed and other learning activities.   Here’s a catchy video called “Driving My Tractor“.  Your baby or toddler will be hearing numbers, colours, and lots of new words while enjoying a cuddle on your lap. The legend of St. Patrick tells us that he got rid of all the snakes from Ireland. To celebrate this story, why not make a St. Patrick’s Day snake with your little one. Find out why the game of peek-a-boo is such an enduring favourite...