Santa very kindly came to see us yesterday in school. He took time to chat to us and the children were delighted. Mrs Moran even checked it was the real Santa by pulling his beard!! Luckily Santa didn’t mind:-)
On December 5th 1st class visited the construction site behind the school and met Niall the manager. The children had lots of questions for Niall and got to build a wall with the same materials used to build the houses.
Many many thanks to the children in 1st Class who went to a very special effort for children in Africa and Eastern Europe who are affected by poverty in many ways. We hope they will feel the love sent to
Here are some lovely smiles and some more healthy lunches from 1st Class with lovely fruit AND vegetables:-)
1st Class made a magnificent effort today for our annual Halloween dress up. Look at their amazing outfits!
We had great fun making delicious buns in First Class today using an easy and reliable recipe. Why not give it a try at home to treat the family! Ingredients: 110g self raising flour 110g margarine 110g caster sugar 2
This week we have some more yummy looking and very healthy lunches. We will put more photos of healthy lunches up after Halloween. Keep up the good veg and fruit eating:-)
We were very excited to have Jack Devine’s lovely granny Sanda in to visit us today in 1st Class. Sandra grew up in Manchester city and it was very interesting to hear all about her school. Like Adam’s granny Christina,
We had a beautiful bright morning for our annual sponsored walk. The children were full of energy and some even ran the last two big laps. Very impressive! Thanks to the mammies, daddies and grannies who were able to join
Last year the food dudes reminded us that fruit and veg are the healthiest foods we can have in our lunch boxes so we are trying to keep that going in 1st Class this year. Check out our healthiest lunches