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
We were lucky on Friday last to have a very interesting visit from Adam Daly’s granny Christina. She came in to tell us all about her life when she was a little girl. We were surprised to hear that the
We are really lucky in 1st Class to have station teaching four days a week. We get to practice our handwriting carefully, sound out spellings, read every day and write creative stories. Here are some photo’s of us hard at
Last week Fr.Murtagh kindly invited 1st Class to his exciting garden to pick apples. We have great fun tasting and smelling some of the fruit, vegetables and herbs. The rhubarb, apples and raspberries were the biggest hits! We noticed the
1st Class dressed up in green today to show our support for the Irish rugby team as the Rugby World Cup starts!