Fr.Murtagh showed us around his wonderful garden. He has potatoes, lettuces, carrots, cucumbers, gooseberries, strawberries, tomatoes, apples, fennel, rhubarb, cabbages, beetroot, spearmint, rocket, corriander, lemon balm, grapes, olives, figs, oranges, brocolli, chilli peppers, lavendar, artichokes, sage, hazelnuts and kiwi’s growing
WE ARE SO PROUD!! WE HAVE BEEN AWARDED OUR SEVENTH GREEN FLAG FOR “GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP, ENERGY & WASTE.” THANK YOU TO MR. MOORE AND THE GREEN SCHOOLS STUDENT COUNCIL FOR THEIR TROJAN WORK AND TO ALL THE PUPILS, TEACHERS AND
First class have been working hard with their phonics at station teaching. The sounding out and blending is helping them to progress with their reading. They are very happy with their work!
To make a cool scratch art page you need to first colour a white page with brightly coloured crayons, leaning hard. Then you paint over all your lovely colours with black paint! This can be a bit messy so be
1st Class Writing
Check out our brilliant World Book Day costumes. Super effort made by all in 1st Class.
Caitlín’s lovely Mammy came into 1st Class to explain to us all about her busy job as a nurse in Our Lady Of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda in October of last year. She looks after the elderly, giving them their
First Class marched last Friday the 3rd of May with the rest of the school to raise awareness about the devastating effects of Global warming all around the world. We were led by Ellie-May Mullen and Andrew Sheeran, representatives of
Great excitement in 1st Class yesterday when Santa came to visit. Thank you Santa for the selection boxes.