Here is a photo of all the entries that were collected for Climate Action Week. Children at every level drew pictures and wrote about what measures they are putting in place to reduce our carbon footprint.
Some of the children in Senior Infants, 3rd and 6th class took part in EU code week.
The children were coding in their pods with Bee Bot floor robots, the Rainforest coding adventure game and using code builder with Minecraft Education.
EU Code Week is a initiative which aims to bring coding and digital literacy to everybody in a fun and engaging way.
Take a look at some photos and videos:
Take a look at the children in Room 5!
Some 6th and Infant classes went on their Sponsored Walk today. It was a lovely Autumn day and they enjoyed seeing lots of houses decorated for Halloween.
The children in Ms. N. Fay’s 6th class have designed posters for our school to tell all the other children about CyberBreak day 2020!
They also recorded a rap! Take a listen below.
We hope lots of families take part in this initiative. If you do send a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can see what activities you get up to!
We were delighted and proud to hear of two great golfers in 6th class today, who competed in the Captains Prize Junior Cup at the weekend . Congratulations to Cian who beat many past pupils to claim 1st prize and win this fantastic cup. We think we will be hearing a lot more about Cian and Ben in the future.
On October the 5th, 6th class started the Marathon Kids programme. Over the next 8 weeks the girls and boys will cover the entire distance of a marathon. Classes throughout the school are doing the daily mile on a each day also. This week the 6th classes hope to cover a distance of 2400m. We are looking forward to the challenge.
Week one completed on our marathon kids programme. 2400 metres under the belt.
Ms Murray’s class enjoyed a surprise visit on Friday from their much loved classmate Vincent. Vincent was just out of hospital and recuperating from a very tough surgery. His classmates made him a giant ” Get Well” card. They can’t wait to have him back in school again.