Friendship Trees

Last week we spoke a lot about friendship. We talked about why our friends are so special to us and what makes me a good friend to others. On Friday we made Friendship Trees. We had great fun making them. Hope you like them.

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Ms. Hynes Art

We’ve been doing lots of lovely work with Ms. Hynes in 1st and 2nd class over the last few weeks. Here are some photos of our Art. Hope you like them.

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First Communion 2021

We congratulate all of our First Communicants who received the Sacrament on Saturday 18th September. 

Many thanks to Ms O’Neill and Ms. Martin for preparing them so well and thanks to Monsignor Noonan for the lovely ceremony and for making everyone feel so welcome and comfortable.

We hope you enjoyed this special day, here are some photos of the occasion.

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A Spooktacular Day

On Friday the children from Ms. O’Connell’s and Ms. O’Neill’s classes got into the Halloween mood.

We had scary witches, fearsome vampires, howling were wolves, killer clowns, sideman and superman, magical cheerleaders and creepy skeletons.

We even had a zombie doctor and nurse (complete with corona virus). The school has been decorated with wonderful Halloween art too.

Have a look at our photographs if you are brave enough.

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U-14 ART

Congratulations to Caitlín who won First prize recently in the local U-14 Art Community Games and to our other prizewinners:

Ellie & Mary – both received 1st prize in Drawing

Harry & Mary – both received 1st prize in Handwriting

Darragh & James – both received 2nd prize for Handwriting

Alex & Aoibheann – both received 3rd prize in Handwriting

Well done to you all, we are very proud of you.

 

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Sacrament of Reconciliation

Congratulations to all of the children in 2nd class who received the Sacrament of Reconciliation last night, Tuesday 3rd March. Ms. O’Neill was very proud of them all as they had worked very hard to prepare. Here are some photos from the church.

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Lapland

Over the last few weeks we have been learning about Lapland in Geography. One of the things we enjoyed the most was learning about the Northern Lights. We watched videos, looked at pictures and learned a few facts. Here are some of the things we learned:

  • They are also called “Aurora Borealis”
  • They are bright, dancing streams of purple, green, red & yellow in the night sky!
  • It must be dark and clear to see them.
  • Places like Canada & the Arctic Circle are some of the best places to view them (but they can also be seen in Donegal!)
  • They are caused by “Solar flares” (charged particles) which react with the earth’s atmosphere.

We really enjoyed learning about Lapland, especially the Northern Lights. We even did our own pictures, here are some photos for you to enjoy. We hope you like them.

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A.I.T. Athletics

Pupils from 1st to 6th class have just completed a 6-week block of Athletics training in A.I.T.

They tried various disciplines including – long jump, hurdles, relays, sprint & high jump.

We are very grateful to the staff of A.I.T. for affording the children this opportunity.

Míle Buíochas!

Have a look at them in action!

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First Marathon

Congratulations to Niamh, from 1st class, who ran her first marathon in Inverness at the weekend. Niamh completed the 5 km in a very impressive time of 44:28 minutes. Well done Niamh!                

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Moate Show 2019

As always we submitted lots of entries to Moate Show, we drew pictures, we wrote poems and we did very careful handwriting.

Here are our proud prize-winners with their work and their plaques. Congratulations and well done to all.

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