Everyone is enjoying the wonderful new library since coming back to school. We love to browse and read lots of new books. Classes are also enjoying their ‘Snuggle Stories’ sessions.
Our school was full of Halloween fun on Thursday 25th October. Everyone looked very well in their Halloween costumes.
The Mayor visited our school Thursday 25th October. He presented certificates to over 50 pupils for full attendance during the school year 2017 – 2018. Well done everyone!
We have been very busy so far this year at our after school Art and Crafts Club. The girls from Fourth Class all come together on a Monday afternoon to let their imaginations run wild. We made some spooky trees as well as painting Halloween pumpkins. Some girls went for a scary pumpkin and others turned theirs into magical unicorns.
Pupils had great fun during Maths Week with interesting games and puzzles. Check out some more puzzles on Puzzles and Challenges
Thank you to Ms. Fetton for organising Food Dudes for the pupils. We all had an opportunity to taste and eat a selection of healthy fruit and vegetables. A great initiative, linking in with our healthy schools policy.
Our Christmas Fun Day finally arrived! Lots and lots of preparations were made for this special day. A huge thank you to everyone who helped in any way. The children really enjoyed every station…’Decoration Station’, ‘Hot Chocolate’, ‘Story with Mrs Claus’, ‘Disco with Ian the Elf’, ‘Parcel Jenga’, ‘Snow Games’, ‘Make a Bookmark’, ‘Rudolph Hoopla’, ‘Card Craft’… it certainly was a Christmas ‘Fun’ Day!
Our school has decided to take part in the HSE’s Health Promoting School Initiative which aims to make school a happier and healthier place for all the school community. Questionnaires will be given to students, staff and parents. From the findings, an action plan will be put in place to make our school more health promoting.