Monthly Archives: March 2021
What a fantastic morning to plant sunflowers. It’s great having our outdoor classroom for these projects! Thanks Carmel for this lovely project that our children really enjoyed. Jessica and Alison decorated stones beautifully and these enhance our outdoor classroom! Some of Mr. Breen’s pupils tidying the raised bed.
* Here is a link to a series of talks for parents in association with the National Parents’ Council and presented by Dr. Colman Noctor 1. Connecting with your child: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFLAwDU0GOQ. 2. Helping anxious children : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yW36NTlKPk 3. Your child’s online life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isifSr6oNDM 4. Building your child’s social savvy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zErcybr6wXg
Well done to all our worthy prize winners for winning various challenges during lockdown! It was heartening to see such enthusiasm! Pictured: some of the lucky recipients
We love these photos and videos from home of our students enjoying their day ! IMG_1470
We were delighted to welcome back 4th-6th class today! We had music playing on yard and an ice lolly treat to mark the special day. We look forward to working together to continue best practices to keep Covid-19 at bay. Thank you to Ms. Goodison for creating personalised bookmarks for our children as a keepsake of the occasion!
We are very much looking forward to having everyone back in school from Monday. Please ensure that you bring you Return to School form with you (click link below if you have lost yours). Have a few early nights and we will see you on Monday! Return to Educational Facility declaration form We are mindful that there may be a range of emotions that the children are experiencing and we will watch out for them all. A video to help prepare you for return!
Happy #InternationalWomensDay to all our bold and brave young women! You can be whatever you want to be! What is International Women’s Day? International Women’s Day is an annual event that celebrates all the amazing things women have achieved. It is a way to show how women have and continue to influence the world. As well as celebrating brilliant women, it’s also used as a day to highlight issues and raise awareness about issues that women still face. Historically, women have been denied the right to vote, to work, and lots of other things, too. Because of brilliant women who fought against these things, women have a lot more say in the … Continue reading
Such a fun and creative end to our first week back! So much colour and an evident love of books! Here is the World Book day anthem that the children love!💕 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpTkjssrL4k What characters do you recognise? Can you name the books? How about the authors?
We have been enjoying STEAM activities all through lockdown so we are well prepped for Engineers’ Week. Lateral thinking and creativity are important to us here at Scoil Ghormáin Naofa. Check out some of our brilliant designs! animated_output_1615195540 (1)
We are delighted to have up to 3rd class back today! It was wonderful to see the lovely smiles that we had missed since Christmas. 4th, 5th and 6th, we miss you still but it won’t be long! * Thank you to Ms. Goodison for the lovely personalised bookmarks that each child received. We hope you use them to enjoy some reading as you have no homework! * Have a lovely evening and enjoy the sunshine. You are all superstars and it is remarkable how you adapted to being back in school so quickly. We are very proud of you all.