Author Archives: Emer Russell
How much fun is this Aistear theme? Toasting marshmallows and contemplating life over the campfire in Ms. Walker’s room ! Great fun with the bug hunt also!
D’imir rang Ms. Walker ‘nathracha agus dréimirí’ agus bhí an-craic acu! Féach ar an fís!
Ms. Morris’ junior infant class just loves our new Active Walkway. Here they are combining physical activity with literacy and numeracy and good old fashioned fun! Click on the links below to view! We are blessed withour beautiful surroundings which makes this orienteering all the more interesting.
Well done to our lovely choir seen here practicing in the sunshine at our outdoor classroom. You are in fine voice! Click on the link to view….
Our water butt that was kindly made by Jack and Michael’s dad is up an running and today we used the collected rainwater for our bird bath! Thank you to Carmel and Finola for their work with the water butt and the biodiversity work today
These wonderful athletes completed the Gorey 5k run and are proudly wearing their medals!
Thank you to all who donated to our Ukraine collection. The spirit of solidarity is strong in the school and I have attached some images of artwork and the donations. We have started planting our corridor of sunflowers to welcome any refugees that may come to our school. They will receive a warm welcome from us
Cian chased the Ace but was unlucky! Enjoy your Split the Pot winnings Cian! Click the link to view!
We have had an amazing week in school celebrating Engineers Week! Each class has engaged in engineering projects and had lots of fun through active learning in the process! Have a look through our pictures. Thanks to Kietan who represented Wexford County Council with a presentation on renewable energy to 5th and 6th class Our classes have also been challenged to a tower building competition – considering materials, modifications and reinforcements where necessary. We love the variety of entries so far. Stay tuned for the results next week!
Click on the link for advice from NEPS (National Educational Psychology Service) on how to talk to your child about war