Our theme for November was ‘homes and locality’. The children learned all about the different types of homes they live in and also about all the services and amenities in our local area. During Aistear they had great fun running a busy restaurant and took on the roles of chefs, waiters, waitresses and customers. At the writing table they designed their own menus with their favourite foods for the restaurant. They created some lovely prints using paint and various food and used chalk to complete colourful fruit bowls. They built lovely homes and buildings in our small world area. They designed and created their dream homes complete with swimming pools, playgrounds and even fun fairs and water parks! We read the story of the ‘Three Little Pigs’ and at our investigating table they experimented with rocks, bricks, straw, sticks etc to build a strong house and tested it with a fan to see if the big bad wolf could blow it over! At the play dough table the children created their favourite meals.
Rinne na paisti seo a leanas an-iarracht Gaeilge a labhairt, Maith sibh!
1st Class (Ms M’Garry) – Poppi Belle Dunnion
1st Class (Ms. O’Brien) – Nicole Bracken
2nd Class (Ms. Lawler) – Clodagh McKeon
2nd Class (Ms. Mansfield) – Ben Kennedy
3rd Class (Mr. O’Donoghue) – Anna Gunderson
3rd & 4th Class (Ms. Carroll) – Sophie O’Reilly
4th Class (Ms. Mollahan) – Niamh Murphy
5th Class (Mr. Lynch) – Zach Roche
5th &6th Class (Ms. Ryan) – Megan Mullally
6th Class (Ms. Ni Nallaigh) – Clodagh Walsh
28th November 2018.
We have a case of Slapped Cheek Syndrome and Hand Foot and Mouth disease in the Junior Infant classes. If you suspect that your child may have either of these or any other infectious condition it is vital that you inform us as soon as possible and that you keep them at home until they have recovered
We all have a responsibility to minimise the spread of such illnesses and also to protect the many members of our school community who may be higher risk than others.
We thank you for your vigilance and co-operation in this matter.
Please see attached sheet for information on Slapped Cheek
The fantastic kids Magic Show is on in Kettles this Saturday!
Doors open at 3 and there will be lots of fun games and activities before the show starts at 4. There will also be a Raffle on the day with great prizes!
Tickets will be available on the door. Please come along and support the school and have a great fun day out!
3rd and 4th class were busy today, creating their own specialty pizzas.
Tickets for the Peace Proms concerts are selling out fast. If you have not bought tickets yet, they can be bought on www.peaceproms.com until Sunday during the presale. Our School Choir are performing on Saturday, 2nd February at 8pm and the presale code is DUBSAT8PM (code is case sensitive)
After the presale ends, tickets will go on general release and there will be no tickets added at a later stage.
The choir have started rehearsing the songs for the concert and are sounding fantastic! Music and lyrics will be added to the website next week for practising at home.