Thankfully we are now well settled back into school routine and Term 3 has gotten off to a flying start. The brighter days have certainly lifted the spirits and the children are doing great.

The weather has been lovely and many of the classes have been enjoying working and playing outside. This week we opened our new seated area which is just amazing. We say a big thank you to our talented caretaker Kieran Britton who made the benches and prepared the area for us.

Here are some of the lovely images from this week.

Kieran with some pupils from 3rd and 4th class at the opening of our new seated area.
The third and fourth class girls made beautiful flowers from plastic bottles to decorate our new seated area.
First Class learned how to write a procedure.
To practice this they wrote about ‘How To Make Jelly’.
Finally they got to make the jelly….
…and eat the jelly…with ice-cream!!! yummy!
First Class enjoying art in the sunshine.
Junior Infants enjoying playing group games.
Junior Infants building using our Jaggo Blocks.
Junior Infants’ Tree of Kindness inspired by Kandinsky.
Junior Infants enjoying The Restaurant as part of Aistear this week.
The children sorted healthy and unhealthy foods,
went to McDonald’s drive through as part of small world play and made paly-doh pizzas.
4th & 5th Class were learning about electrical circuits.
3rd & 4th Class were doing gymnastics and put together a 4 part gymnastics sequence.
Junior Infants artwork.
Still Image Sketching & Painting
Ms. King’s Class sketched the Notre Dame Cathedral.
Chalk + Ice-pop + Friends = Smiles
The Restaurant was the Aistear theme this month in Infants.
Wouldn’t we all love a visit to a nice restaurant like this one!!

All of the images from this week are in our gallery below. We wish you all well and hope you and your family are keeping safe. We are nearing the end of this pandemic and we thank each and every one of our pupils, parents and staff for continuously striving to keep our pupils happy and safe during this time.

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