It was a joy to behold as pupils returned to school on Monday with smiles and balloons to welcome back our boys and girls from Junior Infants to Second Class.

Children skipped in the gate to meet their friends and teacher. While remote learning was fine, it cannot compare to face to face interactions and teaching. As the GAA slogan goes, nothing beats being there!

There was a spring in everyone’s step as pupils enjoyed learning all about the change of season recently. There was plenty of time spent outside in the fresh air also. Here are this week’s highlights!

Ms. Ralph’s Junior Infants having fun with their friends
before having a Playdoh Disco!
Ms. Bohan’s Junior Infants painting Spring Flowers.
Ms. Bourke’s Senior Infants out and about searching for Signs of Spring!
Ms. Ralph’s First Class exercising on the astro turf after a Spring Hunt.
Art in First Class
Ms. Walsh’s class created these amazing structures using tin foil
Ms. Ryan’s class were given a challenge to take a perspective photograph
which creates an optical illusion – I love this one!
As part of World Book Day, 6th Class recreated the cover of the favourite book.
Some Spring artwork sprung up around the school!

Well done to all the boys and girls who worked so hard this week, especially our senior girls who continue to remote learn for just one more week! We can’t wait to welcome you back on the 15th March!

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