Welcome back from the Halloween break! This week’s sounds are m and d. What can you find that begins with these sounds?
St. Kevin’s was a colourful and exciting place on Friday 27th October as the girls came to school in all sorts of Halloween costumes! In Junior Infants we had witches, princesses, superheroes, queens, pumpkins and many more brilliant costumes! Well done to Ciara O’Reilly who won the prize for best homemade costume in Junior Infants. […]
Nadine in sixth class had the fantastic opportunity today to attend the Tallaght Community School’s conversation with Astronaut Paolo Nespoli, who is currently on board the International Space Station. Nadine even had the opportunity to ask a question on stage to Dr. Nora Patton, who is set to be the first Irish astronaut in 2022. […]
Here is a list of websites that might be useful when researching for your Greece projects. Click on the links to open the websites. Greece http://primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/Greece.html http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/explore/countries/greece/#greece-ruins-night.jpg Ancient Greece https://www.bbc.co.uk/education/topics/z87tn39 http://www.the-map-as-history.com/demos/tome09/1-ancient_greece_demo.php http://www.channel4learning.com/sites/essentials///history/units/greeks_bi.shtml http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/ancient_greeks/greek_world/ The Olympic Games http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/athens_games/index.htm Greek Gods and Goddesses http://www.historyforkids.net/ancient-greek-gods.html Search engines for kids Remember to ask permission before searching the […]
As per this afternoon’s directive from the Department of Education, St. Kevin’s GNS will remain closed tomorrow due to severe weather and safety concerns.
Following the Department of Education directive, the school will be closed on Monday the 16th October due to severe weather. See you all on Tuesday. M. Dignam.
This week, our Jolly Phonics sounds are h and r. The Jolly songs are below for you to practise at home with your daughter. We have also been learning about the farm. We have been looking at the different vegetables we get from the farmer. We will continue to look at that this week. Ask […]
Sixth Class recently had the opportunity today to visit the National History Museum on Kildare St. to participate to learn about the peatlands of Ireland, their preserving nature and the artefacts discovered in them. It was incredibly interesting. To find out more about the artefacts plase visit the National Museum’s website below https://www.museum.ie/Archaeology/Exhibitions/Current-Exhibitions/Kingship-and-Sacrifice/Cashel-Man […]
These are our two sounds for the coming week (October 9th). Have a listen and help your daughter practice the new sounds.
We started Aistear two weeks ago and the Junior Infants loved it! The class is divided into groups and each day the girls get to explore a new station as part of their group. In the two weeks of Aistear in September, the girls experimented with magnets, built their ideal school out of blocks, pretended […]