Jolly Songs – h & r

Posted Posted in Junior Infants

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 Tour

Posted Posted in Sixth class

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     […]

Exploring the tiny world of microbes

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Recently, 6th class have been learning about the useful and harmful effects of micro-organisms and microbes in the environment. Made up of bacteria, fungi and viruses, these micro-organisms are found almost everywhere on earth.  Although extremely small, micro-organisms come in many different forms. To examine micro-organisms in more detail, the 6th class conducted a variety […]