Archive for December, 2012

Dec 20 2012

Merry Christmas

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We wish all the children & their families a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

We finish at 12.30p.m. tomorrow & will reopen on Monday, 7th January.

Nollaig Shona.

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Dec 18 2012

Christmas Activities

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The children have been busy creating some beautiful Christmas Art this week.

Our Annual Christmas Table Quiz was also keenly contested in the Senior Room!

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Dec 13 2012

12.12.12.

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Ms. Lahart’s Class all wrote about things associated with the number 12 yesterday to coincide with the very special calendar date of 12/12/12!

Well done everybody.

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Dec 13 2012

Ms. Lahart’s Class Christmas Art Work

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Dec 07 2012

Polar Bears

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We got very much into the seasonal spirit today when sketching Polar Bears!

We watched a Slideshow on Polar Bears on our Interactive Whiteboard before we started our pastel drawings.

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Dec 04 2012

Classes of 1918

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We are presently collating material for a School Book which we are hoping to publish in 2013.

It will hopefully feature photos like the ones below which show teachers Margaret Finn & Andy Finn with their pupils in 1918.

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Dec 04 2012

What We Found Out About The Normans

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The Normans came to Ireland to help Diarmuid MacMurrough win back his land – Callum.

They came to Ireland in 1169AD – Pádraic.

They invaded Italy in 1030 – Eoin.

The Normans established many schools, monasteries, cathedrals and churches in both Italy and England – Hannah.

Diarmuid MacMurrough died in 1171 – Brendan.

The Normans introduced the rabbit into Ireland as a source of food – Páraic.

By 1099, the Normans controlled most of Southern Italy – Ava.

Normandy used to be called Northmania – Anna.

Matilda was William the Conqueror’s wife – Nicole.

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Dec 04 2012

Winter Landscapes

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4th & 5th Class created some beautiful Winter Landscapes during a painting lesson last week. Well done children.

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