Monthly Archives: April 2020


Room 5 WFH


Some more snapshots of the great “working from home” that is going on 🙂

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Room 5 Learning from Home


WOW! I am so proud of my Junior and Senior Infants and how they are rocking their time at home!! Talk about whizz kids doing their work and other fun activities…. take a look to see what some of them have been up to! 🙂

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Incredible Ruby, Andrew and Harry!!!


Ruby (5th class), Andrew (Senior Infants) and their brother Harry, a past pupil, entered an Incredible Edibles Family competition and were selected to appear on the Incredible Edibles website and Agriaware social media sites. Check out the link below and scroll down the home page to see and read about them https://www.incredibleedibles.ie/#

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Bumper Harvest in SCN


Mr Naughton and Mr Hanleys hard work has paid off with a bumper crop in our SCN hothouse! The glorious weather and heat has worked wonders and we are expecting to harvest these very soon….

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Sophie’s Super Artwork


Well done to Sophie from Senior Infants who created a wonderful piece of artwork as part of her homework for Ms Feeney this week. The task was to represent her favourite sports and she certainly did a super job!!

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Isobel and Isaac are back with more adventures!!


Well done to these two siblings for making the most of the great weather and for getting active outside. They got their potatoes planted and said that they’ll have a ‘whose tastes better’ competition when they are grown. They had great fun tracing their outlines with chalk and designing an outfit for each other. And […]

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The adventures of Isobel and Isaac


Isaac and Isobel from room 7 and 8 have had lots of fun doing the experiments and art projects set by Ms Dolan and Mr Hanley for their homework. From seeing what happens to an egg in vinegar vs in water to colourful Easter Bunnies and chicks. They also got their spuds planted just like Mr Naughton and […]

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The Caulfields have been busy bees!!


Well done to The Caulfield girls for their wonderful home activities! They have been very busy baking, building jigsaws, making homemade playdough and experimenting with non standard units of measurement in capacity!! What a busy bunch!!!

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A lovely gesture by the residents of Ard Esker, Dun Rí and Prospect


Some of our wonderful pupils have been busy sending letters to the residents of Castleturvin Nursing Home during this very difficult time. The followIng is taken from their Facebook Page and acknowledges the kindness of these wonderful people. Thanks to Castleturvin Nursing Home for sharing these with us. A heart-warming collection of pictures and letters […]

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