Monthly Archives: September 2021


Art in 5th and 6th class


The girls had great fun designing and making their own hedgehogs today!!

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Using our sense of smell in First Class


Today Mr. Hanley’s First Class carried out an experiment to see if they could use their sense of smell to identify 5 different things: a lemon, cinnamon, vanilla, coffee and a banana. They also discussed whether they thought they liked the smells, whether they were strong, whether they were sweet. Many thanks to Mrs. McSpadden […]

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Athenry Town projects by 3rd class


In Geography we studied about County Monaghan and all the interesting information about it, its GAA, businesses, festivals, its famous people and its natural features. We then worked together in our pods to made our own posters based on our town Athenry, we put in as much information as possible, we thought this would be […]

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First Class are happy to be back!


Mr. Hanley’s First Class are delighted to be back to school this September. They are very busy getting to know their new classmates, getting used to their new room and having great fun during Jersey Day. We’re certain they are sure to have a great year ahead!

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STEM challenge fun in 4th


The girls worked in pairs to make the longest paper chain possible using only one piece of paper, a scissors and glue. Congratulations to Tammy and Aimee who made the longest paper chain!

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Jersey Day in 4th class 🇱🇻


Best of luck to the Galway Camogie ladies on Sunday🇱🇻🇱🇻🇱🇻

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Forensic detectives in the making


The girls in 5th and 6th investigates their own fingerprints to identify the different patterns that exist (whorls, arches, loops and splits).

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Ms Feeney’s 3rd Class are learning Irish Sign Language


Before the summer break SCN applied to the Department to join another new initiative called Languages Connect. It is a programme allowing time in schools for a senior class to take on a new language. ISL (Irish Sign Language) or a modern foreign language were offered and we decided to try ISL to generate awareness, […]

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