Category Archives: Art


CD Art


The girls in 5th and 6th got creative with CDs today to scratch out designs on their sun catchers.

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6th class went to Galway for the TULCA Festival


6th class went to Galway for the day to an art gallery and to the Christmas Market.

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Art in Mrs.Monson’s 6th class


In Mrs.Monson’s class we have been doing a lot of art . SCARECROWS FALLING INTO SPACE /PAPER MACHÉ

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6th class learned how to recognise a witch


6th were reading a extract of Roald Dahls book The Witches  . We were enjoying it so much we drew a witch and the differences between us and them

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Mrs.Monson’s 6th class made paper maché bowls


6th class made paper maché bowls. We made them using flour water and news paper. They were very easy and fun to make.  

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6th class started kitting


6th class started knitting recently. So far we have made bunnies , pumpkins and are now making of ghosts. We are really enjoying it and looking forward to knitting lots more over the year.  

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Heritage in Schools Visit


Alison MacCormaic visited the school today and brought the girls on a tour of Athenry to examine the different aspects of the buildings in our town. The girls had to identify a wide range of architecture styles via a game of Built heritage Bingo!! Afterwards the girls had to sketch a map from the school […]

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Senior Infants in room 4


We enjoyed making hand prints during Art. We decided to decorate with googly eyes to make space aliens. They looked so cool.

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Using computer programming to examine lines and angles


The girls in 5th and 6th class used Scratch programming to explore how lines and angles are related. They also used this knowledge to generate some interesting designs!!  

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Art for Space Week


Mr. Hanley’s First Class just completed a collaborative art project for Space Week. Everyone got to colour in one piece of the picture. It was loads of fun and thanks to Mrs. Devally for putting it together.  

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