Senior Infants News
Infants visit our local playground, castle and river Arra!
Friday, June 14th, junior and senior infants walked all the way to the town playground. We had great sport there! We then went to visit the Desmond castle. After spending some time here we went through the "magic door" which led us on to the river side! We were...
Skipathon 2019 – junior and senior infants
Infant School Tour 2019!
On Wednesday June 19th junior & senior infants travelled to Camp, Co. Kerry for their school tour. We visited Sandy Feet Farm where we saw lots of various farm animals, played in their fabulous playground & sensory garden and drove go karts. We even got a ride...
Little Limbo and Little Obstacles!
The Junior and senior infants really enjoyed active week with Limbo and obstacle courses on the yard. The committee helped them and they had great fun. Integrated with our athletics and outdoor and adventure strand! They had a great time!
Our School Tour
We had a wonderful time visiting Sandy Feet Farm. We played in the playground, visited the sensory garden, saw all the animals, fed them and we even got to have a tractor ride!!! Take a look at all the fun we had!!!
Clap your hands, it's summer at last! We have been busy doing lots of summer activities in our classroom and outside. Take a look .....
We’re off to the farm!
A big thank you from Senior Infants to Leah Moloney who won free entry to Sandyfeet Farm for us for our school tour. We are looking forward to seeing all the cute animals when we visit there in June. Hip hip hooray!!!
We have been learning all about buildings in senior infants. Look at the wonderful work some of our budding architects, carpenters, builders, electricians and painters have been doing!!!! Watch out Dermot Bannon!!
We’re going on a straw hunt!
As part of our Active Flag program we are enjoying some outdoor activities in the nice summer sunshine! We ran a straw hunt relay with teams of blue, yellow, white, red and green. Congratulations to everyone and well done to the yellow team who came in first place.