The children had great fun estimating and weighing objects on the balance in Mr. Prout's class. The red eraser was the heaviest object. The pencil was the lightest object
Mr. O'Dwyer taught our 2 senior infant classes about water safety and gave each boy a wristband, which were sent to every primary school nationwide by Water Safety Ireland, to mark National Safety Awareness Week (17_23 June).
Senior Infants showed off their hurling prowess at a blitz organised by Nenagh Eire Óg in Mc Donagh Park. All the boys really enjoyed this well organised event.
The boys spent a really enjoyable day at Tearaways Pet Farm,meeting the animals and playing. There was plenty of things to do and the boys were exhausted by the time it came to go home.
The boys had great fun at their Easter Egg hunt and were delighted that their classmate Oskar won the bike in the Easter Raffle.
Easter in the language class. We had an Easter egg hunt outside and made some Easter nests. We filled them with chocolate eggs and a mammy and daddy chick.
Mr. Prout's class put on a great performance of their play 'Jack and the Beanstalk'. Their parents will be very proud of all their hard work.
Our oak trees have started to grow.