Check out our beautiful autumn weaving. It was really relaxing weaving the wool in and out to create these beautiful trees.
Congratulations and well done to the boys and girls in 3rd Class who made their First Holy Communion on Saturday, September 12th. You were all brilliant and everyone in Scoil San Nioclás is very proud of you. Thank you to Ms Flanagan for preparing the boys and girls and to Mrs Walsh for her beautiful music and singing on the day.
Even the sun shone brightly to celebrate!
The boys and girls in 3rd Class will be celebrating their First Holy Communion very soon. Here are some prayers to practice at home. It is going to be a wonderful day!
Hello 3rd and 4th Class.
Can you believe we finish up today for the summer? It has been a very strange last term, we have missed out on lots of really fun and exciting days at school, but I know you have all had fun and laughter at home too...
You have learned new skills that you will keep for life-you have baked and cooked and created, you have sang, danced and boxercised... You have continued to work hard on your reading, writing, maths, Irish, history, geography, science....You have adjusted to distance learning... You have taken time to think about the special and unique person that you are... You have spent time with the people you love and made the most of an uncertain time. YOU HAVE ALL BEEN AMAZING!!
I know I have said it already, but I am SO PROUD of each and every one of you. You will always remember the time we all stayed home- you are part of something the world has never experienced before.
I hope you all have a happy and safe summer and that we will all be together again in September.
Mind yourselves and each other and stay safe.
Keep washing those hands!
Mrs Duffy :)
Just a reminder : All Seesaw accounts will close today at 11am. Anyone who wishes to log on and download their journal will have 60 days to do so. After this you will no longer have access to your work.
Here is a photo of you all taken in September. I missed all your lovely smiles. I bet you've all grown so much!
We are celebrating Active Week from Monday 15th-Friday 19th June. Below you will find some suggestions for activities to take part in over the week. They are a mix of indoor and outdoor activities. You can also add in your own. Aim to be active for at least 60 minutes everyday. Keep a record of your active time. Have fun!
Here are the answers for your revision chapters this week. I hope you all found the work ok!
I hope you all enjoyed Creative Week. I really loved seeing your photos. Well done on your super work too. You have all done so well over the past few months and I am so proud of each and every one of you.
Here is your work for next week- the final stretch before the holidays! I have included English, Irish and Maths activities. We will also be celebrating Active Week and you'll find activity suggestions in the next post. I hope you all have lots of fun- feel free to send me photos (email@example.com) I'd love to see them.
For easier activities, click here. You can also find all your activities on Seesaw.
Have a lovely weekend and I'll be in touch next week!
Mrs Duffy :)
Let's get CREATIVE!
Criunniú na nÓg - Ireland’s national day of free creative activities for children and young people under the age of 18 takes place on Saturday 13th June.
To celebrate this, we are running Creative Week from Monday 8th- Friday 12th June.
Check out the activities chart below for some fun activities to try at home. There are six different activities to try, a mixture of art, music and dance. I'd love to see some photos of anything you create!
Here are your Maths answers for the week. I hope you enjoyed your activities- feel free to send them to me!
Hello 3rd & 4th Class,
I hope you all had a good week. It was lovely to hear from so many of you and as ever, your photos and chat made me smile.
We have been so lucky with the weather- I've been thinking about summer days at school- lots of outdoor activities, extra play, friendship week, active week and all the lovely activities we usually enjoy together. They will be extra special the next time!
This week I have planned English, Irish and Maths activities as usual. For easier activities, click here.
This week we will also be celebrating Creative Week.In the next post you will see six creative activities to try. You can pick and choose which to do if that suits you and your family better.
I hope you will have great fun and I'd love to see photos of your wonderful creations. You can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. I can't wait to see them! You can also email them to mrsstanleystabannon if you'd like them included in our school newspaper.
Have a great weekend everyone and I'll chat to you next week.
Mrs Duffy :)
We have arranged for your child’s/children’s school books, copybooks and belongings to be collected from the school on Thursday 11th June.
End of Year School reports will be available on this day also.
Please bring back your child’s/children’s rental books. A record of the books returned will be taken, as those damaged or not returned will be charged for in full.
Here is a list of the 3rd & 4th Class rental books;
Ready to Go Reader
Ready to Go Portfolio book
Am don Léamh 3
Action Maths 3
Lift Off! Reader
Lift Off! Portfolio book
Am don Léamh 4
Action Maths 4
Please have these books in a plastic bag and clearly label with your child’s name and a list of the books enclosed.
The following times have been assigned. Those whose surname begins with A-L please attend anytime between 12:00 and 13:00 and those whose surname begins with M-Z please attend anytime between 13:00 to 14:00. If these times are not suitable please arrange to swap with another family and we will accommodate you accordingly.
You are invited to please remain outside the school wall and staff will be on hand to assist you.
Please adhere to the 2 metres social distancing protocol as per public health guidelines.
Thanking you in advance,
Hello Rang 3 & 4
I hope everyone had a great week and well done to you all on all the fantastic work you've been emailing and submitting through Seesaw. I'm glad you are enjoying it. If you haven't requested a code yet, it's not too late. Just email me at email@example.com and you can join in on the fun.
Here is your work for the upcoming week. It's a bank holiday so you can take Monday off. I hope it will be a nice weekend. Imagine Monday is June 1st! Only a few more weeks of school left. It has been so long since we've all been together at school. I miss every one of you and the fun, the laughter and the stories.
This week I'd like to see your persuasive writing and maths graphs. You can send anything else you like, too.
Click here for easier Maths and English activities
Remember, Mrs Stanley would love to include your photos in the school newspaper (click here to see it) A parent can email your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a great weekend everyone and I'll chat to you all next week.
Mrs Duffy :)
I hope you are all well. I'm delighted that so many if you have joined up to Seesaw. I hope you'll enjoy using it! If you haven't requested a code yet you can still do so by emailing me at email@example.com
I'm posting your work for the week below. You will also find it on Seesaw. I'd love to see your finished story and your Irish sentences. And anything else you'd like to send! I really love hearing from you!
As usual, click here for easier English and Maths activities.
Don't forget you can send your photos of what you've been up to, to firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to be in our school newspaper.
Have a lovely weekend and I'll chat to you all soon.