If you want to do a quiz on an Accelerated Reader book, click on this link or click on the picture below.
Click on the link below for spelling games for 2nd and 3rd Class, using the words from your Jolly Grammar workbooks.
There was great excitement today when some Grannies and Grandads came to visit our school. Fr James came to say Mass and afterwards everyone had a cup of tea or coffee and some treats. Click on the photos below to see the pupils performing songs and poems for the delighted audience.
The Student Council have been busy planning lots of fun activities for Halloween and the last day before mid term break. They also gave the teachers a lovely treat for World Teachers Day.
2nd and 3rd have been learning all about Halloween. They have studied the history of this special festival and also how other cultures celebrate it. They have produced great work and love presenting their efforts to an audience.The gallery was not found!
12 boys and girls competed in a football blitz held in Tulla Football Club on October 8th. The weather held out and a great day was had by all. Thanks to all parents who volunteered their time and transported our eager footballers. They gave great support and cheer to the players. Thanks also to Brian McMahon who greatly inspired our team by rehearsing before play their many goal celebrations. As usual the children represented the school and parish with great pride. A credit to all.
Take a look at some highlights of code week in the video. Thank you to Miss O’Loughlin for helping the pupils create their own animations using the Scratch computer program.
Pupils in 4th, 5th and 6th class were challenged with building a rainforest dwelling/house that would withstand monsoon conditions. They were encouraged to use natural materials as far as possible. Children used wooden blocks; mud; twigs; leaves; elastic bands; bits of tiles/slates and some tinfoil for the roof.
All houses were well designed and survived the initial monsoon weather conditions (rain – and wind). However when they began to dry out in the coming days some houses suffered damage to the walls from the dry conditions – the walls became too dry and started cracking. They had great fun designing and building the houses and putting them to the test.
The annual East Clare Primary Schools cross country event took place yesterday in Lees Road. Well done to all the children who took part – over thirty children represented the school at the event. Thank you to Mrs Conlon, Mary and all the parents who attended the event and helped the children on the day. Congratulations to Aoibheann Daly who goes on to represent the school at the county day in November.