Some new guests have checked into our Bug Hotel!
On 20th January some members of the Green Schools’ Committee started planting in the Native Garden.
A Rowan tree, 2 Holly Trees, Honeysuckle, Ferns, Lavender, Sage, Pyrocanthia, Virginia Creeper and wildflowers were planted with the help of Mrs Berrill, Mr Shevlin and Stephen.
Here are some pictures from the day:
Our annual Open Day will take place on Tuesday February 9th from 2 – 4 p.m. Prospective parents and students can get a tour of the school and get a flavour of some of the activities that run in the school. Enrolment forms can be submitted on the day. You can download a copy of our Enrolment Form below.
Today R7 went to the computer class to type our projects on our Galapagos animals. After, once we finished it properly we had free time. We had a good time.
Today in G2 we created our own indoor wormery. Using soil, sand, chalk and stones we created a layered environment for our new guests to live in. We added grass and dead leaves to the top so the worms would have something to eat. We are going to observe our new friends every day and see how they settle in to G2.
Today R7 had computer time at 2:00. We had to write our poems that we wrote with Mrs. Horan yesterday. We then printed it and were allowed to have free time after.
This week we were lucky enough to have Mr. Donnelly from University of Limerick in working with our class this week. He told us about different types of bridges and how they work. We then spent time designing and building our own bridges!! Thanks Mr. Donnelly for all your help!!