Archive for Active School
Junior Infants enjoyed learning about Minibeasts. They enjoyed a minibeast hunt around the school and collected lots of different minibeasts including snails, slugs, worms, spiders and even a frog! The children also made their own minibeasts using playdoh.
Junior Infants and The Haven class recently enjoyed their school tour to Westport. The children enjoyed the journey on the bus from Knock to Claremorris, the train from Claremorris to Westport and then the children enjoyed playtime in The Wild West. We had a great time and so much fun.
Junior Infants and The Haven class recently enjoyed a trip to Claremorris to Mc Mahon Park. The children loved this park and had a lovely walk around the lake. They also enjoyed feeding the ducks, geese and goslings. They also had the opportunity to enjoy their lunch outside in the beautiful weather we are having at the moment.
Ms. Sarsfields and Ms. Boyles classes enjoyed a trip to Mc Mahon Park where they fed the ducks and enjoyed a walk around the lake. The children then went to Claremorris Athletic Track and took part in different athletic disciplines including Hurdles, Long Jump, High Jump and The Relay. Great fun was had by all:-)
We will hold a Red and Green Day, next Friday, September 16th. Children are asked to dress in red and green on the day to show their support for Mayo. As this is also National Fitness Day we have lots of fun sporting activities planned for the children and staff.
Ms. Sarsfield’s Junior and Senior Infants were busy during the month of June. They learnt about all the different jungle animals, the Aistear area was ‘The Vets’, and the children also made their own jungle animals using playdoh and construction materials.
Ms. Sarsfiled’s class went to Claremorris on their School Tour. They visited the Garda Station, they had playtime in Pots of Fun and also went for a walk in Mc Mahon Park, where they cooled down with ice-lollies. The final part of the tour was a trip to The Playground. A fun day was had by all.:-)
Junior and Senior Infants went on the bus to Claremorris Track to take part in an athletics session.
Well done to Thomas Joyce who has been nominated as one of the Connaught Telegraph’s Young Sport Star of the Year. The Reader’s Choice Award will be announced at the 2015 Connaught Telegraph Young Sports Stars of the Year which will take place on Friday 5th February in the Breaffy House Hotel. Thomas is currently in Hungary, representing Ireland at a European Tournament. Well done Thomas. You can find out more by clicking on the link below