A part of our daily routine in the Senior Haven is to engage in sensory activities. Here some of the pupils made their own stress ball at home. Both the process of making the ball and the final product itself should provide feedback that helps to self-regulate. I love the work the students have produced and am very keen to create my own stress ball myself ☺️
Class teachers will continue using online learning platforms this morning. If you experience any challenges accessing the learning forums, please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
You should have also received access codes for Nessy Learning and links to websites for each class level. There are a range of additional online resources that you may also wish to access with your child. Please find links to these supports below:
Today’s fun family challenge. Build the tallest tower you can out of lego or whatever you have. Fantastic work!
Dr Ronan Glynn, Deputy Chief Medical Officer at the Department of Health answers children’s questions on the Coronavirus
Activities to celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge will be as follows:
Friday 13th March is Green Day – children to dress in Green/National Colours to celebrate – they can be as inventive as they wish.
There will also be an Irish Cookery Demonstration and Tasting – Children from the senior classes will cook some traditional Irish food. All the children in the school will get the opportunity to taste the food that will be prepared.
Thursday 19th March – All classes will perform Irish poems/songs for each other.
A whole school Tráith na gCéist will take place in the afternoon.
Friday 20th March – All children will take part in a traditional Irish dance workshop.
We will also hold a Gaelic games activity day when all the children in the school will get to take part in GAA games throughout the day, i.e. Gaelic football, hurling, rounders and handball.
Attention of boys and girls aged 9+
Junior golf registration 2020
Junior golf registration and information evening will be held on
Thursday, March 12th at 6.30 p.m. in Ballyhaunis golf club. Anyone
interested in joining the club or in attending junior golf sessions
during the year is invited to attend, along with a parent/guardian.
Membership for the year (€60 for first family member, €50 per
subsequent member – includes €10 insurance fee) may be paid on the
night. Fee includes free golf sessions with lessons during school
holidays and full use of the club’s facilities (accompanied by an