Tag Archives: biodiversity

The Pip Project

The Pip Project

3rd Class Room 14 are doing a ‘Pip Project’. The children are really enthusiastic and it has really taken off. First the children were invited to plant any pips from the fruit they had for their lunches. Saorla found some mystery seeds in the yard and we have planted them. Perhaps we will end up […]

A Harvest of Pears

A Harvest of Pears

We have pears growing in the school grounds.
Thank you to Michael the caretaker and the
Parents’ Gardening Committee all their work.

Na boilb agus an cabáiste

Chuir muid ár gcabáiste agus fataí san Earrach. Féach http://sninbhear.edublogs.org/2017/04/10/ag-cur-glasrai/.                                     Anois, t

What happened when wolves were reintroduced to a habitat – from ‘Sustainable Human’

When we were working towards the Green Flag for Biodiversity we learned what would happen if snow leopards became extinct. What would happen if the snow leopard was removed from a food chain. The results would be devastating for an ecosystem. You can read about that HERE Happily this next video (from Sustainable Human) is a […]

The Gardening Committee have done it AGAIN

MANY, MANY THANKS to the Parents’ Association’s Gardening Committee. They make the school year so interesting for us and great fun. Today they organised us planting vegetables in the school garden. Take a look at the slide show below to see more. Thanks to Ms. Murray for taking the photographs. Click on THIS LINK to see other […]

Ag cur glasraí (Step 1)

An t-earrach atá anois agus tá an gáirdín réidh chun planadí a chur. Inné chuaigh na daltaí ó ranganna Naí, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 agus 6 amach agus chuir siad plandaí cabáiste, oiniúin, gairleóg agus fataí. Bhí lián agus lamhaínní ag gach du…

Signs of Spring in the school grounds

Signs of Spring in the school grounds

The apple trees, silver birch and umbrella tree are blossoming and blooming. Thank you to the Gardening Committee, the Parents Association, the Green School Committee and Michael the caretaker for all your hard work.

‘Spring Alive’ website – encouraging children’s interest in nature and migratory birds

What a great website!
‘Spring Alive is an international project to encourage children’s interest in nature and the conservation of migratory birds and to get them to take action for birds and other wildlife…’
There are games and col…

Two lambs came to visit the school today.

Thank you Frank, Daire, Laoise and Ceoladh for bringing them in. It was such a treat for us all. Here are the lambs in Room 3. Take a look. It is VERY cute.

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