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Wacky Walk 2018

Just a few little snaps from our very successful Wacky walk. Well done to everyone who completed the 5 km circuit, some in fancy dress! Thank you to everybody who supported the event and our wonderful enthusiastic fundraising committee who organised it…

Active Week 2018

What a busy week we have all had! Well done to every pupil who participated to the best of their ability, throughout all of the various activities, organised for Active week 2018. A massive thank you to all the parents who got involved, be it helping o…

Gymnastics in the sun

Another great week learning new techniques in gymnastics! This week we enjoyed a fun tag warm activity, plenty of stretching and side carts! Thank you Lorraine!

Gymnastics

We have had so much fun participating in gymnastics sessions with Lorraine from Kids n’motion. So far we have tried rolling techniques and handstands along with many unusual stretching positions. The sun has shone throughout both lessons so pleas…

Butterfly Goodbyes

We had great fun watching our little caterpillars transform into beautiful painted lady butterflies. Alas, it was time to say goodbye to Sky, Mary, Little flower, Missy and Frederick. We released them and waved goodbye, as we know they have such an imp…

Our first born BUTTERFLY

Our very first Painted Lady Butterfly has emerged from its Chrysalis. It is just getting used to its habitat right now. It will stay here for 3 days before being released with its friends. In the mean time we will feed it nectar and leave fruit and flo…

50th Parkrun!

Huge congratulations to Eve who celebrated completing her 50th Parkrun recently. What an achievement! Well done Eve. You are setting a fine example for all of us!

GAA skills with Eoin

The children really enjoyed their first session with Eoin. It was lovely that the sun stayed out to play also!

Caterpillars – Our fuzzy friends!

It has been really interesting so far, observing the changes that have occurred in our caterpillars, in one week! They started off so tiny and look at them now. They have been feeding so well and alot of waste, called frass, is evident in the jars. The…

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