At the Farm

In Senior Infants we have been learning about the farm. In Aistear we learn about different topics and places through play and for the past few weeks we have been experiencing the farm. We made different farm animals, like pigs, chicks and sheep in Art. We played with different toy animals and got to pretend to be farmers. We planted seeds and looked at the different things that grow during springtime. We sorted animals, fruits and vegetables and matched animals to their babies and to where they live. We pretended to work in and visit the farmer's market and fruit and vegetable shop. We also learned a lot of things about the farm and we know that the farm is a very busy place. The farmer mi

Tonight's the night 🎶🎵🎼

After many months of thought, planning and preparation on behalf of the organisers, teachers and students, April 6th a much talked about date in 10 Mayo schools, has arrived. The @NCC or National Children's Choir comes to Mayo under the great stewardship of Aideen McPaul and the sublime musical direction of Kathy Quinn. We are thrilled to be involved and delighted to be able to offer this opportunity to our students here. None of this would have been possible without the collective hard work and enthusiasm on behalf of the organisers and teachers. Here in school we are grateful to our hardworking and generous teachers in 4th & 5th, who undertook the project, namely Ms Paula Heaney, Bean Uí C

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