This term Fourth Class has been chosen to take part in an interesting and exciting project with four scientists from UCD, in Dublin! Usually UCD does this project with schools close to the university in Dublin, but this year, because of the pandemic and remote learning they were able to open up the opportunity to schools a bit further away. Luckily we were one of only four classes in the whole country chosen! We have been meeting our four scientists, Deeba, Jack, Lisa and Sha
This is a compilation of all the fabulous examples of activities and work engaged in by our pupils during our Art for Wellbeing morning on Thursday February 11th. We sincerely thank Ms Healy, our Creative Schools Co-ordinator for organising this and all the staff for facilitating and promoting it. Mr Healy and his band Boxing Banjo feature on the soundtrack to the video!
The staff chose this week as an ideal week to pause and focus on wellbeing and so they have worked together to come up with learning experiences that promote and centre on wellbeing for the three days next week with less of an emphasis on the traditional written activities. As you know we have been selected to take part in the Creative Schools and Creative Cluster project. The staff is committed to bringing the children the widest range of opportunities even during this lockd
Our school community may not have celebrated Internet Safety in the normal way this year but they knew that it was now even ore important than ever to celebrate it together remotely. Look at this video which gives us a very simple but really necessary message. Thanks to all who contributed towards it. Please see webwise.ie for even more resources.