Ms Murray and Ms Conroy’s classes have been writing letters to Santa for the past two weeks under the watchful eye of Ms Grennan in their Aistear time. They’ve pretended to work in the post office, made their own post boxes and even designed some stamps!
Today, they took a walk down to the big post box in O’ Connor Square and posted those letters to the North Pole. On their way back, they walked through the Bridge Centre to take a look at the beautiful decorations and Santa’s grotto and were gifted Santa hats! A wonderful and unexpected treat.
It was a very exciting assembly today as our new Green Team members received their official Green Team jackets!! Well done girls. This team works so hard ensuring that our school maintains a Green School status. Attached is a thought provoking clip on the difference an education makes.
Mr. Walsh brought some Bronze age objects, which were loaned to us from the national museum, into 3rd and 2st class today and answered a lot of questions about being an archaeologist. How lucky are we to have Mr. Walsh’s expertise!!
Ms Daly’s Class were busy making foam book marks this week just in time for the festive season.
Ms Daly’s class enjoyed taking turns & learning new things this week during their board game stations.
Scoil Mhuire Choir is delighted to be taking part in this wonderful annual event on Sunday 2nd of December. Dare we say that it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas???
How lucky are the students of Ms. Waters’ and Ms. Daly’s class??? So lucky! Here they are baking up a storm and decorating. Nothing left over for the rest of us!!!
Today is the final day of the book fair. There are plenty of books to choose from for all age groups and interests. The books are in the Parents’ Room and for purchase from 1:30pm until 3:30pm.