Aine’s class had great fun today with these challenges! They were great for encouraging thinking and problem solving.
Patricia’s class made 3D shapes for Maths week. Being able to physically see the difference between a shape with three sides and one with five helps with number sense, a key to all math success. Well done to everyone!
Orla’s class enjoying Maths week outside as well as inside!
Well done to the teachers, SNAs and students involved. What an exciting fun interesting week! “There should be no such thing as boring mathematics.” – Edsger Dijkstra. Would you agree?
Please read the school newsletter regarding not attending school if feeling unwell. A copy of this letter is sent home to parents on Friday 2nd of October 2020. The most important message is that pupils should not attend if feeling unwell. Please download links below to read the letter.
Second week back to school and we are delighted to say that our students have adapted well to all the new changes and rules. Its fantastic to see the school alive and buzzing again. Our principal Eimear O Rourke and our staff are very glad to see our students happy. Below is a short message from Eimear welcoming our students back to school.
The HPSC (Health Protection Surveillance Centre) has published the documents below in recent days which may be of guidance to you as we all work together to ensure the health and wellbeing of those in our school community.
Very clear guidance around when pupils should and should not isolate or restrict their movements
Details about how any potential cases within the school may be dealt with by the public health authorities.
Watch the video below in ISL