The boys and girls from Senior Infants harvested apples from the trees outside Mr O Brien’s office. They collected two full boxes of apples this year!
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The junior infants in Room 18 have been showing a huge interest in the pumpkins that were growing in our school since September so they were thrilled when Mrs Quinlan allowed us to pick one for our classroom! We spent time today exploring the pumpkins appearance, weight, shape, smell and even got to feel the […]
It is always very exciting to see our new Junior Infants coming to ‘big school’ for the first time. This year the infants had a treat in store on their first day – they went to see the fairy doors in the garden. We have no doubt that the sprinkling of magic fairy dust will […]
Ms. Lomasney’s Junior Infants have been very busy in the polytunnel. They were delighted to see that their ‘grassheads’ have grown fine heads of hair – in fact they may need a trim before the children take them home!!
Ms Lomasney’s class have been busy painting fairy doors and they have created some excitement in the infant corridor! They sprinkled a little glitter to “attract” the fairies to take up residence and it looks like Mrs Harnedy will soon have some tiny new neighbours!!
The children of the junior classes just love putting their wellies on and going out to play in the garden….. a little drop of rain does not deter them from enjoying playtime!
The children of Junior Infants always enjoy a picnic and what better buddy to bring along than your favourite teddy!
Ms. Lomasney’s Junior Infants have been very busy recently. They enjoyed planting some summer flowers.
Our Junior Infants love that old favourite’ Márla’ and they really use their imaginations to create some wonderful work. They work hard to roll, pinch and press the márla into shape and they love to talk about their creations.
The pupils of Scoil Oilibhéir got into the holiday spirit as they dressed in green for St. Patrick’s Day. The school was a blaze of green, white and gold yesterday as the children sported leipreachán hats and shamrocks, green tutus and Ireland jerseys. The infant classes in particular love to dress up and they really […]