Four of Ms. Fitzgerald’s Junior Infants, Conor, Ethan, Ava and Irena visited Mr. O’ Brien’s office with the bridges they designed and built with their parents. Mr O’ Brien was delighted with the amazing work of these pupils and parents!
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!
Well, the day has only begun and already our school hall is a hive of activity as parents come to view our wonderful artwork. The exhibition of our children’s work is open all day so come along and enjoy the display. Our sincere thanks to the Friends of Scoil Oilibhéir who are on hand, as […]
The junior classes had a great treat today when the Fire Engine came to visit. The engine parked in the churchyard and our junior children were shown round by the firemen. The children had the opportunity to hold the equipment, to sit in the truck and to use the hose….such excitement! We would like to […]
The Easter Bunny made an early appearance in Scoil Oilibhéir this week….. he is obviously a very busy bunny these days!! The Junior Infants got a wonderful surprise when they went out to find that the bunny had scattered eggs around the garden. What fun for the children as they searched for chocolate treasure…… and, […]
As part of the Aistear programme, all the Junior Infants are exploring the theme of food for the month of November. To tie in with our Lifeskills programme we decided to learn how to make sandwiches. So it was off to the shop to buy bread, ham, cheese, jam and bananas. On the way we […]
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 […]
Our Junior Infants stood out from the crowd today as they made their way home wearing their brand new Hi-Vis vests. The vests are provided as part of an initiative sponsored by Electric Ireland and the Road Safety Authority aimed at highlighting road safety among primary school pupils and the wider community. Many thanks to […]
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!!