Students in An Droichead 1 have been learning about Classifying Animals this week and created some beautiful oil pastel giraffes today. Maith sibh!
The boys and girls in An Droichead have been very busy decorating their corridor for Easter.
The students of An Droichead 1 were delighted to see a snake skin and a tarantula skin today. They got to look, touch, smell and hold the skins and had lots of questions to ask! Thank you Ms Connolly for bringing them in to us!
The NCSE or National Council for Special Education have many online resources available on their website. They can be found here. Below are two of their resources; An Introduction to Baking and a document with Apps and Websites for language development. An-Introduction-to-Baking Apps-and-Websites-with-Language-Games-and-Activities
The students in An Droichead have been very busy making some wonderful winter art. They used different fabrics to create some cosy hot water bottles, bubble wrap to make some snowy winter trees and had great fun mixing colours for their lovely cups of tea and hot chocolate! Maith sibh a pháistí!
The boys and girls in An Droichead 1 used mirrors to help them create some wonderful self-portraits today.
Today we invited Fr. John, Ms. Barry Murphy, Ms. Collins and Mr. Forde to our sensory room for its official opening. We wanted to express our sincere thanks to them for all the work they did to make this room possible. Fr. John organised Strictly Come Dancing Blackpool last Easter. As well as this, he […]
We are very excited to be opening our Sensory Room in Scoil Oilibhéir very soon. We have been able to do this for our pupils due to the generosity of Fr. John O’Donovan and the parish of The Blackpool, The Glen & Ballyvolane. You might remember Blackpool Does Strictly last March? Fr. John, on behalf […]
An Droichead went to Tír na Sí in Watergrasshill yesterday. We had great fun on the farm and in their play zones. The train ride around the farm and feeding the goats were the special highlights of the day and we finished it off with a delicious lunch in the Tír na Sí restaurant. A […]
On Tuesday February 5th some boys and girls in Scoil Oilibhéir celebrated Chinese New Year 2019- the year of the pig. In Room 4, Mrs Wong visited to tell the 1st class children all about the Chinese New year. The children were given red envelopes with coins in them and also taught how to use […]