RM 15 got to grips with procedural writing today. They made tayto sandwiches , wrote the instructions step by step and then got to enjoy all their hard work!! Even Mr Elliffe called in for a bite! Maith sibh a pháistí!
There were some new pupils in junior infants today and their favourite toys came in for show and tell. 🙂
Second class finished off the term by completing their class novel ‘The BFG’ and creating their magical dream jars. Fantastic work boys and girls.
Recently the three third classes had a zoom meeting with author Debbie Thomas as part of the 2021 children’s Book Festival. Debbie has written lots of children’s books perfect for third class children including ‘My Secret Dragon’ and ‘Monkey Business’. We did a hilarious activity with her where we created a character from a scribble. […]
Second class have been learning all about procedural writing. You learn better by doing, so that’s what we did! We made Tayto sandwiches and then wrote down how to do it, step by step and what we needed. Yum!!
Every day straight after break the children of 1st Class – Mrs Gleeson & Ms Daly – spend almost 15 minutes on personal reading. They have been working hard on building up their Reading Stamina Muscles since September! Most days you won’t hear a sound as you pass by Room 24 during Drop Everything And Read time. […]
The posters are up, the leaflets are out so it can only mean one thing: the Scholastic Book Fair has landed in Scoil Oilibhéir. The best new children’s books are on sale. The school receives 60% commission on all sales. The school hall is full of books and book projects done by every pupil in […]
Scoil Oilibhéir are delighted to announce our exciting and important SHARE A STORY campaign to get everyone sharing stories from breakfast to bedtime. Reading with your child now will have long-lasting benefits for their future and, because we know how busy you are, the great news is that reading together for JUST 10 MINUTES a […]
World Book Day took place on Thursday 7th March and the boys and girls in Scoil Oilibhéir were very lucky to take home some World Book Day tokens. These tokens are worth €1.50 towards a new book or can be exchanged for a special free World Book Day book (a list of these can […]
Mrs Traynor’s 6th class were the lucky recipients of a set of new novels very generously donated by St. Aidan’s Community School. The highly acclaimed books, The Breadwinner, were presented to the children by First Year children and past pupils of Scoil Oilibhéir. All pupils in 6th class are very grateful and we look forward to reading the book and sharing our reviews […]