Dates for Diary

August 2019
Thursday 29th: School reopens for children at 9am

Friday, 30 May 2008

Our Science Court

We took advantage of the nice weather to go out to look at the equipment in our Science Court.

Room 11 looked to see what direction the wind was blowing.
They saw how the anemometer measures how fast the wind blows.

Junior Infants looked at the rain guage and the cloud cover mirror.

Thursday, 29 May 2008

Second Class Tour

The four classes in Second Class went on the Causey Experience for their school tour.

They learnt all about the bog and had such a great time!

Sunday, 25 May 2008

First Holy Communion

Children from our Second Classes made their First Holy Communion in the Church on Saturday.

They had spent many weeks preparing with their teachers and with Fr. Michael. They had special candles and certificates from their Enrolment Ceremony on display. They presented flowers, a football, candles, a globe, our Green Schools certificate, Enrolment Certificates and the bread and wine to the altar in the Entrance Procession.

The girls and boys all looked beautiful and had a lovely day.

Friday, 23 May 2008

Senior Infant Tour

Our Senior Infant Classes went to visit Newgrange Farm this week.

They had lots of fun and saw lots of different animals.

You can see more photos by clicking on their very own webpage:

Tuesday, 20 May 2008

Junior Infant Tour

Our Junior Infant Classes went on their school tour to Newbridge House last week. They had so much fun. The weather was so beautiful and sunny.

First, they walked around the farm. They saw lots of different animals.

After lunch, they visited the playground. It was brilliant!

Have a look at more photos of their tour on their very own webpage.

Friday, 2 May 2008

American Visitors!

We said goodbye today to our two American students who have been completing their final teaching practice in our school over the last number of weeks.
Katie and Kelsey come from Misericordia University in Pennsylvania and have been working with our First Classes.
Our school has hosted a number of students from the University over the past number of years and continues to enjoy a special relationship with our teaching colleagues in the USA. We hope that they have enjoyed their time with us in Corduff.