March Moments!

It was wonderful to see all the children back in school this month – here are some of the highlights!

The Aistear theme in the infant room this month was ‘At the Garden Centre’. They all love the ‘role play’ area!

Out and about in the School Garden.
Fun with chalk in the yard!
A lovely Spring day for a nature walk.
Easter activities and Spring art.
First Class made some gorgeous flowers, vases and cards for Mother’s Day.
We have some great Engineers and Builders in 1st Class!
Fun in the School Garden and planting seeds in the shelter.
Easter chicks!
2nd Class were delighted with virtual visits from past pupils Ellen and Séamus who demonstrated some Trad music on their accordion and concertina.
Investigating weight in Maths.
Mother’s Day plant pots with 3D paper flowers.
2nd Class did some group research and projects on hot countries.
‘Animal Crackers’ virtual workshop with children’s author Sarah Webb and illustrator Alan Nolan. Sarah shared some amazing animal facts with the children and Alan gave them a step by step tutorial on how to draw an Amazonian Tree frog!
Orienteering challenge.
It’s that time of the year again – Egg Drop Challenge! First was the design of the egg ‘jacket’.
Next, the making of the egg ‘jacket’.
Finally. the EGG DROP! There was only one casualty!
Easter sock bunnies!
Hatching Easter Chicks.
Planting flower bulbs in the School Garden.
Thanks for the end of term ice cream Ms Collins!
4th Class doing a spot of gardening.
A gorgeous day for a Spring walk.
Fantastic 4th Class Easter Bunnies!
Ice cream in the sun – a great way to end the term!
5th and 6th Class did the Stations of the Cross in Sacred Heart Church, Rath.
Buaiteoirí Tráth na gCeist don Seachtain na Gaeilge Neilas, Shane and Cathal.
Find the chicks amongst the eggs!
5th and 6th Class enjoying a wonderful talk on Trees in Spring by Éanna Ní Lamhna and the National Tree Council.
Planting spuds!
End of term ice cream – what a treat!
Prize winners for their first frog surveys from Baltimore Tidy Towns!
A lovely Easter poem from Baltimore Tidy Towns.
A final thought on this term…we’ve all certainly got up, carried on and done ALOT! Well done everyone!

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