Category Archives: Senior Infants

Reading buddies – Senior Infants and 6th

After our very successful writing buddies session last week, we couldn’t wait to work together again! So today, the boys from Senior Infants and 6th paired up again and read stories to each other. The older boys remembered some classics … Continue reading

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Writing buddies – Seniors and 6th class!

The boys in Senior Infants have been learning all about different kinds of jobs and workplaces. Today they paired up with a buddy in 6th class and wrote about what they would like to do when they grow up. They … Continue reading

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Senior Infant rockets!

We had so much fun colouring, cutting and sticking rockets recently! We got very creative with our designs!

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Learning from our peers…

We were delighted to get a visit from big boys in 5th class who came to show us what they have being doing with their Vex Robotics. We were suitable impressed by what we saw. Well done boys!

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Tall towers in Seniors!

The boys in Senior Infants just love building towers – the taller the better! The best of all is when they come crashing down!

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Halloween fun in Senior Infants!

We have been waiting patiently for Halloween all month long! We did lovely pumpkin artwork and made a spooky book of worksheets too. We dressed up in costumes today and had lots of fun. We badly need the week off after … Continue reading

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Ag obair go dian… arís!

We know the end of the week is in sight when Senior Infants start working harder than usual… it can only mean one thing… it must be nearly Golden Day!! Here’s a sneak peek at some of the work we … Continue reading

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