Aug
20
Filed Under (3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, Class blogs and information) by jmccormick4866 on 20-08-2013

What a fantastic year it has been for academic achievement and in particular for sporting achievement in our school, especially for our award winning pupils.   Have a look at our pupils’ award winning smiles as they hold their well deserved trophies and medals. Congratulations to you all.

              

Aug
20

             

Mar
22
Filed Under (3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, Class blogs and information) by jmccormick4866 on 22-03-2013

Raffle Prize Winners. We hope you enjoy your Easter egg!

 

4th Class Easter Hats!

5th and 6th Class Full Attendance Term 2

Term 2 3rd and 4th Full Attendance

Class Students of the Term

Mathletics Champions

 

Jan
24
Filed Under (6th, Class blogs and information) by ckelly0273 on 24-01-2012

While studying World War II in history,  6th class studied countries of Europe. Together they completed colourful projects which included information on currency, favourite foods, tourist attractions, history and information about the people.

Nov
23
Filed Under (6th) by jmccormick4866 on 23-11-2011

Celtic torcs date back to very early periods of Celtic history. Originally, the torcs were worn by men only, and some people believe they were battle jewelry – worn as decoration, to be sure, but also to stop a blade.

Whether that’s the case or not, they were – and perhaps still are! – a sign of rank and wealth. Those with money wore Celtic torcs of gold and silver; those without wore Celtic torcs of iron. In either case, the torc remains a symbol of Celtic influence.