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Can you recognise the girls from Room 26???
We had a spooktacular walk around Trim on Friday to tie in with our Be Active programme. We hope we didn’t scare anyone on our walk!! Ms Dalton’s boys and girls were really scary looking! We measured the distance of … Continue reading
The boys and girls in Room 9 were very busy this month designing, shaping and painting some clay owls. First they had to shape the clay, then they added some details and when they were dry we painted them. It … Continue reading
We have just finished the first term of school with a very eventful day! We began our last day of term with a competition to design and face-paint teachers face! Thank you Ava Walsh for your frightening creation! At 10am … Continue reading
Some of the Green Committee were treated to a gardening experience today with Frank Dalton. Frank explained how to plant properly to ensure good growth and the girls asked him lots of questions. It was a lovely therapeutic way to spend an afternoon session! Frank made our school … Continue reading
On Friday 16th October, we went to Trim Library for the Children’s Book Festival. There were two other schools there also. We met two authors, Steve Barlow and Steve Skidmore (‘The 2 Steves’). They were both really silly and funny. … Continue reading
Fourth Class were busy exploring Trim Castle today. We had a wonderful guided tour with Brenda and learned lots of interesting facts and features about the castle. We are learning about Medieval castles in History so we knew lots of … Continue reading
Féilte 2015, the festival of Education in Learning and Teaching Excellence took place in the RDS in Dublin last Saturday. Now in its third year, Féilte celebrates innovation in teaching and its theme this year was ‘Sharing Teaching- Connecting Learning’. The … Continue reading
5th class have just completed a very busy month back at school! This month we have created power point presentation on our favourite breed of dog. The girls have worked really hard to create an individual power point and a … Continue reading