Fáilte / Welcome
I would like to welcome you to St Mary's website and to invite you to spend a few minutes with us. I would particularly like to welcome past pupils and visitors from other schools.
The emphasis in our site is on the work and activities of the children, but we do also have a Prospectus and staff information. Our website is an embodiment of our motto:
"Ní neart go cur le chéile" - which means that there is strength in togetherness.
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Monthly Archives: January 2016
After the Christmas holidays, we started to gather and collect lots of recyclable materials that we could use to create a robot. We worked together in groups, planning and preparing, sketching and constructing, until we were happy with our new … Continue reading
Bua na Cainte is a brand new Scéim Ghaeilge. It is being used in our school and has many ‘buanna’ (advantages). All our classrooms have interactive whiteboards and the new scheme lends itself perfectly to be used interactively by the children. The featured … Continue reading
This week we started Scratch programming.(Ben age 7) It was so much fun. (Rohan age 7) We learned how to make the sprite walk. (Charlie D age 6) We created a new character. It was a fish. (Peter age … Continue reading
Tráth na gCeist – Eanáir
The girls in Room 18 created a Winter Wonderland frieze. Every girl designed her own house and we then added in people, trees and street lantern for a very seasonal effect.
The girls in Room 18 really enjoyed making Snow Globes for Christmas. We recycled Christmas cake decorations and old jars with lids . White silicone was used for the snow and to place the figures in position. We added some … Continue reading
Pupils from Second and Third Classes in St. Mary’s Primary School attended a very entertaining Science workshop in Trim Library on November 11th. We were treated to a combination of Science and magic with Dr. Ken’s ‘It’s All Done with … Continue reading