Jun
11
Filed Under (1st Class, School Tours) by Niamh OSullivan on 11-06-2018
Jun
07
Filed Under (1st Class, Senior Infants, Sports) by Niamh OSullivan on 07-06-2018
Jun
07
Filed Under (1st Class) by Niamh OSullivan on 07-06-2018
Jun
07
Filed Under (1st Class, School Tours) by Niamh OSullivan on 07-06-2018
Jun
01
Filed Under (1st Class, 6th Class, Sports) by Niamh OSullivan on 01-06-2018

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Filed Under (1st Class, 2nd Class, 3rd Class, 4th Class, 5th Class, 6th Class, Sports) by Niamh OSullivan on 24-04-2018
Feb
06
Filed Under (1st Class, 5th Class, 6th Class) by Niamh OSullivan on 06-02-2018
Nov
20
Filed Under (1st Class, 5th Class, Science) by Niamh OSullivan on 20-11-2017

5th class were the teachers this week in Glór na Mara for Science Week 2017. They set up a variety of science experiments for their ‘buddies’ in 1st class. Take a look at what they got up to!

Jun
08
Filed Under (1st Class, Junior Infants, Senior Infants) by Niamh OSullivan on 08-06-2017
May
23
Filed Under (1st Class, Art, History) by Niamh OSullivan on 23-05-2017
Dec
20
Filed Under (1st Class, Junior Infants, Senior Infants) by Niamh OSullivan on 20-12-2016

 

Jun
29
Filed Under (1st Class) by Niamh OSullivan on 29-06-2016

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Jun
20
Filed Under (1st Class, School Tours) by Niamh OSullivan on 20-06-2016
Jan
18
Filed Under (1st Class, 2nd Class) by Mr. Ó Cathasaigh on 18-01-2016

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The First and Second Classes (and everyone else in the school, pretty much) has been learning about the wreck of The Seahorse in the run up to the bicentenary on the 30th of January.  We took a walk to see some of the physical artifacts of the time and also to get a good view of the bay where it happened.  Thanks to our 1st and 2nd Class students for writing this report!

 

On Monday 11th January we went walking on the Doneraile Walk. On our way we saw the Coast Guard Station. Next we saw the Tomb Stone remembering The Seahorse. There were 393 people on board the Seahorse and 363 people died when the ship sank. Nobody is buried underneath this tomb stone. Our teachers took a photo of us and our class in front of the stone.

 

Next we moved on and we saw the canon and we looked out at the sea. We saw The Metalman. The Metalman was built to remind sailors to keep away from the rocks. The message the Metalman has is ‘Keep out Good Ship, Keep out from me, For I am the rock of misery.’ Brownestown head has two pillars to warn the ships of the rocks there too.

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We then stopped at the Church of Ireland Church. We saw The Seahorse Memorial there too. Mr. Ó Cathasaigh and Ms. Dreelan gave us loads of information about it .

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Dec
22
Filed Under (1st Class, 3rd Class, Junior Infants, Senior Infants) by Niamh OSullivan on 22-12-2015