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Today in 3rd class we planned out, designed, and made lighthouses using what we learned about electrical circuits.
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Catholic School’s Week starts today in St Fiacc’s N.S. Wednesday will be Grandparents Day, Thursday 3rd-5th classes will be attending a special CSW Mass in St Clare’s and Fr Dunphy will be leading us in a prayer service on Friday morning. Also daily lessons and reflections will be running in school each day this week. Next weekend pupils will be invited to wear their school uniform when attending mass.
Ms Hennessy has been putting our Table Quizzers through their paces during lunch breaks since the first week in January. Pupils are practicing a wide variety of content to make sure they are ready and prepared to compete in the coming months while having lots of fun at the same time. A huge thanks to Ms Hennessy for facilitating during her breaks.
What a fantastic day we had last Friday in St Fiacc’s hall for our Junior and Senior Christmas Concerts. A huge thanks to Mr Kelly for organising so much of the music as well as our teachers and support staff more »
Ms Payne, our wonderful Home School Liasion Teacher organised a brilliant coffee morning with Barrow Brew last week. In freezing temperatures, the morning was a great success with lots of parents, school staff and teachers availing of lovely teas and coffees to warm everyones spirits as well as having a good chat to start off the day- many thanks Ms Payne!
Our Advent Mass of giving was a huge success last week. A huge thanks to all families who donated food stocks to St Clare’s Hospitality and also to Fr Dunphy, Cathríona and the Parish team for their continued support for our school community.
Ms Minnock’s 6th class took part in poetry as a commemoration workshop which was based on the 100th anniversary of the Irish Civil War. They were joined by author, Caroline Busher and their poetry was recorded and played on national broadcaster, RTE Radio 1. Maith sibh rang a sé!
3rd class made parachutes, tin foil towers, papercopters and vinegar and baking soda explosions during Science Week