The Dublin 7 Children and Youth Action Group ran a Valentine’s Art competition with a twist this year. The competition was open to all children and young people aged 4-18 in the schools and youth services in Dublin 7. The … Continue reading →
Mr Smyth’s Class have begun planting some Water Cress this week as part of the Big Grow Programme.
It’s the beginning of Spring, February 1st Imbolc- Celtic Spring, (although Meteorologists would have Spring as starting March 1st and Astronomers on March 20th- depends on your perspective!) and it’s a time of growth! Days are getting longer and brighter and the world is springing back into life after the Winter.
Check out the pictures of the class planting Watercress. Check back later for updates on the growth. Next week we plan to plant Peas and the next week, Spinach.
Friday 15th February:
Monday 18th February:
Today we started to see the first shoots from our Water Cress seeds. Thanks to our Star Growers who have helped water the plants so far- Oliwier, Petra and Zofia.
We also planted our Peas. Keep an eye on the website to see how they grow!
The Stories Between Us project is an intergenerational oral history project. Miss Sweetman’s 5th & 6th class are working with Phibsboro Retirement Group and a group from Henrietta Adult Community Education, sharing stories and experiences of their pastimes. We are … Continue reading →
Look out for pupils from Miss Walshe’s 3rd and 4th classes on RTE’sNews2day this afternoon around 4:20pm.
A camera crew and news presenter visited the children from Miss Walshe’s class to find out all about what it is to be a good friend. They had heard about our Good Friend’s Week, and thought it was such a great way to start a new school year, they decided to share the idea on the children’s news!