On Monday in assembly, Miss Ní Daltúin, the principal of St. Joseph’s Secondary School, Stanhope Street, paid us a visit.
She was very impressed with our lovely manners, our beautiful singing and how well we listened. But there was another reason for her visit. When some of the 6th class girls attended the Open Evening in Stanhope Street in October, they entered a Maths Competition – and they did fantastically!! Not one, not two, but three of them got a certificate, and two of those lucky girls also won a prize – a One Direction set.
Thanks so much to Miss Ní Daltúin for coming to our assembly, and well done to the three girls.
In Senior Infants we were learning about weight. Here are photos of us using scales to see how heavy or light some objects are. We used different non-standard units such as cubes, beads, teddy bears and animals. Some of the … Continue reading →
In Senior Infants we are learning about weight. We wanted to find out how many cubes balance some things that we find in our classroom such as a banana, marbles, biscuits, a pencil, a milk carton, etc. We found out … Continue reading →