Mr. Byrne and Ms. Carry have recently started to teach the children in their class the art of knitting. Knitting has a long history in Ireland and can be a very useful skill to have. They started off last week casting on their stitches in preparation for knitting. All of the students were very enthusiastic about it and were very persistent with this difficult art. Hopefully over the next few weeks, we should have some lovely squares and maybe some scarves!
I hope you all enjoyed the Winter break. It is unfortunate that we find ourselves in
this difficult situation but I am confident that we will survive the challenges we face
and be stronger for it.
As you know we have moved to remote learning and we are currently drawing up our
action plan. All teachers are engaging with their classes through Aladdin this week as
we sort through some IT issues and plan for SEESAW which we will be using after
that. We know that it can be very difficult for some households to manage particularly
as there may be more than one child accessing devices. We don’t want you to be
overwhelmed however. It is important that children stay connected with their learning
and we want to support them as much as we can. With that in mind , we will put up new
ideas and suggestions on the website each week in addition to what teachers will be
We are also contactable at 01 6402418 or firstname.lastname@example.org if we can help in any
- No upcoming events