Month: May 2020

Friday Assembly

I have put together a short assembly to keep you up to date with all the latest news. I hope you enjoy singing along to one of our favourite assembly songs:   Friday Assembly

Busy Bees in 2nd Class

Happy World Bee Day! 2nd Class have been learning about bees for the past 3 weeks. We have been using objects from home to create some bee art projects and some of us have been practising our drawing skills and have drawn the most amazing illustrations of bees. Last week we created Bee Reports writing […]

Mind your Wellbeing

  As highlighted by the HSE, “a challenging event like the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic can affect everyone’s mental health. Each of us is doing our best to look after ourselves. But young people and children might need extra attention and support. For some people, there is a sense of a ‘new normal’ and of getting […]

Colourful Stones

Lily in 2nd Class and her mum, Zoe, have been working hard thinking of a project we can work on together even though we are apart. They have decided that even though we are all in different places, we can create something lovely together during lockdown. While giving you something to work on while you […]

Bird Watching

A few weeks ago Al Byrne set a challenge for the budding young twitchers of Springdale inviting them to post pictures of any feathered visitors to their gardens. The collection of photos has grown over the last few weeks. One of our pupils in particular has been keeping a close eye on activity in his […]

Farewell to Ms. O’Doherty

Today First Class say a final farewell, remotely, to Ms. O’Doherty. First Class have really enjoyed having Ms. O’Doherty as their teacher since September and are sorry to see her go. We will be sure to arrange for her to visit us when schools reopen so that we can all say goodbye in person. First […]