The girls in Second class have been working hard on this brilliant door display showing some of the native bugs in Ireland! All the girls in Our Lady of Lourdes are learning about biodiversity as part of Green Schools.
We made some beautiful Autumn inspired prints in art last week. Second class really enjoyed gathering the leaves in our local area to use for this printmaking lesson.
The girls in first and second class are coming on in leaps and bounds in their Irish dancing.
We have been really enjoying playing camogie with Paddy for the last few weeks! We are excited to continue to practice these new skills in our P.E lessons.
The girls were very excited to have been chosen to take part in the national environmental litter-picking programme called “Picker-Pals”. Litter-picking is a fun and easy way to make a difference in our local community. Together with their families, the children are...
The girls really enjoyed taking part in a research project that was carried out by the Speech and Language Department in UCC. They played games featuring Rabbit.
The girls have been lucky to participate in a camogie programme this year. Armed with helmets, hurleys and sliotars, in true Setanta fashion, they have pucked the sliotar around the yard. The coach’s enthusiasm is infectious and the girls have just loved every minute.
This year, the girls put together a performance that we recorded to the school community to watch on our virtual Christmas Concert. They were superstars! The girls enjoyed decorating delicious gingerbread men in the classroom. The smell of the icing and sweets was...