This competition is open to people of all ages (adults included) from 5 years of age up. For every entry, €1 is donated to The Jack and Jill Foundation and Alone.
The goal is to give people a creative outlet during lockdown. The theme for this year is 'Freedom In A Time Of Constraint'.
To access the views, experiences and opinions of children and their parents, DCU have developed an online survey questionnaire on this issue and would be very grateful if you would use this opportunity to express your views. The survey runs from 8am Tuesday 26th May until midnight on Tuesday 2nd June. The link is https://dcupsychology.fra1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6L2wLEQ5zWuYKSp
Pupils in 3rd-6th class can access Bua na Cainte and Béal Beo online books and resources through Edco. There are also plenty of maths and literacy books for all class levels available on this website. Go to www.edcolearning.ie/login, username: primaryedcobooks, password: edco2020
Pupils in Junior Infants-2nd class can access Planet Maths online books and resources through Folens. Pupils in 3rd-6th class will also find Star...
To celebrate Engineers Week 2020, we had a visit from Mr. Z. He taught us all about the pushing and pulling forces through the use of magnets. The children then had to work in groups to create their own go-karts and had great fun racing them against each other!
The children participated in a skipping workshop with Mark from skipNrope on Friday, January 18th. Skipping is a terrific form of exercise that helps a child’s agility, balance, hand-eye co-ordination and can increase speed through footwork. It teaches children about rhythm and when put into team routines, it provides them with team work skills and encourages them to have confidence in their sporting ability. It is a great wa...
Pupils from Junior Infants to 4th class attended a fabulous performance of 'Old King Cole' by West Midland's Theatre in the Community Hall, Ardagh on Tuesday, December 11th. This festive treat was received enthusiastically by the children, who were delighted with this annual event.
The children of 3rd and 4th class used their December art classes to create these amazing Christmas Dioramas. They represent the story of the birth of Jesus in a real and creative way. They are extremely proud of their work, as is their teacher, Mrs Ruddle.