5th and 1st class were busy designing and making board games for Engineering Week. They engaged in lots of engineering activities this week and really enjoyed designing and making their own board games which we then swapped with 1st class. As … Continue reading →
Good luck to the girls in 5th tomorrow who will have RTÉ in to film a segment for the children’s News- News2Day. We can’t wait to see you on the big screen soon! The girls from 5th class became TV … Continue reading →
The girls in 5th and 6th enjoyed their trip to Wexford Opera House today for the play ‘Under the Hawthorn Tree’ which they have been studying in class. Thank you to the PA for funding the bus for this trip.
The girls did so well during their recent radio interview with Edward Hayden on Saturday 15th Feb. We are really trying to get the message out there of the ‘ Hour of No Power’- be sure to tell all those you know about our way of helping the environment and making family life a little better!
We were missing one of our Sassy 60 Savers and hope that Niamh gets better soon.
5th class were visited by two representatives from Inland Fisheries as part of our Something Fishy programme. The girls really enjoyed the visit and learned so much about rivers and fish. We are really enjoying taking part in the Something Fishy programme … Continue reading →
5th class are taking part in the Something Fishy programme again this year and are learning lots about the lifecycle of the salmon and the local river habitat. Here are a few pictures of some of our latest experiments. Messy but fun! Check out www.somethingfishy.ie for more photos and updates on our work.
5th class were interviewed by Sue Nunn on her radio show, The Way It Is, last Friday night. The girls did a wonderful job explaining their One Good Idea and publicising their campaign. The interview will be available as a … Continue reading →
The One Good Idea team from 5th class will be guests of Sue Nunn on KCLR 96FM on Friday night. The girls will be interviewed by Sue on their One Good Idea campaign and will have the opportunity to spread the message of the Hour of No Power to the people of Carlow and Kilkenny. Tune in on Friday from 6.10pm to hear the live interview!