Tree Week

National Tree Week 2019 runs from March 31st–7th April

 Tree Week, organised by the Tree Council of Ireland since 1985 is a week long programme of events to celebrate trees.

 We are getting involved by planting a new tree in the school grounds and we will be sharing facts on trees with childrenover the week. 

 Here are some ideas on how you can get involved in National Tree Week:

 Check out the National Tree Week or Tree Council of Ireland website and learn more about trees and events happening for the week.
 Celebrate the week by planting a tree in your garden or in the local community.
 Clean up your local woodland. 
 Take some time to read a book about trees or find out more about their characteristics or their uses. 
 Learn to identify trees in your neighbourhood.
 Enjoy the outdoors. Visit a local forest or park or take a nature walk and enjoy!

School Garden

Spring has arrived!!! We are eager to get planting in our School Garden but before we do we need to make beds inside the tunnel and outside! We have all the wood, topsoil etc! So if anyone with a saw and a screwdriver had some time on Monday March 25th @2:45pm we would appreciate the help to get started!! WEATHER PERMITTING

Thank you!

Green Schools

In the Green Schools, we are currently working on our Habitat Map before we begin planning for new habitats. We need to identify all the shrubs and plants around our school which can be difficult at this time of year. Can anyone identify these shrubs and tree? Remember to number your answers to help us!

Là Glas – An Cèilì Mòr

Bhí an t-ádh linn leis an aimsir inné, d’éirigh linn “An Céilí Mór” a cheiliúradh amuigh sa chlós. Míle buíochas do Michael Cahill Keniry Cahill Academy of Irish Dance agus na rinceoirí, na ceoltóirí, Jason Perry, Mike Greaney agus John Croinin, an amhránaí Ms Quaid agus ár Fear an tí Mr. Quinlan, bhí sibh ar fheabhas! Bhí craic agus spraoi ag na páistí!

Check out the photos here!