Author Archives: Susan Power

Summer fun in the Junior Room!

June has been another busy month in the Junior Room. We continued to learn about water and the seaside. We learned about sharks which live in the sea and what we find in the seashore around our coasts. We carried … Continue reading Read More »

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Beautiful Butterflies arrive in the Junior Room!

Another month has flown by in the Junior Room and there has been lots of exciting and interesting things happening in our classroom! First of all our caterpillars grew and grew, turned into chrysalis’ and eventually 3 butterflies hatched out. … Read More »

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Local History comes to life in the Senior Room

The 100th Anniversary of the Coolbawn Ambush happens on June 18th 2021. This event occurred near the end of the War of Independence and resulted in the deaths of Sean Hartley (Glenmore)  and Nicholas Mullins (Thomastown) who were IRA volunteers.  … Read More »

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Amazing April work in the Junior Room!

We were busier than ever during the month of April in Wandesforde. In English we continue to learn our sounds and tricky words. In Art we created paintings using the Pointillism method, we used cotton buds to make nice, bright … Read More »

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Welcome back to the Junior Room

We were delighted to get back into the classroom for the month of March and we’ve been busy completing lots of work for the month. For Mother’s Day we made fingerprint poems for our mums. We celebrated St Patrick’s Day … Read More »

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