Blog

Welcome to the Blog Section of the website. This is the part of the site that will be updated most often with photos and stories of recent activities and classwork. We hope you like what you see and please do leave a comment, we like to know what you think of what we are getting up to!

Hello to the Senior Classroom!

24th March 2020

Hello to you all and I hope you are all keeping safe and well. I am keeping well and am following all the safety measures our government has asked us to do for our country. Not going to school every … Continue reading Read More »

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WORK TO DO AT HOME – INFANT CLASSES

24th March 2020

Hi everyone, Firstly and most importantly I hope everyone is keeping safe and well. As it looks like we won’t be back before Easter I’ve put together some work for the pupils to complete. There are some worksheets to print … Read More »

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World Book Day at Wandesforde!

6th March 2020

On Thursday March 5th we celebrated World Book Day. All the children dressed up as their favourite character from a book. We also welcomed author Richie Conroy to the school, he spoke to the classes about the work he does … Read More »

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January & February in the Senior Classroom!

1st March 2020

The past 2 months have been very busy in the Senior Classroom! To celebrate the New Year, the children made their own 2020 Resolution Mobiles. In English, they also wrote an Acrostic Poem on words to do with the New … Read More »

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Bring on the Book Fair!

1st March 2020

Our Book Fair opens on Thursday, 5th March. The Book Fair will open each morning from 9-10 & each afternoon from 2-3 up until Tuesday, 10th March. The school will once again receive 60% book commission of all money raised! … Read More »

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