to St Mary’s tomorrow, Monday 15th March @2 pm for a virtual Q+A session with KS2 pupils.
Niamh has won over 25 caps for Ireland and was named FAI Women’s Senior International Player of the Year. She is currently Liverpool Ladies Captain having previously played for Arsenal and Chelsea.
Niamh has represented her county playing for Galway Ladies. She helped them win their first All-Ireland Senior title in 2004. Niamh also has an All Ireland club medal playing for Parnells in London in 2012.
Thanks to Miss Niamh Murphy for organising this very special event and to Niamh Fahey for taking time from her very busy training schedule to meet our boys and girls. During the session pupils will have the opportunity to ask Niamh questions.
The session will start at 2 pm, a Collaborate link and details will be posted into Google Classrooms tomorrow morning.
A very special Monday afternoon treat for everyone – parents and grandparents are welcome to join.
Safer Internet Day 2021 “Together for a better Internet”
Each year in St Mary’s we recognise the importance of Safer Internet Day by hosting Parents’ and Pupils’ workshops.
So this year we are asking families to take time to explore the Internet Safety tab on our school website where you will find links to information and stories related to this year’s theme “Together for a better Internet”
And why not check out tomorrow’s C2K Newsdesk story line made famous by ex president Donald Trump “Fake News”
Exciting news for P6 as we begin our “Live Lessons” tomorrow morning.
We have two special guests who will be joining us during the lesson and I know you will be very happy to hear what they have to tell you for our Tuesday lessons.
We will be using Collaborate Ultra and your link will be sent at in your Google Classroom at 9.30am.
The link will become active at 9.45am for everyone to join in time for the start of lesson at 10am.
Remember to use Google Chrome as your browser to ensure that you can hear and see in the lesson.
Looking forward to seeing you all in the morning
Miss Mulkerns and Miss Crawley
P6 and P6/7 pupils had worked so hard on creating their own Cribs and unfortunately with the recent upsurge in Covid we didn’t want to send them home. So here’s the next best thing… a small production team this week helped us put together this very special Christmas message, featuring all of the Cribs!!!
We wish all the hard working (and creative), Boys and Girls of P6 and P6/7 and their families a very Happy Christmas.
Miss Mulkerns + Miss Crawley
It was lovely to see and talk with P5 pupils who started their live lessons using Collaborate Ultra on Friday morning. It was great to hear what you are all doing (in addition to your superb class work).
Our first lesson took us on a virtual trip to Iceland 🇮🇸 to read a myth “The Stone Trolls“ which explained the shape of Iceland’s large stones.
Just like in class, P5 generated a lot of conversation and are very keen to continue their lessons to learn more about volcanoes.
We are looking forward to our next lesson and finding out more about what you boys and girls are getting up to while school in the real world is closed.
Exciting to see that our school in the virtual world is opened and keeping us all busy at this time 👏
Congratulations to P5/6 pupils who since Easter have set a target to read “One Book a Week”. This achievement was recognised by Mrs Murphy, Literacy Coordinator, who presented P5 pupil Ciara and P6 pupil Cailaim with the Accelerated Reading Top Reader of the Month Certificate.
Not only did P5/6 read the classics Black Beauty and Around the World in 80 Days, they read a non-fiction book The Deadly Vikings by local author John Farrelly, cousin of P5 pupil Oisin O’Hagan.
As you will see in their short film pupils completed book reviews and character studies, created Google Quizzes and even designed and made a home for Badger in The Wind in the Willows.
On top of all this P5/6 have been busy writing, Ava wrote instructions on how to make face masks which she shared with the class while others entered a GAA writing competition to describe their favourite GAA player! It is great to see that all pupils chose to write about their own family members who have contributed so much to GAA sports in our local football clubs.
Well done P5/6 a very busy couple of weeks for you all and we all look forward to another 7 weeks of hard work!