At the Hairdressers

This week we were at the hairdressers and groomer’s!

Oral Language Award

This weeks award went to Enya!


We have been learning about the brain, being mindful and promoting positive mental health.

Oral language award

Our new winner Caoimhín Barr recited the Spooky Poem for our scary Halloween theme!

Oral language award

DarraghLowth was this weeks winner after reciting The Spooky Song!

A Great End to a Great Month

We had so much fun this month. Have a peek at some of what we got up to!

Oral Language Poem

Last weeks winner for our poem Adam Gillespie. He changed the words to handsome boy 😀instead of pretty maid.

Gingerbread Men

Today we decorated gingerbread men! Look at our work! Our theme for learning this week is The Party. We followed this by having a disco!

Oral language

Tara was this weeks winner of the trophy! Well done on all the hard work!!

Perfect poet!

While working on oral language skills, senior infants learned the poem Humpty Dumpty. Amelia Rose impressed us all this week with her recitation!

A new school year

We’ve been having fun during this first week at school!

Day 2 active week

Active week Hurley

PE and Patterns

We had lots of fun using math and PE skills with hoola hoops, balls and bean bags!


We were busy this week creating art using the medium of print!

Growing cress seeds

We have seen the fruits of our labour today and are very proud of our little pots of cress seeds!

Life cycles

We conducted research on the computers about the life cycles of several creatures!

Ending book week

We concluded book week by dressing up as our favourite characters!!!


We were busy being artists and learning the colours of the rainbow!! We used the pointillism technique!


We began basketball this week and had so much fun!!!

Book week

As part of book week, we have been reading as much as we can!

Mata sa Rang

Welcome to Mata as Rang.
Senior infants have spent the last few weeks enjoying maths in the classroom. Mata as Rang offers a unique approach to extending children’s number knowledge, understanding and strategies. The programme offers an extremely detailed profiles-based assessment of pupils in respect of these areas and provides a framework for individual, group or class-based instruction which is suitable not only for pupils who are experiencing difficulties but also for average and more able children. Senior Infants and Mrs o Toole would like to thank all the teachers who came and made maths so much fun over the past 6weeks.

Seachtain na Gaeilge

Our gaeilgeoirí an lae

Scien/engineering week

Today 5th class came to our classroom to conduct experiments! We had so much fun. We mixed oil, food colouring and water. We built bridges and constructed 3D shapes and structures! We also helped protect and egg using various materials during an egg drop!