We are delighted to welcome Music Generation back to the school!!
The children will be doing lots of fun activities to teach them about key elements in music, like pulse and tempo. The children will also be learning lots of songs and they will even have some actions! There will be performances during the year for parents to come in and see.
We look forward to sharing our progress with parents throughout the year.
The staff and I are very excited to see some new and familiar faces on Wednesday 26th August. We can’t wait to hear about all of the fun and exciting things you have all been up to over the summer holidays! 🙂
Today, we celebrated the school year and our achievements at the end of year service. The children received their certificates and Sixth Class got a very special gift from the school. Thank you to Canon Brian O’Rourke for leading the service and awarding the children with their certificates.
The school will be closing at 12 noon tomorrow Friday 21st June for the summer holidays. The school will be reopening on Wednesday 28th August 2019 at 9 am. We look forward to seeing all the children then, ready for another exciting school year!
The staff of St Columba’s N.S want to wish 6th Class all the best as they move onto the next chapter of their lives. We look forward to hearing about all the wonderful things that you will achieve in the future! 🙂
The children in the Senior Room invited parents in to see their projects on Friday 7th June 2019. The children had food which is typical to their country. Thank you to all the parents that came in to see the projects. Well done to all the children in the Senior Room for the hard work they put into the projects!
Look at how big the chicks in the Middle Room have gotten!! Today, they are going back to the farm where there is more space for them to run around. The children in the Junior and Middle Room have loved visiting the chicks and seeing them grow. Hopefully we will get some more next year!
The children in 1st to 6th class went to Carlow IT today. In the morning, the children completed two activities. One activity was in the sports lab and the other in a hall. In the lab, the children measured their speed sprinting, how high they can jump and developed strength through squatting. In the hall, the children did a circuit workout and then a relay race.
In the afternoon, the children engaged in the ‘Cell Explorers’ Programme. The children extracted DNA from a banana. The children really enjoyed being a scientist and even got to wear a lab coat!
Thank you to Carlow IT and Ciara for organising the day for the children. They had a great day! Thank you to Claire and Tara for coming along and helping the children and teachers with the activities.