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Archive for April, 2016

Senior Infant Update!

The Senior Infants were mixing colours.

We were learning about the Optician. We made glasses and we D.E.A.R while wearing them!

We also sang a song about Noah’s Ark. Look at all the animals in the ark.

We read a story about Sleeping Beauty.We built her a bed and a castle.

Flying Carpets !

3rd class read a funny story called The Carpet Bicycle about a teacher who arrives at school on a magic carpet. We designed some colourful carpets


We also wrote some rules for flying magic carpets. Click to read them

Magic Carpet Rules




Terenure Active Weekend



THIS IS ACTIVE WEEKEND in TERENURE. This Sunday in the VEC Grounds (17th April) at 3pm you are invited to take part in a active fun day for all the family. Everyone is very welcome. The group are emphasizing the importance of physical activity and are trying to encourage people to enjoy being Active Wise. Please come and support.

Link to full details – Active Day Terenure

PLEASE NOTE ***To ensure everyone has lots of fun at the event on Sunday, please be advised that parents are responsible for their own children at all times. No dogs or cars are allowed into the grounds***




Bingo Tickets on sale Monday 11th April


€5 per ticket

As you may know, our massively popular and hugely anticipated annual Bingo Night is rolling around again. This year, it will be held on Thursday 28th April, from 7pm to 9pm.

Tickets will be on sale in school next week (Mon 11th to Fri 15th April), from 8.30 to 9am by the main doors.

Please note, tickets will be sold strictly on a FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVED basis. In previous years, tickets have sold out by about Thursday, so please do buy early to avoid disappointment.

All attending the bingo night MUST have a ticket, so parents accompanying their child MUST ALSO purchase a ticket. The numbers in the hall are limited, so please note that this is the only way we can control numbers.

Also, make sure to keep your ticket safe. The ticket will be exchanged for your bingo book on the night – no ticket will mean no bingo book and no entry.

As usual, tuck shop and raffle tickets will be available on the night – prizes this year include an array of vouchers (including Fort Lucan and Smyths), with a top prize of a Mini iPad.
Bingo prizes will appeal to the children and both sets of prizes will of course include the invaluable homework passes!

Lastly, if you wish to support the Parents Association (remember, all our profits each year go back to the school), please feel free to donate prizes or indeed, the cost of a ticket. However, if you are unable to attend on the night, please do return the tickets to either Ms Doyle or a member of the Committee – as I mentioned, numbers in the hall are tight and we will definitely have takers for any spare tickets.

Kind regards,
The Parents Association

Fifth Class Update

Here’s some of what we did last term! We made clay pots using coiling and explored drawing lines.

We learned a lot about the Normans. We made model castles and pictures. We visited Dublinia.

We’ve been doing camogie training and long distance running.


Bhí an-spórt againn ag an céillí

…and Easter Eggs….