Gerald Griffin St. Cork

March, 2016

Easter Egg Hunt

The children in Senior Infants have been busy making clay birds’ nests for Easter. They painted the nests and decorated them with little chicks and mini eggs. Each nest had its own little basket. They had a visit from the Easter Bunny today who left lots of chocolate for them in the convent garden. They …Continue reading


Senior Infant Gardeners

The Senior Infants had great fun planting their own sunflower seeds last week. They have been watching them grow since. We can’t wait to see them flower!      


1916 Commemoration

North Pres. celebrated the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Rising by raising the national flag and singing our national anthem. The whole school gathered in the school yard holding 44 different flags to represent our different ethnicities. Mrs Egan read the Proclamation and some girls read the North Pres. Proclamation. The senior girls sang “Grace” …Continue reading


Lost and Found

The Junior Infant children were really happy to have so many parents and family members helping out with the One Book One Community Junior Project. On the first day the class teacher read our special book Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers. Afterwards the adults played fun games with the children. On the second day …Continue reading


Junior Hurling & Camogie Stars

Junior, Senior Infants and First Class every week are receiving GAA training. Today the Junior Infants were learning hurling skills.


Senior Infants’ Spring Walk

The children in Senior Infants enjoyed a lovely Spring walk in the convent garden last week. They have been learning about Spring and were able to see the signs that Spring is finally here. Keep an eye on the website for more photos soon of all the fun Spring activities the Senior Infant classes have …Continue reading