Fifth Class

5th and 6th Class School Tour

5th and 6th Class went to Oysterhaven on their School Tour. They had a fantastic day out on the water kayaking and playing lots of team building games and activities. Great fun was had by all!

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Summer Camp Winners

Johnson & Johnson STEM Academy in conjunction with Designer Minds have kindly given 2 free Summer Camps to 2 very lucky children. Well done Caoimhe & Finn!!

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Stephen McCarthy – Photographer

Both Mr. Griffin and Mr. Murphy’s 4th classes along with Ms Newman’s 5th class were joined by award winning sports photographer Stephen McCarthy through Zoom on Tuesday morning. Stephen gave a great insight into life as a sports photographer, his number of...

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World Kindness Day

Ms. O'Reilly's 5th class drew pictures of 'Cold Hands, Warm Heart' Art for World Kindness Day on Friday 13th of November.

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Science Week

Here are some photos of the children in Mrs. Newman's 5th class working as civil engineers! Building spaghetti bridges!

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Science Week

As part of Science Week, the 5th classes took part in a virtual celebration with Depuy to mark the completion of 2 years of STEM Academy where the Depuy engineers worked with us to deliver a programme of lego robotics, Dash and Dot robot programming and 3D...

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Halloween

Here are the fantastic costumes that they children wore to school today! Well done to everyone for making such a magnificent effort! All the staff at Watergrasshill NS would like to wish you all well for the break and we will see you on Monday November...

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Tour de France

For the month of September, Ms. O'Reilly's 5th class followed Irish cyclist, Sam Bennett, in the world renowned Tour de France. This is a gruelling test of stamina, endurance and mental well-being and for Sam to finish with the green jersey was an...

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Tour de France

Ms. O'Reilly's 5th Class have been busy learning all about the Tour De France. It usually takes place in July but this year it took place from August 29th to September 20th. We followed Sam Bennett’s progress daily, looked at its history, this year’s...

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