2nd class recently visited Gort library. We all chose great books and really enjoyed our visit.
The children performed the dances that they have been learning with Louise all year. Everybody was fantastic and all their hard work paid off! Well done!
We’re very happy to have hurling training back now that the spring weather has arrived. Everyone is getting in the groove and starting to move while improving their hurling skills!
In 2nd Class we did a Science experiment to investigate which material a toy car can move furthest on; wood, carpet, bubble wrap or cardboard. The results are in and our predictions were correct. The car moved furthest on the wood, next was the cardboard, then the carpet and the bubble wrap came last.
We were very lucky in Gort NS to have the circus visit us recently! They put on a great show and we all thoroughly enjoyed it!
Bhain na páistí an-taitneamh as Tráth na gCeist!
John from Bumbelance called to our school on Thursday March 16th to explain to the pupils how the Bumbelance works to transport very sick children to hospital and back home. It provided a great opportunity for the children to understand how this specially designed ambulance can assist families during difficult journeys to and from hospital. …
Pupils from 4th, 5th and 6th class are very fortunate to have the opportunity to do computer programming again this year. The pupils are working on ‘Scratch’ and are learning the basics of how to work on creating their own animations and software programmes.
The big day finally came…The Peace Proms Concert on March 5th. The choir were brilliant! This time accompanied by an orchestra and some amazing soloists. A special day! Well done to all those who participated.
On February 7th, we visited The University of Limerick to practice for the Peace Proms concert. It was a great afternoon!The children sang their hearts out!