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National Fitness Day 2023

October 2, 2023 #

Our whole school celebrated National Fitness Day on Thursday 28th of September. Junior Infants were treated to a morning of fitness fun as the girls from 6th class had arranged a feast of activities to complete. They took part in obstacle courses, parachute games and playground games. The girls had a wonderful day and it was topped off when they only had physical activity for homework.


October 2, 2023 #

Junior Infants had a very relaxing morning when they attended a wellbeing class with Una Curran. The girls had the opportunity to learn about their breath and took part in different techniques to relax. The girls loved the story massage as they worked with each other as they recited the rhyme ‘Incy Wincy Spider’. They then finished the session tucked up with blankets as they listened to a meditation. This is only the start of their wellbeing journey and we can’t wait to see what the rest of the year will bring.


September 11, 2023 #

The girls have been settling into school life in Bunscoil Bhríde. They have been making lots of new friends and talking part in lots of play and learning.

Our Class Photo

September 11, 2023 #

Welcome to our class! Junior Infants is made up of 27 wonderful little girls who are so eager to learn. We can’t wait to watch them grow this year.

A Garden-in-a-jar

April 29, 2022 #

The girls of Fifth Class visited Junior Infants at the outdoor classroom. They explained to junior infants that growing a garden-in-a-jar is easy because the garden is self-watering. It works in much the same way as the water cycle- the same water is used over and over again. They created gardens in glass jars. They put pepples, damp compost and small healthy plants into the jars. The jars are airtight and placed in a bright place in the infant classroom. We are looking forward to analysing our gardens over the next two weeks.

The Big Travel Challenge

February 23, 2022 #

Our whole school community took part in ‘The Big Travel Challenge’ in February. We chose to focus on cycling as the sustainable mode of travel for the duration of the challenge. We were so impressed with the number of girls cycling to school everyday, even when the weather wasn’t in their favour. We recorded a big increase at all class levels in the number of children choosing a more sustainable way of travelling to school.

Senior Infants and Second Class took part in cycling workshops with Karen Moore from An Taisce. The workshops focused on bike safety, bike skills and bike maintenance. The girls had lots of fun demonstrating their new skills.