Tuesday, 24 March 2020

We're Working From Home!

Below is a collection of lovely images of our pupils working from home. Please email your teacher or kilricklens@gmail.com to send more pictures to boost morale during this difficult time. 


Lovely photos from Keava











Look at Oliver practicing his Tricky Words and helping out in the garden!





Ethan in 1st class captured a a lady bug on a nature trail. 


Some wonderful art work be Keava in 3rd Class.


John and Hannah have been busy planting seeds in their garden!


Finn busy with St. Patrick's Day Art!




Some wonderful girls hard at work on the farm!

Sunday, 15 March 2020

Seachtain na Gaeilge


Bhí Seachtain na Gaeilge againn i gCill Ríchill. Rineamar seamróga glasa agus oráiste, bhí tóraíochta taisce agus bhí tráth na gceist againn comh maith. Bí ag éisteacht linn ar an bhfíseán seo!

We had Seachtain na Gaeilge in Kilrickle. We made green and orange shamrocks, we had a treasure hunt and quiz also. Listen to us here on this video.










Gymnastics

On Wednesday, March 11th we began our gymnastics programme. We look forward to continuing our classes when we return to school.




Sunday, 8 March 2020

World Book  Day

The boys and girls in Kilrickle National School celebrated World Book Day on Thursday, March 5th. We all chose a book of our liking and read quietly for pleasure. Every pupils received a book voucher and a sticker. Pupils in 1st, 2nd and 3rd finished the classic children's book Fantastic Mr. Fox.

Tuesday, 3 March 2020

Dentist Visit

On Wednesday, March 3rd we had a visit from Fergal, the school dentist. After some quick examinations Fergal gave the pupils some top tips to help look after our teeth.
Green School Visit

Mark from Galway County Council visited our school on behalf of Green Schools. Our Green Schools Committee detailed all the wonderful work that is ongoing in our school, in particular our biodiversity plans and Mr. Kelly's class presented projects based on various wildlife and habitats in our local environment. Well done to all involved and thank you to Mrs. Brennan for leading this project.




Ash Wednesday

On Wednesday February 26th we began our Lenten journey. Bishop Kirby came to our school to distribute ashes.

Friday, 28 February 2020

The Gruffalo and Biodiversity!

We have been working hard towards achieving our Green Flag for Biodiversity so this month we have been looking at Woodland habitats and learning about Food webs. We read the book The Gruffalo and talked about all the woodland creatures that the mouse meets in the deep, dark woods! We made our own food web based on the characters.


We played online games to learn more about food webs and food chains and different woodland creatures.



At our Aistear stations we reinacted the story of the Gruffalo and made our own 'Deep, Dark, Wood'.







We made Gruffalo Jigsaws and played The Gruffalo Board Game. We made sure that everyone took turns and followed the rules.







We made Gruffalo masks at our Art Station and then designed our own Scary Creatures!



We put the story pictures in order and labelled all the parts of the Gruffalo.




We even made all the different woodland creatures using play dough.