Junior Infants really enjoyed the session with artist Deirdre Crowley.
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Second Class Papier Mache Art
Rang a Dó had a very busy, hands-on and creative Papier Mache art lesson today. Their finished creations will be spectacular.
World Book Day in SBN
We celebrated World Book Day with pupils dressing up as their favourite character from their favourite book. Classes also visited the library in school and talked abut their chosen book.
World Book Day in Juniors
Junior Infants looked fantastic for World Book Day.
Love was in the air in Rang a 4 this week! The children created fabulous cards and Britto-inspired heart paintings, learnt about St Valentine and how it is celebrated in different parts of the world, decorated some love-themed cookies and took part in a Valentine’s quiz!
Creative Clusters Initiative
Our school was recently accepted for the Creative Clusters Initiative 2021/2023. Ms. Mulrooney worked on the application form on behalf of the school. We were absolutely thrilled to hear this wonderful news as only one application was accepted from each Education Centre nationally. The initiative will run over two years …
Just a flavour of the wonderful Halloween Art on display in our corridors.…
An Evening with John Spillane Tues Jan 28th
Save the date!There will be a concert in the church on the evening of Tuesday Jan 28th. It will be an evening with John Spillane and the children of Scoil Barra Naofa, featuring The Big Little Choir. Further details re times, tickets etc. coming soon!
“Aladdin” Panto Visit
Today the West Midlands Theatre Company visited Scoil Barra Naofa with their production of the panto “Aladdin.” There was plenty of action, music and audience participation! There was great excitment in the halla as the boys and girls followed the adventures of Aladdin. It was a thoroughly enjoyable show for …
Fifth and Sixth Classes participated in a drama workshop facilitated by award winning actress and producer, Nora Scannell, from Rossmore. The children played drama games and took part in variety of improvisations. Great fun was had by all! Go raibh maith agat, Nora!