We’ve had a busy 8 weeks in Junior Infants. The boys have been working on sounds, pre-writing skills, sorting, counting and of course lots of our learning has been through play. Here are just a few snapshots of what order flomax canada we’ve been up to. Happy Halloween!!!!
Last Thursday two members of the Irish Defence forces visited our school and presented us with a Tricolour to prepare for the March 15th Commemoration Day next year. They read part of the Proclamation and also gave a brief history of the Tricolour. The boys and girls buy cytotec in malaysia were fascinated by our two visitors and engaged in a short question and answer session about the work of the defence force in Ireland. Have a look at some of the pictures below..
This Thursday the 18th of June we will host our annual Ice-Cream fundraiser in aid of Down Syndrome Ireland. Last year we raised 1,000 euro and we hope to exceed that amount this year. As you all know D.S.I is a very worthy charity and provide buy prozac thailand huge support locally in Cork to the Down Syndrome Cork Association.
There will be face-painting, ice-cream, music and treats for the children and parents are welcome to join in the fun from 11:00 – 1:00 in the school hall.
By cycling to school on Green-Schools’ buy aciphex online National C.O.W Day you will be helping us to reach our target of 5,000 people cycling to school all over Ireland.
The inaugural Sunday’s Well B.N.S Invitational soccer tournament took place on Friday June 12th. The tournament consisted of 8 teams from Sunday’s Well B.N.S, Blarney Street, Padre Pio, The North Mon, Scoil Iosagáin and Holy Cross Mahon. Teams were divided into two groups to commence an extremely entertaining tournament. The group stages produced some scintillating soccer skills from all teams, with bravery and courage a common feature in all games. When the group stages concluded, the teams were placed into two competitions – one for “The Shield” and the other for “The Cup”.
At the end of the day, 4 teams were left order lamisil from canada with the chance of bringing home the silverware. The Cup decider was a titanic affair with both defences on top despite some awe inspiring attacking play from both Scoil Iosagáin and Blarney Street “A”. With the game ending in a 0-0 draw, Scoil Iosagáin took the crown after winning 3-2 on penalties whilst Sunday’s Well “A” won the shield in a 2-0 victory over Sunday’s Well “B”.
Thanks to Castleview for hosting the competition which will be an annual affair. If any school would like to get involved please contact us at email@example.com
(Thanks to Mr. Lynch for the above report)