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We are building a tradition here in Lisnafunchin, where every two years our 5th/6th Class learn about baking recipes with lemon as one of the key ingredients. Well done to everybody who baked. The cakes and buns were delicious.
This Christmas, the Senior Class made a Nativity Claymation. First, they divided into groups and worked on a scene each – painting backdrops, making the clay models, deciding the script for the scene, and filming the scene and speech parts … Continue reading
In September and October, pupils in the Senior Class came up with their own ideas for projects. They presented their projects to the school on Thursday and Friday before the mid-term break. Here are some clips of them working on, … Continue reading
The Senior Class made up their own vwersions of the Witches’ Brew from Shakespeare’s MacBeth. Here is a short video and pics of some of their work of some of their work.
The First Holy Communion took place in Conahy Church on Saturday, 24th. It was a beautiful ceremony. Well done to Mrs Histon and the boys.
Every two years we enter the Discover Primary Science Awards Programme, where we record some of the Science projects we undertake in both classrooms, and apply for an award based on all of our hard work. You can look at … Continue reading
Mrs Histon’s Junior Class visited Barnstorm Theatre Group’s The Barn Theatre in Kilkenny recently to see a play called Star Chasers. Before the play, Barnstorm visited the school to hold a workshop with the children beforehand. The pupils had a … Continue reading
As part of Engineers’ Week we are designing and making structures. We had a competition to see who could build the best solid structure using spaghetti and marshmallows. Well done to Aimee and Molly who won!!
As part of Book Day, the older pupils read some lovely, colourful picture books for the younger ones. Each pupil received a book voucher which they can exchange for a book in local bookshops.
In shock news today, 4th Class pupils scored very high marks on their Friday tests, out-scoring all other classes in the school. Most of the 4th Class pupils got everything correct, so overall they were the top -scoring class. When … Continue reading