Some images from the Week
First Class design and make playgrounds and complete Knex Challenges.
Junior Infants get creative with Building Blocks.
6th class complete Knex Challenges and build paper towers.
Senior Infants made some creative creations!
3rd Class go to GMIT for Scratch lessons.
2nd Class go green in an engineering way and design vehicles with Knex.
5th class with their Amazing Wind Powered Vehicles, Marshmallow Towers and Knex Creations
Ms. Donohue had to run the gauntlet of well wishes and cheers today as she left the school to begin preparations for her All Ireland Club Championship Final with Sarsfields in Croke Park on Sunday! It is a huge weekend for first class teacher in Creagh N.S., Ms Donohue.
Klara is a vital member of the Sarsfields' Senior Camogie squad who are hoping to regain the Club All Ireland from Oulart-the-Ballagh from Wexford this Sunday in Croke Park.
Every in Creagh N.S. want to wish Ms Donohue and her teammates all the very best of luck.
You can watch the match live on R.T.E. 2 from 4pm on Sunday the 6th of March.
Hopefully, we will be having another celebration on Monday!
Some Photos from the day.
Some Photos from the day.
With the advent of the ease of restrictions from Monday the 28th of February, the school has decided to take a gradual approach to change. The following are the changes that will be happening over the next few weeks. As always, we greatly appreciate the support of parents and the wider community. It has been a long road and it is terrific that we are finally able to relax some measures.
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Teacher and ICT co-ordinator Ms. Regina Power has managed to work her usual magic with her annual St Brigid's Cross Fundraiser in aid of The Ballinasloe Social Services. This fundraising initiative is the brainchild of Ms. Power and Ms Blade and has been hugely successful over the past number of years in raising thousands of euro in support of this worthy cause.
This year, in spite of the limitations caused by Covid Prevention Restrictions, Ms Power managed to galvanise staff, teachers and community alike and succeeded in planning and overseeing the production and sale of St Brigid's crosses to the tune of the substantial sum of 2,713.14 Euro.
Despite, pods, bubbles, masks and social distancing, children were enabled to learn how to make this wonderful traditional symbol of St Brigid. With the onset of a new public holiday in honour of St Brigid, the success of future fundraisers is looking bright!
Huge thanks to Ms. Power and her third class as well as the local clergy, retailers and community who assisted in the project. Please take a browse through our gallery of photographs detailing aspects of the activities.