Senior Infants Blog
Dear Boys and Girls of Senior Infants,
I can't believe this is your last week of Senior Infants. Next time I see you, you will be big boys and girls in 1st Class. I want to thank you for the great time we shared in school together, you have been a wonderful class to learn with and play with. I enjoyed all our activities together; our Daily Run, Newstime and chats, Morning Greeting, Nature Walks, Playtime, Storytime, Topics, Art, Singing, Drama, Baking and all the other fun things we did together. This last Term has been a big challenge for us all to figure out and I think you did just super. You worked hard and you played hard and you can't say better than that! As a wee momento of our time together and to thank you for a great year, I have left a little present for you in your folders. Your folks will collect these for you on Monday or Tuesday (as directed) and don't forget to bring back your books (2 Rainbow Readers, PM Reader. Library Books, Reading Record card and Homework Folder).
So until school returns, be the great boys and girls I know you are, listen to Mammy and Daddy, stay safe at home and when you go out and about. Send me a Postcard (like last year) if you go anywhere fun and read, read, read!
All my love,
Mrs Curran-Butler x
Hello Boys and Girls,
I hope you enjoyed your School Tour to Disneyland and your Sports Day, I loved your photos. We have now moved over to using Seesaw for sharing photos and work with me. Check your email for your access code to this app.
You are doing great to get through this work. If you can't get everything done just choose the tasks that you'd like. We are near the end of your Maths programme so let's give it a big push this week. Keep reading every day and send me a video on Seesaw to show me how well you're doing with it.
We have two birthdays in our house this week, my little boy has turned 3 and Mr. Butler is another year older too. Lara I hope you enjoyed your birthday celebrations too, birthdays are very different for us all this year.
You might consider registering your child for this free webinar on Farm Safety on Wednesday (it will also run on Wednesday 17th and Wednesday 24th June if you don't get a spot on this one)