Ms. Turner’s First Class

Happy Easter from Room 3! We have had such great fun being back in school. We have been working so hard over the last few weeks. Look at our Crazy Chicks! We created them by using styrofoam eggs and gluing crepe paper to the eggs, once it was dry we could stick on their eyes, beak and legs.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Wishing you all a happy and safe St. Patrick’s Day. Lá Fhéile Pádraig sona duit! Keep an eye on RTE as there is virtual parade on it during the day. https://stpatricksfestival.ie/media/pages/guide/download/8d6b72c9d0-1615468436/day-by-day-listing.pdf?_ga=2.224328219.1630782078.1615464765-1939339746.1613995407 Here is a link if you want to learn more about St. Patrick https://www.scoilnet.ie/go-to-primary/theme-pages/religion/st-patricks-day/

School History

Goldenbridge national school was founded in 1875 by the Mercy sisters. Our school looked quite a lot different then. There was a building called St. Brigids(where prefabs are), St. Josephs(where the youth club is, and St. Patricks(where the houses on Emmet Crescent is ). The Mercy sisters handed over the school to the diocese and Our Lady of Lourdes NS was built and opened in Continue Reading

Return to school 3rd-6th.

The return to school for junior infants-2nd class has gone very smoothly and we eagerly await the return of our children from 3rd to 6th next week. There are some very important documents you must read before you return. They have been posted out to you but are also here to read. This is an informative video that may alleviate any concern you may have Continue Reading

Ms Turner’s First Class

Ms. Turner’s First Class We have had a very busy first week back. We have been learning lots about Spring. We painted some Spring Chicks and Flowers on Monday and on Tuesday we planted  our own seeds. We are really excited to watch the seeds sprout and grow! We also learned all about Irish Wildflowers, we  looked around the school to see if we could Continue Reading