Our Fairy Garden September 2020
School Garden Harvest September 2020
Green Schools Committee 2019-
Pictured are our Green Schools Committee for 2019-
How Does Your Garden Grow?
With a lot of help from very generous parents and children. Huge thanks to all who came to help weed and plant in the school garden. The beds are now ready to be used by the children.
Congratulations to the Green Schools Committee on achieving the Green Flag for Biodiversity. Mrs O' Reilly and Ms. McManus, along with two representatives from the Green Committee, went along to collect the Green Flag in City North Hotel today. Thank you to everyone who helped us get this latest flag. It was a team effort.
Green school Noticeboard
4th Class trip to beach and Boyne Estuary
Design a Scarecrow Competition Winners
School Garden March 2017
Our school garden pictured early one Autumn morning
Top Tips for Walking to School Safely
Always be bright and be seen.
Always stay on pavements or footpaths.
Always use pedestrian crossings or lollipop wardens.
Always be responsible near roads.
Always remember the Safe Cross Code.
Always take care when crossing cycle lanes.
Always wear the correct high vis clothing.
Always wear a helmet that fits.
Always check the brakes and wheels.
Always use cycle lanes where possible.
Always use lights in poor light and visibility.
Always use a bike that suits your size.
Never use an ipod, walkman or mobile phone when cycling.
Travelling by car
Always wear a seatbelt.
Always use a booster seat if needed.
Never distract the drivers attention.
Never open doors while car is moving.
Always get out of the car with caution and never on the side where traffic is passing.
Beginnings of our school garden (May 2015):
The group arrived bright and early at 8.30am and quickly got down to work on the Outdoor classroom. The space was measured out and then the real work began. We dug and removed the layer of grass and wheelbarrowed the loads down to the bottom of the 'garden'. Then it was raked removing the next layer of soil along with any stones found. Then a load of gravel arrived and this was raked evenly to provide floor space for 'classroom'. Extra gravel was used to provide a meandering pathway through the trees planted earlier this year.
We then started work on assembling the raised beds. We then lined the sides and bottom with plastic and covered with soil removed earlier.
See below gallery for photos