Covid-19 Update for Parents
We hope you are all staying safe and following government guidelines in relation to COVID-19. We have compiled a list of accessible resources for parents and children during this time when schools are closed. There are lots of websites offering free resources to assist parents and pupils in revising work. There are endless interactive literacy and numeracy games, power point presentations and photo slide shows on basically any topic in the curriculum you can think of! There are many worksheets, booklets, tests and much more. If you do not have access to a printer, you can download into a folder on the desktop of your PC and children can read and watch as well as writing answers onto paper. Parents of younger children may want to focus on revision of phonics, sight words, numbers and meaning, rhymes, shapes, spelling, name recognition, addition, subtraction and perhaps some fun science experiments too! Older children may use this as an opportunity to revise tables, spellings and maths topics already taught (not new ones!), Irish vocabulary, English grammar, writing genres and so on. Maybe choose a topic of interest and complete a research project! Most important of all, encourage children to read and read stories to and with your child! Complete puzzles, jigsaws, play dough, make slime and play co-operative games and board games together.
- https://drive.google.com/file/d/159KXp5nQkD6dZG5-4ITDszCKZrySF3Xs/view?fbclid=IwAR1CZcn3_qqVZTiSoWArND-pTXQCexR-QuNtzg-fGFJpfHIUSAANPsyNpK0 (2nd-6th)
- https://drive.google.com/file/d/1t3DwuGOg1Rs5sEZ-JRiAvOVVSWUoBU4_/view?fbclid=IwAR2fn-3zhuoC5NuRxVkm0b4gGck0hsD1tdkUNhXOIX-RQSC4u5-u6MpOOuo (Infants)
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Winners of the St. Tiarnach's Parents' Association Christmas Raffle: Hampers: James McManus and Colin McCaughey Tins of biscuits: Megan Swift, Antonio Milhomen, John McCaffrey, Kamile Virganviciute, Dylan Kelly, Conal Beggan. Tins of sweets: Luke Perkins, [...]