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Graduation

The children enjoyed a special day celebrating their graduation.  Here are a few clips of the children’s parts in the ceremony.  Everyone of them were a credit to their families.  They are a great bunch of children and wish them every happiness for the future.

Click on the link below

The password is grad2021

https://vimeo.com/564600012/aed69f7da6

 

Wellness Week

Everyone was left feeling good this morning after our compliment circle and sharing a happy thought for the day.

  1. We ended the day with a dance workshop with Kerry Nolan. The children had a brilliant time learning The Greatest Show Man routine.

Rang Sé – Tour de Cluain Eois

Rang Sé took to the roads and enjoyed a memorable morning cycling around the townlands of Clones.  Thanks to Eamon, Stephen and Peter for their help and support.

Homework – Week Beginning Monday 31st May

Reading:

Flying High -Big Cats;  Page 226

Lift Off – Spiders;  Page 136

Maths – Daily sums & Times Tables

Spellings – Unit 26 -ial endings

English: Contractions

Religion: Please learn ‘Come Holy Spirit’

 

Cycling with BikeGreen

Traffic chaos came to Clones last Thursday morning as we concluded our cycling proficiency lessons with Francis and Sean.  Rang Sé took to the roads as we showed off our cycling skills.  Well done to everyone.

Homework – Week Beginning Monday 17th May

Reading:

Flying High -The Wonderling;  Page 210

Lift Off – Cars;  Page 228

Maths – Daily sums & Times Tables

Spellings – Unit 24 -ity endings

English: Antonyms/ Opposites

Religion: Please learn ‘Come Holy Spirit’

Come Holy Spirit

Active Homework: Short sprints against a parent/sibling:  Show your parents/siblings the sprints which we completed during Friday’s PE and have a race against them.

  1. High 5 and sprint x 3 (Greyhound & Hare)
  2. Reactive sprint x 3 (Cat & Mouse)

Cycling Proficiency With BikeGreen

Transition To Secondary School

Above is a link to a range of resources provided by Monaghan Education & Training Centre to support parents and pupils with the transition to secondary school.  We will also be using these resources on a regular basis in school.  Please talk to your child.  Find out what they have learned and any queries/worries they may have.

Spellings – Week Beginning Monday 12th April

Unit 19 -ity

LSCWC x 2 each night

Activity

Ambiguity

Brutality

Capability

Capacity

Captivity

Charity

Clarity

Complexity

Curiosity

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Obair Bhaile

A part of your active homework, please follow the activities in the link.

https://vimeo.com/211489161

https://vimeo.com/404404521

Damhsa na Nollag to Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) le Micheál Ó Bhúiblí

Storytelling With Niall de Burca

We had a wonderful afternoon listening to one of Ireland’s finest traditional storytellers, Niall de Burca.  Thank you to Pauline at Monaghan County Council for organising such an enjoyable workshop.

‘Beneath A Northern Sky’

Homework Week Beginning 30th November

English 

Group 1 – Flying High – Life in Cuba

Flying High (portfolio book) Page 42 – 45

A – A Little Light Thinking (Monday)

C – Vocabulary Work: Thesaurus Work (Tuesday)

D – Comprehension Work: Cloze Procedure (Wednesday)

Reading – Life in Cuba

Group 2 – Lift Off – The Famine in Ireland

Lift Off (portfolio book) Page 34 – 36

A – A Little Light Thinking (Monday) – Page 34

C – Working with Sounds: Prefixes (Tuesday) – Page 35

D – Comprehension Work: Cloze Procedure (Wednesday) Page 35

Reading – The Famine in Ireland

Spellings – ‘-ence’

Look, say, cover, write, check x 3

Maths – Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday

Times Tables – Revision of all Tables – Please learn

Gaeilge

Scríobh 10 abairtí faoin bpictiúr ar lth 85 Sin é

Léitheoireacht: lth 38 & 39

Sliocht: Learn all of the ‘Sa Bhaile’ sliocht

Sa Bhaile.

Tá Seán ina chónaí ar imeall an bhaile Chluain Eois. Tá teach leathscoite aige. Tá cistín, seomra bia, seomra suí, seomra níocháin, ceithre seomra codlata agus dhá seomra folctha sa teach.

Is é an seomra suí an seomra is fearr le Seán mar is maith leis ag féachaint ar an teilifís.  Sa seomra suí tá tolg deas compórdach ann.

Tá cistín mór sa teach. Tá sorn, doirteáil agus cuisneoir sa chistin.  Is maith le Seán ag cocaireacht ach ní maith leis ag nígh na soithí.

Itheann Seán a bhricfeasta agus a dhinneár sa seomra bia in aice leis an gcistín.

Tá seomra níocháin ag an taobh eile den chistin. Tá an meaisín níocháin agus an triomadóir ann agus fagann sé a chóta, buataisí agus a bhóga péile ann.

Tá seomraí codlata Sheáin thuas staighre. Sa seomra codlata, tá leaba, vardrús agus tarraiceán ann, agus tá dath liath ar na mballaí.

Taobh amuigh tá gairdín ann os cómhair an tí agus ar chúl an tí. Tá bláthanna agus crainn ag fás agus tá spás ann chun cluiche péile a imirt.

Is breá le Seán a theach.

Comhrá: Revise Mé Féin and Ar Scoil

Maths Week

International Learn Outside Day

We took our Gaeilge lesson taobh amuigh.  Bhí go leor ceol agus craic againn!

On Monday we had a visit from Largy College Principal, Ms Magennis, to give us an insight into life in Largy College.  For further information check out their new website www.largy.ie

Mindfulness Walk

In training for Couch to 5K

Lending our support to Múinteoir Diarmuid and Foireann Péile An Bhoth in the Senior County Football Final

Square Number Practice

Active Flag

In Rang a Sé we have been skipping daily to our favourite music and running in the afternoon.

Damhsa na Nollag to Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) le Micheál Ó Bhúiblí

Storytelling With Niall de Burca

We had a wonderful afternoon listening to one of Ireland’s finest traditional storytellers, Niall de Burca.  Thank you to Pauline at Monaghan County Council for organising such an enjoyable workshop.

‘Beneath A Northern Sky’

Homework Week Beginning 30th November

English 

Group 1 – Flying High – Life in Cuba

Flying High (portfolio book) Page 42 – 45

A – A Little Light Thinking (Monday)

C – Vocabulary Work: Thesaurus Work (Tuesday)

D – Comprehension Work: Cloze Procedure (Wednesday)

Reading – Life in Cuba

Group 2 – Lift Off – The Famine in Ireland

Lift Off (portfolio book) Page 34 – 36

A – A Little Light Thinking (Monday) – Page 34

C – Working with Sounds: Prefixes (Tuesday) – Page 35

D – Comprehension Work: Cloze Procedure (Wednesday) Page 35

Reading – The Famine in Ireland

Spellings – ‘-ence’

Look, say, cover, write, check x 3

Maths – Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday

Times Tables – Revision of all Tables – Please learn

Gaeilge

Scríobh 10 abairtí faoin bpictiúr ar lth 85 Sin é

Léitheoireacht: lth 38 & 39

Sliocht: Learn all of the ‘Sa Bhaile’ sliocht

Sa Bhaile.

Tá Seán ina chónaí ar imeall an bhaile Chluain Eois. Tá teach leathscoite aige. Tá cistín, seomra bia, seomra suí, seomra níocháin, ceithre seomra codlata agus dhá seomra folctha sa teach.

Is é an seomra suí an seomra is fearr le Seán mar is maith leis ag féachaint ar an teilifís.  Sa seomra suí tá tolg deas compórdach ann.

Tá cistín mór sa teach. Tá sorn, doirteáil agus cuisneoir sa chistin.  Is maith le Seán ag cocaireacht ach ní maith leis ag nígh na soithí.

Itheann Seán a bhricfeasta agus a dhinneár sa seomra bia in aice leis an gcistín.

Tá seomra níocháin ag an taobh eile den chistin. Tá an meaisín níocháin agus an triomadóir ann agus fagann sé a chóta, buataisí agus a bhóga péile ann.

Tá seomraí codlata Sheáin thuas staighre. Sa seomra codlata, tá leaba, vardrús agus tarraiceán ann, agus tá dath liath ar na mballaí.

Taobh amuigh tá gairdín ann os cómhair an tí agus ar chúl an tí. Tá bláthanna agus crainn ag fás agus tá spás ann chun cluiche péile a imirt.

Is breá le Seán a theach.

Comhrá: Revise Mé Féin and Ar Scoil

Maths Week

International Learn Outside Day

We took our Gaeilge lesson taobh amuigh.  Bhí go leor ceol agus craic againn!

On Monday we had a visit from Largy College Principal, Ms Magennis, to give us an insight into life in Largy College.  For further information check out their new website www.largy.ie

Mindfulness Walk

In training for Couch to 5K

Lending our support to Múinteoir Diarmuid and Foireann Péile An Bhoth in the Senior County Football Final

Square Number Practice