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Flying high in Senior Infants

Another amazing display of artwork from Senior Infants. One of their favourite art lessons from September was the Up inspired hot-air balloon art. They had so much fun making these and they loved having their picture in the middle of the hot-air balloon. The quote on the board reads 'Oh the places you will go' and I know this Senior Infants have a bright, fun and exciting year ahead. 

Hot-air balloon art- UP

 

We all fit together in Senior Infants!

September was a busy month in Senior Infants and all the children settled back into school life wondefully. We read the story 'The Day the Crayons Quit' and 'The Crayon box that talked' in SPHE. These stories taught us how important it is to include everyone in our class and how each and every one of us are unique! 

The children completed wonderful art work based on these stories. 

Crayon box pictures finished

We also focused on our favourite things in History. We talked about what our favourite outfit to wear is. The children planned these outfits and designed them. They created a beautiful art display. Check out our 'September Self-Portraits' on our wow work wall. Amazing work by Senior Infants and we are all so proud of how well they have settled back into school. September Self-portraits finished

 

Advice Sheet - Senior Infants

Senior Infants Advice Page:

$·       Senior Infants entry and departure point: Far PE Hall Door (see picture below).

            Only/single pupils enter at the far PE Hall doorat 9.20-9.30.

       Then family/multiple pupils enter at the far PE Hall door at 9.30-9.40.

       All Senior Infants pupils will leave the school at 2pm at the far PE hall door.

JI and SI

 

·       Break times: The break times for Senior Infants are as follows Small break: 11:15-11:30 Big Break: 12.30-1pm.

·       Purchase of a large (55litre approx..) box which will hold: all books, copies, coats, lunch boxes, drink, school bag and any other items your child has been asked to bring to school.

Tub1

Tub2

 

·       Lunches/Drinks: Lunch items must be easily accessible and easy to open by the children. Children must use lunch box as a plate and not put food on the table.

·       Children must bring enough water to do them for the day to avoid bottle tops touching taps.

·       Children will need their own stationery, there will be no sharing of equipment. Please refer to booklists for what is required for your child’s class

·       There will be no gatherings of parents or children outside in the morning or after school.

·       Parents are requested to contact the school if their child has an underlying skin allergy/ skin condition and cannot use the school hand sanitiser

·       Communication to teacher is by email, teacher email addresses will be uploaded to the school website at the start of term.

If you have any questions, please ask. I look forward to working with Senior Infants this year.

Ms. Kennedy.

End of Year Message

School is out  A massive thank you to all the children and parents of Senior Infants who have worked so incredibly hard this year, and adapted to online teaching seamlessly in the last few months. Without the dedication and support of the parents, it really could not have been done.

Unity

 I really enjoyed interacting with you all on the Seesaw app and I have been very impressed with all the uploads, videos and pictures you have done since the schools closed in March.

 I hope everyone has a super summer and I look forward to seeing you all again really soon.

Wishing you all the very best in September.

Kind Regards,

Ms.Judge

15th-19th June

Dear Parents/ Guardians,

We are now on our last full week of Senior Infants and as we get closer to the end of the school term we will begin to wind down and reduce the workload as we would do in a normal school year, I have uploaded a list of work to choose from throughout the week.  I will be uploading various different fun activities to do on SeeSaw daily as well. You can upload pictures of one fun activity you do daily from the list. 

Once again thank you for all of your work and support, you have been amazing throughout all of this.

Please do not hesitate to get in contact if you have any questions.

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Wishing you a lovely week,

Ms. Judge

For the next week our Integrated learning theme is Green Schools Week!

Here is a choice of activities you could do at home!

Grass Hairdressers!

Plant some grass seeds ina flowerpot. Decorate he flowerpot with eyes, a nose and a mouth. When the grass grows, you can give your grass head a fun haircut!

Feed the Birds!

Use recyclable materials to make your own bird feeder! Keep an eye and see how many different birds will want to visit your garden!

Up, up, up go umbrella!

Can you find minibeats using an umbrella! Hold an umbrella under a tree/ bush and shake! What has fallen into your umbrella.

Potty for Toilet Roll!

Can you get creative and make something out of toilet roll? A musical instrument? An animal? Send your photos via SeeSaw!

Leaf Brush Painting.

Gather up different leaves and tie them to the end of a stick using an elastic band, now you can have your very own paintbrush! Can you paint a lovely picture using your new brush?

Jewellery Making

Can you use flowers and leaves to make your own jewellery? Maybe a daisy chain necklace? Or a bracelet with pretty leaves? Get creative!

Leaf/ Tree Rubbings

Gather up some leaves of different shapes and sizes on your next walk. Place them under paper and rub the paper with crayons, what happens?

Role Play

Pretend you have your own garden centre. Who will come and visit? What could they buy? What flowers are you selling? How will they look after the plants?

Fairy Garden

Can you use flowers, leaves, stones and twigs to make a little garden for a fairy! You can paint and decorate pretty stones to make it extra special!

Just Phonics B page 86-88

Starlight workbook page 64

Finish Planet Maths practice book

Finish handwriting practice book

Reading “Michael the Recycle” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJweMxEhjlU

Revise high frequency words- see attachment

High Frequency

 

Maths at home- see challenge cards below.

Maths at home 1

 

maths at home 2

maths at home 3

Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger Hunt

 

School Images

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