#ThrowbackThursday this week shows the First Holy Communion class of 2014 as they were preparing ahead of their big day!
Evelyn in Junior Infants has been doing some great work at home! She has been practising her writing and her Maths. She has coloured a beautiful picture of her cat, Dudley also. Well done Evelyn!
Today's #ThrowbackTuesday goes back to May 2014 when 5th and 6th Class were taking part in the Primary Schools Track and Field in Clonmel.
Design and Build A Stadium Like Croke Park Or Your County Grounds
You could use different materials like Lego, twigs, wood, cardboard from an old cereal boxes, etc. Or you could design it on your computer?
Ask your parent/guardian to email a photo or screenshot of your completed stadium to email@example.com by Friday May 1st including:
The winning projects will receive complimentary Family Passes to the Ericsson Skyline Tour in Croke Park. Winners will be announced the following week on @GAAlearning. By sending the email, parents/guardians are giving consent for the photos and details to be shared on official GAA online channels.
Robyn has been busy working on her Maths and Writing. She also made and sent a card to her childminder and made a postman in Art. It hasn't been all work as Robyn has been having great fun out in this beautiful weather!
Mya has had a busy morning. She wrote her numbers from 1 to 50 firstly. She then went around the house and counted 24 red items in her house! And now she is busy making a card for her friend. Well done Mya!
There are two photos in this week's #ThrowbackThursday. The first photo shows some Galtee Rovers club members who won County Hurling and County Football Cumann na mBunscol titles with the school along with the West and County Tipperary Under 12 Football titles in 2011/2012. The second photo shows our hurling skills team who won the County Tipperary Primary School Hurling Skills title for the first time in 2012 also.
Michael has been keeping busy looking after his pony Minnie, playing with his two brothers and baking with his Mum. Well done Michael, you're doing great!
Thomastown National School