We are excited about our commitment to incorporate multiple exercise breaks into our daily routines. We have always been very good at doing exercise breaks to reinvigorate our bodies and minds but for the month of February, we aim to get 3 varied exercise breaks into our day. If you fancy trying out some of our dance breaks, check out the following example of brain breaks by the Learning Station. Plenty of fun promised!something all the family can do together!
What a busy week we have all had! Well done to every pupil who participated to the best of their ability, throughout all of the various activities, organised for Active week 2018. A massive thank you to all the parents who got involved, be it helping out or participating. We really appreciate your support and the children loved watching you take part in the games also! Thank you also to our visiting coaches throughout the week! We look forward to working with you again next year! Here are a few snaps shots of the week!
We have had so much fun participating in gymnastics sessions with Lorraine from Kids n’motion. So far we have tried rolling techniques and handstands along with many unusual stretching positions. The sun has shone throughout both lessons so please God it will continue to shine right through to Active week.
On Friday March 16th, everyone in Inver N.S. dressed up, either in Green for St. Patrick’s Weekend or in their favourite character’s costume. We had a busy day from the word go. In the morning, we all participated in a chéile outside. We danced Cur Brog ar an asal, An Staicín Eorna, An Damhsa Mór and Tar Chugam. The sun stayed out for us throughout so we were delighted! After the small break, we had Fred, the magician perform for the whole school. He was wonderful and a lovely treat for all.
Following lunch, we held a wholeschool Tráth na nCeist. It was a busy day but lots of fun!