News from Inver National School

News and currents adventures from Inver National School, Inver, Co. Mayo

October in the Senior Room


This is just a snapshot to what we did in October, we took part in the Mini 7s and did very well. Michael Bell from the Heritage Council of Ireland arrived to our class with some unusual friends and we went on a trip to a bog over in Glengad. The Junior Room were welcomed to our classroom for activities such as Halloween Art, Maths Games and making headbands for the Killcommon G.A.A Football match. We are continuing to read our class novel and our English Stations are going well. In Gaeilge bhí gach rud bunaithe ar “An Scoil agus Oíche Shamhna”. In Maths, we enjoyed our Maths Trails this month and we completed all our work on Averages and Data. The Human Body is still being discussed in Science and we tried to capture what our local village would have looked like 100 years ago. Some great pictures were drawn. Everyone dressed up for Halloween and because the children are working well with their Tin Whistle, Angela has given them the task of getting to grips with “Rattlin Bog”.

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