Junior Infants

Welcome To The Junior Infants Page!

Hello everybody! Thank you for visiting our page.
There are 16 of us in Junior Infants.
Ms. Yataki is our class teacher.

Junior Infant booklist 2018

Please click on the link above to see the Junior Infant booklist for 2018.

 

Active Week June 2019 – Day 1 & 2

Active Week began in Killoughteen NS on Wednesday June 12th. It has been a very busy two days so far. We had a Teddy Bears picnic in Junior and Senior Infants, Basket ball blitz, Football Blitz (Tim Crowley Memorial Cup), Go Kart fun, Take on the Teachers Challenge,...

4th Class Hurling Blitz

On Thursday June 6th our class went to play in a blitz in the GAA field in Newcastle West. We were really excited about going. The day was mainly dry and we knew we had to play 3 matches. We played two teams from the Courtenay School and a team from Dromcollogher NS....

3rd Class Football Blitz

On May 30th we attended a football blitz which was organised by David O Dea. (West Limerick Games Development Administrator). We were split into two teams. It was really exciting heading off to our first blitz. It was great fun. We played against the Courtenay School,...

Rainbow Class school tour 2019

Today May 21st our Rainbow Class went on school tour. We were very excited this morning coming to school. We were all dressed up and couldn't wait to go. Mr Curtin, Caroline and Trish went with us. It was a lovely sunny day. We left school at 9:20am and went to...

First Holy Communion 2019

Congratulations to all the boys and girls in Second class on receiving  the sacrament of First Holy Communion on Saturday last the 11th of May. The ceremony went off very well and we hope all the boys and girls had a lovely time celebrating this special day. Thanks to...

Exploring Robotics and Coding

In February, 5th and 6th class pupils participated in a coding workshop run by Analog Devices. The class was split into teams and had to assemble a robot using Lego. The pupils then coded the robot to follow an assigned path. The winning team went on to complete in a...

Building Rockets

5th and 6th class pupils were given a selection of materials and had to work together to create the most effective foam rocket possible. Once the agreed rocket was assembled the children were able to incorporate maths by measuring distance travelled versus force. They...