St. Gall’s class
This month has been very exciting for our class.
In English, we have been doing our report writing. Each boy has chosen an animal and written a detailed report. Przemek was the winner from our class.
In art, we did initial art.
It was Active Schools’ Week in June and we did lots of cool activities including tug of war, dancing, basketball and yoga.
We also had our school tour. We went to Nenagh Leisure Centre swimming pool, then we had a picnic in the park and finally we went to Ormond Cineplex where we got to see Secret Life of Pets 2.
We have been going to Nenagh Olympic every Wednesday this month too.
We visited Nenagh Garda Station.
We visited Nenagh Castle and Gerard showed us around the Heritage Centre.
St. Goban’s classS
We went on our school tour to the park, pool and the cinema to see the Secret Life of Pets 2
We visited the Nenagh castle and the heritage centre also after learning about castles in S.E.S.E.
We also went to Nenagh athletic centre for 4 Wednesdays in June. They did racing, long jump, high jump and other exiting activities.
We studied report writing and Michael O’Halloran was chosen as our class winner
We visited the garda station, where Garda Mary gave us a tour that we all really enjoyed.
St. Fintan’s class
We had a very exciting month in June.
We went to a very good school tour in Roscrea called Fun Academy we got to go swimming go on water slides play lots of fun games and we also went into a disco tent.
We also enjoyed Active Schools’ week which was full of new activities.
We also had a visit from the RSA telling us how to be safe on the roads and on our bikes this summer.
We had great fun this month.
St. Enda’s class
We had a fantastic Active Schools’ month taking part in Dance, Judo, Athletics, Cross Fit, Yoga and walks for Active Schools’ week.
Our school tour took place on June 21st. We travelled to Cistercian College Roscrea and had a brilliant day swimming, soccer, disco dancing, orienteering, basketball and lots more besides. The sun shone and everyone enjoyed themselves immensely.
We did the Nenagh River walk and visited the park as well as walking to the Fire Station where we were shown around the station and went on the Fire truck and got to spray the teacher with the water hose! It was great fun.
Catherine from RSA paid us a visit and we learned all about how tall we have to be before we can put away the booster seats. (150cm)
St. Diarmaid’s class
On the 21st of June we went on our school tour. First, we went to King John’s castle in Limerick. We really enjoyed running around the courtyard and the two actors showed us how to swordfight.
Next we went to Bunratty castle. We ate our lunch and done a tour of the castle then we had free time to roam around the folk park.
Lastly we went to Cragganowen in Co. Clare. We saw how people lived during the Bronze Age. Our guide was brilliant. The tunnel was great fun.
We returned at 5 pm and it was a great day.
St. Declan’s class
Our class had a very busy end to the school year. We went to athletics at Nenagh Olympic every Wednesday this month.
We had active schools week and did some really cool activities such as fencing, dancing and basketball. We also went to camp CCR for our school tour.
St. Conall’s class
We had a really exiting end to our year in St Conall’s. We participated in a lovely prayer service in our G.P room where we reflected on our years in Nenagh C.B.S looking back on our years spent in C.B.S primary really emotional as our parents and loved ones joined in our celebration. We also went on our school tour to bay sports in Athlone which was a memorable experience. We took part in activities such as kayaking bushcraft and even got to jump of Europe’s tallest inflatable slide. It was a great way to finish of an enjoyable year.
St. Canice’s class
June in St Canice’s 6th Class
Our final month in primary school was as busy as ever.
In art we made mosaics after looking at different approaches on the internet.
We were busy preparing for the raising of the green and blue flags as well as the official opening of our new yard and sensory garden. We practiced our flash mob dance routine to the song that Ian and Dawid wrote ‘Fresh Prince of Clean Air’. Ian and Dawid went to a recording studio to record it.
We had a very active Active Schools’ Week and thoroughly enjoyed all the events. We especially enjoyed when we beat Mr Hannigan’s 6th class in the tug of war, our river walk and our fruit monster for our healthy picnic.
…..and finally, we had our graduation ceremony, which marked the end of our time in primary school. Thanks to Fr Rexon for leading our prayer service. We looked at a slide show of pictures of all our years here. Finally, congratulations to our classmate Ben Walsh on being awarded Student of the Year.