Science Week is an annual event that took place from the 11th to the 18th of November 2018. On Tuesday 13th November 2018, Janette Lynch from Carrickmacross Library visited our school to allow the children to experiment with ‘Spaghetti Engineering’. The children really enjoyed making various structures from spaghetti, marshmallows and hot glue. Have a peek below at some of their efforts. Well done everyone for taking part!
Everyone had fantastic fun this Halloween in St. Michael’s National School. We took part in ‘Trick or Treat for Temple Street’, raising some much needed funds for Temple Street hospital. We dressed up and played games to wind down after a busy first term.
We held a fancy dress competition; winners are pictured below.
As part of our Active Schools Campaign, we also decided to hold a Halloween themed active event. This included Halloween orienteering, mandarin and spoon races, pass the pumpkin, score the skeleton, spooky musical statues, a broomstick relay, wrap the mummy and hunt the witch. The children had lots of fun taking part!
Well done to everyone for their participation and to our active leaders who helped make the event a success!
Everyone had a spooktacular time this Halloween in Our School. Take a look at our wonderful costumes and the fun we had! We all put in a special effort to raise much needed funds for temple street – well done all on your fabulous efforts on the day! We also held an Halloween-themed active day in keeping with our Active School Campaign. Have a look at some of the things we got up to and also our fantastic fancy dress winners!