Heritage Expert Eileen Canny recently visited the school to give a talk on ecology. She visited all classrooms. She brought with her samples of deer antlers, bird nests, bats and bees. The children really enjoyed her visit.
Pictured here are the Sixth Class girls with their Christmas Cross Stitch Pictures. Well Done girls! A special word of thanks to Angela for kindly facilitating and guiding the girls with this beautiful art work.
Pictured above is Cara Doyle (2nd Class) with her wonderful ‘Gingerbread House’. We think Cara has a bright future baking! This creation was scrumptious. Well Done Cara!
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This years Power Point competition measured up very well to the high standard set over the past few years with some excellent entries. Judging was a most difficult task and to say that each and every project could have been … Continue reading
Pupils busy at work constructing the 3 Little Pigs House for the Christmas Play Chloe Healy and Lauren Power with their Cross Stitching which they framed and gave to their Mothers for Christmas … Continue reading
Representatives from the Irish Defense Forces recently called to Firoda School, as part of a National Strategy, to present the school with the Tricolour Flag and a copy of the Proclamation. During the ceremony the Proclamation was read by current … Continue reading