Home » Classes » Junior Infants 1 (Ms. Lowe)

Junior Infants 1 (Ms. Lowe)

Fáilte! 

Welcome to Junior Infants 1

We are delighted to welcome all the boys and girls in Junior Infants 1 to Harold’s Cross National School.

The children are settling in very well into school life. Keep an eye on this page to see what we get up to during the year…


September

Gaelic Football
Junior Infants 1 were very excited to begin Gaelic football with our coach Jonathon.

 

Fun with Playdough!
The boys and girls really enjoyed using their fine motor skills to make the new letters they learned using playdough.

 

September Awards 🙂
A big congratulations to this months Assembly Award Winners Brody, Aoife and Evan. Maith sibh!


October

Maths Week
For Maths week Junior Infants took part in a shape hunt in the school garden. They had lots of fun searching for 2D Shapes. Here they are in action!

 

Congratulations to Harry and Ali who won awards for their excellent participation in Maths week activities. Maith Sibh!!

 

Geography
In geography we discussed the different types of weather. The children used their cutting skills to select and cut out the types of clothes worn in different weather conditions.

 

Autumn Art
The boys and girls were very happy to have their lovely Autumn artwork on display. 


Halloween 🎃
The class enjoyed getting dressed up for Halloween. We had lots of spooky fun and games.

The children enjoyed playing ghost skittles and grab the spider.


October Awards 🙂
Well done to this months award winners Christabel, Killian and Ruby.  Keep up the great work!

 

November

Morning Table Top Activities
The children enjoyed participating in our morning activities which involved use of fine motor skills and revising phonics sounds. (c,k,e,h,u,r,b)

 

Rince Gaelach & Yoga
The class were very excited to start Irish Dancing in the hall with Zoe. Here they are ag damhsa!

We enjoyed some relaxation time doing Cosmic Kids Yoga activities.

 

Geography
We learned about the different people who can help us in our community. We finished off with a cut and stick activity.