We have a lot of fun learning here at Liosmór Mochuda National School.
See below to learn more about what we’ve been up to and check back soon to keep up to date!
This year we went to the Cathedral in Waterford for the Annual Children’s Diocesan Service. It was lovely to hear all of the children from the school sing so beautifully. The organ player kept the music lively and the lady who led the service gave a lovely sermon. Then we walked, in the rain, […]
We came to school at half six. We went into the classroom and ate some food. Then we played around the Church. I sang ‘Count on Me’ and Shane was playing the guitar. We played catch on the top yard. We ran around the church again. Then we came out of the Church and […]
We went to Trí na Sí, in Watergrasshill for our school tour. We saw pigs, called Molly, Milly , Peppa and George. We also say Shetland ponies, donkeys, goats and we got to feed the goats and rub them. We also saw Friesian calves. We also saw chickens, pigeons and rabbits. We played with the […]
We headed off to Dunmore East Adventure Centre early on the morning of June 12th. Even though the weather was damp we all hopped in our kayaks and paddle around for a while before jumping on the the Wibit Wipeout. After this we warmed up under a warm shower and enjoyed a hot-chocolate and lunch. […]
On a dull and cool afternoon we set off for the local Cricket Grounds to complete the activities that made up Sports Day. We had sprints, sack races, skipping races, ‘spud’ and spoon races, 3 legged races and long races. The Senior Room had completed javelin and discus events in school. Some of our parents […]
That lovely time of year has arrived; the days are getting longer, new life is visible and we made it to the Easter holidays. This week we have been finishing up bits and pieces of work, completing tests and learning about Jesus’ last week before his crucifixion. The Dean took us through the daily events […]
We all love and appreciate our Mums. They do so much for us and we are grateful to have such wonderful role-models in our lives. For Mothering Sunday we made bunches of flowers that were distributed to the ladies in church as an appreciation for all that they do for us.
Eileen, a dental hygienist, came to our school. She told us why it was important to look after our teeth. We saw pictures of teeth that were rotting because they were not looked after properly, they were very ugly. She also informed us about the amounts of sugar in many of the drinks we drink […]
Earlier in the year the Senior Room planned tulips. Each group planted theirs in a different place. We were excited to see that each of the crocuses has begun to bloom. It was interesting that the different colours bloomed at different times.