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!
Engineering Week For engineering week we made bridges using bricks and paper, we then used counters for people and whoever got the most counters on their bridge were the winners. After the counters we used toy camels. It was good fun constructing our bridges From 1st and 2nd Classes
Eoin came in to tell us about water safety. He told us that 2 golden rules for swimming are: Never enter the water alone. Only swim when the water is at your waist height, no deeper. He told us that in Ireland we have cold water and some people can get cold quickly and easily. […]
Seachtaine na Gaeilge: On March 15th Miss Quin spoke Irish for most of the day. We tried to speak Irish as much as we could. After we had written the recipe in Irish we made and decorated buns. We went to the shop and had to calculate the cost of the ingredients in Irish too. […]
World Book Day For world Book Day we each wrote a book which we read for each other and the Junior Room children. We also did a ‘Where’s Wally’ trail. It was fun and we enjoyed the day. Seniors On world book day we dressed up as our favourite characters. We brought in […]
We had the privilege of hosting the Diocesan Service on June 9th. Schools from Waterford, Cashel, Clonmel and Stradbally came along. The service was lovely, the children all sang extremely well. All of the schools read their readings, prayers and quotes well and the service was enjoyed by all. The highlight was the talk given […]
Show and Tell Every year in Mrs. Sheehan’s room, we bring in our favourite toy and show it to our friends and tell them all about it. Zarra forgot her toy; she was going to bring in a remote control car that she got from Santa. Luke brought in a Nerf Gun; it shoots […]
We were delighted to take part in making and collecting shoe boxes for children who may not receive a Christmas present. Here are pictures of all the boxes we collected. We hope they brighten up some child’s life and make Christmas a joyful time.