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!
West Waterford Sports: The time of year has once more arrived for the West Waterford Sports. This year we were represented by James, Hugo and Luke in the boys sprints, Dani and Alison the girls sprints and Thea, Alison, Ally and Dani in the relay. Dani and Alison along with the relay team, with […]
Wormery: With the help of the local Tidy Towns Committee we set up a wormery. We drilled holes in a dark plastic box. Then we put damp cardboard in and then damp paper, some woodchips and then we repeated this layering again. We added Tiger Worms and put newspaper on the top. We learned about […]
We were learning all about symmetry in Maths. Symmetry is all about lines. We cut out lots of 2D shapes and folded them to find the line of symmetry. We discovered that some triangles are asymmetrical. We made butterfly pictures to show how symmetry works. We also made symmetrical objects out of shapes. We now […]
Vincent Van Gogh We did a project on Vincent Van Gogh. He was born in Holland. People did not like his paintings as they were so dull. After a while he painted a bright picture of flowers in a pot called the “Sunflowers”. He made lots of new bright pictures. He couldn’t become too famous […]
Poetry The Senior Room have been taking part in some poetry workshops. The aim is to learn all about different poems so we can each write a poem. These poems will be entered into a competition and then the winning poems will be put into a book. The overall winner will have their poem read […]
Drumming: We have only had one week of drumming but it was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone. We are looking forward to the next three weeks of drumming and hope to learn enough to perform at the annual B.B.Q. on June 14th. This will be held at the school and you are all very welcome to […]
Spring Clean: We took part in the annual Spring Clean once again this year. Out came the brushes, shovels, rakes and gloves and we set to work. Some of the younger children cleaned the windowsill and we even had the windows cleaned. The older children did a fantastic job tidying up the yard and the […]