‘What’s Happening’ Blog

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!

Spring Clean

Published on May 09th 2017 by LMNS

Each year we look forward to the Annual Spring Clean. Sometimes we clean an area on North Mall and sometimes we clean up our school environment. This year the whole school got involved in cleaning up around the school. Some of us cleaned window sills, some of us brushed up, some of us picked up […]

Beetle Drive

Published on April 07th 2017 by LMNS

On Thursday April 7th the B.O.M. held a Beetle Drive as a social night. About 20 people attended and we have a great time. A Beetle Drive is a dice games where you try to draw a beetle. First you have to get a body, then you can add wing and legs, you need a […]

Senior Room Activities

Published on April 07th 2017 by LMNS

In Science this week we learned about mixing and separating materials. Firstly we mixed materials to make the March Birthday Cake. Then we did more mixing and separating materials including oil, coffee, salt, sugar and flour. We mixed them with hot and cold water.  


Published on April 05th 2017 by LMNS

We are always delighted to see new life. It was wonderful to see the new baby chick and a baby lamb this week. The Daunt family brought in a hen and chicks, the chicks hid under the hen’s wings when the classroom got too loud. You could hardly see them. The Maxwell’s lamb Flash paid […]


Published on April 05th 2017 by LMNS

Our parents came in to see us present our work. The Junior Room presented their projects on different people like Van Gogh, Alexander Graham Bell and J.K. Rowling. They also sang some Songs. The Senior Room presented their car and homes projects and sang a song in Irish and English. We hope our parents enjoyed […]

Liosmór Mochuda National School is a mixed two-teacher school in Lismore, Co. Waterford under the Patronage of the Church of Ireland. It is nestled at the top of North Mall between the historic St. Carthages Cathedral and the Deanery.



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