‘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!

Senior Room

Published on May 09th 2017 by LMNS

Here are a few things that we have been doing so far in this our last term for this school year: Science – Looking at ways we can physically change materials – This a change that can often be reversed and involves cutting, bending, pulling, squeezing, as well as a few other methods of changing […]

Proclamation Day

Published on July 29th 2016 by admin

On March 15th 2016 we had a 1916 Proclamation Day Event. We invited the parents and families of the children to attend the event. After praying for the people of Ireland past, present and future and raising the flag, we sang the National Anthem accompanied on violin by Kathyrn Draper. The children gave demonstrations of […]


Published on July 29th 2016 by admin

A man named Jim came in and did cricket with us. We were meant to do it in the Cricket Field but it was too wet, so we did it in the top yard at school. We did some running exercises and hand-eye co-ordination exercises. Then we went in to a match. The winning team […]


Published on July 29th 2016 by admin

Recently Junior Infants up to 6th have been doing Drama with a lady called Donna. We do games and make scenes. Everyone participates and has fun. It is a great experience and teaches acting, improve and much more. We get to know each other better all while having a good time. It is great.


Published on July 20th 2016 by admin

On Mondays for 3 weeks we went to the Community Centre to do cycling with Jason and Malcolm.  The lessons last for 1 and ½ hours each week. First we learned the different hand signals for turning left, right, going straight ahead and slowing down. We learned that you always need to look over your […]

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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