We have a lot of fun learning here at Liosmór Mochuda National School.
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In the Senior Room we recently learned about electromagnets. You can see them at work in cranes in scrap-yards where they lift scrap metal. They are also part of M.R.I. scanning machines. We learned that you can make certain materials into magnets by running a current through them. We used an iron nail, at first it […]
As part of Operation Transformation we were invited to take part in 10@10. This involved the whole school doing exercise together at 10 a.m. on Friday February 10th. We all went into Mrs. Sheehan’s room and we followed the instructions on the video. It was a very energetic 10 minutes and we hope we can […]
The Heritage in Schools Scheme provides a panel of 175 heritage specialists to visit primary schools throughout the country. The specialist’s areas of expertise range from bats to whales, from vikings to the history of bread, from story-telling to traditional dance, and from charcoal making to military heritage, to mention a few. The scheme supports […]
On Valentine day when we came into school we found Valentine Cards on our desks and we didn’t know who they were from. The children in Miss Quin’s class had made them for us. We are still trying to guess who made our cards because they didn’t write their name on them. Zarra never got […]