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April in the Junior Room

Published on April 24th 2018 by LMNS

Religion Class

At Religion class this week we have been learning all about churches.  We went over to the cathedral to look at all the different parts of the Church.  We found the prayer desk, pulpit, pew, paten, font, chalice, nave, lectern, and Communion Table.  We studied the stained glass window by Edward Burne- Jones.  Edward Burne-Jones made it because Francis Currey was good to the people of Lismore.  Francis Currey worked in the Lismore Castle during the famine.  Francis Currey was humble and just.  Humble means not boasting about what your good at.  Just means fair and kind.  Lots of people died during the famine.   Francis Currey was born in 1814 and died in 1896.  He was one of Ireland’s earliest photographers.  He was employed by the Duke of Devonshire at Lismore Castle.


Nature Walk

On Tuesday we went on a nature walk to look at deciduous and evergreen trees.  This is a picture of us standing under the Sweet Chestnut tree behind the Cathedral.  Last October we collected the sweet chestnuts that had fallen from it.  We are going to go back in a few weeks time to see the tree covered in leaves.


Junior Room Maths

At Maths class this week we have been learning all about symmetry.  We looked at symmetrical and asymmetrical shapes in our classroom.  We also talked about symmetrical buildings and bridges.  At Art class we did positive and negative pictures using our hands.

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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