'What's Happening' Blog

September and October – What have we been up to?

Published on October 19th 2018 by LMNS


We went swimming for 6 Fridays. We went to Youghal. It was great fun and we enjoyed our lessons and bus trips

Inspector’s Visit:

Our school inspector came to visit the school for two days. She came to see what we were learning. She asked us questions about our work and about our school. She talked to members of the Board of Management and our Teachers as well. She was a lovely lady.


During September we were learning about our journeys to school. This is my journey.

My Mum brought me to Granddad’s house.  Granddad brought us to the bus in Conna.  We went down the road to Tallow.  In Tallow we to up the hill to Lismore.  We turned left down the Mall and we were just in time for school.  By Rebecca Tanner.


On October 15th we planted Tulip bulbs, we are looking forward to having our own tulip in the spring time but we must mind them and keep them watered until then.


At Maths we were learning about patterns.  We really enjoyed making our own patterns.


We have been learning all about hibernation, here are some facts that we learned about the hedgehog.

The Hedgehog’s worst enemy is the car.

When a hedgehog’s enemy sees its spikes the enemy runs away.

Hedgehogs are prickly.

Hedgehogs eat slugs, snails, insects, mice and rats.

They hibernate for the winter.

The mummy hedgehog is called a sow and the daddy is called a boar.

The hedgehog has 6000 spikes and the hedgehog rolls up into a ball when it senses danger and it can hear people when they are coming close.

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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