STEM

Fifth Class have been working hard completing many different STEM activities this year, from creating colour spinners to exploding volcanos. The children really enjoy the opportunity it gives them to experiment and problem solve. Third Class made shadow puppets to create scenes as part of a STEM programme activity. They changed their puppet to makeContinue reading “STEM”

Junior Achievement

Sixth Class From ClassRoom to ClassZoom with Volunteer Larry Monaghan Whilst COVID has had a serious impact on our schools and students (not forgetting parents and carers either), our partnership with JAI has focused efforts on mitigating its impact and supporting the educational experience of our young people. JAI has developed a series of ‘blended’Continue reading “Junior Achievement”

CNS Story Competition 2020

Castleknock National School poem Lily McDonagh Ella Melbourne story – Alien invasion at Castleknock National School Juliet Gargan- The Crystals Tales From Thy Book Of Irish Pride – Conor Laidler The Christmas Secret at Castleknock National School- Juliet Hutchinson Thomas McDonagh CNS poem Adam Lampart – The Woods Alvah Alfa- THE STORY OF CASTLEKNOCK NATIONALContinue reading “CNS Story Competition 2020”

Short Story Competition

Second Chance by Mimi Leatham An Axe by Aditi Kadam Forest Trap By A.K Joshika The Aftermath by Conor Laidler Ben’s Big Holiday by Charlotte Cooper Super Snail by Robyn Connolly The Birthday Murder by Irina Andreeva The 12 Animals by Niu Niu Kong Supercoot by Eleni Limond The Seire by Odhran Biddlecombe Shadow KnightsContinue reading “Short Story Competition”

Literacy

CNS Story Competition 2020 Short Story Competition

Frása na Seachtaine

Nollaig Shona Duit (17/12/20) Conas atá an aimsir? Tá sé fuar (4/12/20) Cad atá i do bhosca lóin? (27/11/20) Cén lá atá ann inniu? (13/11/20) Cén aois thú? (6/11/20) Cad is ainm duit? (16/10/20) Conas atá tú? (25/9/20) Fáilte isteach (18/9/20) Dia Duit. Dia is Muire duit. (11/9/20) Slán leat a mhúinteoir (06/03/20) An bhfuilContinue reading “Frása na Seachtaine”