We are celebrating a very exciting day in Glencorrib N.S. today ahead of the All Ireland Football Final between Mayo and Tyrone tomorrow.
All of our wonderful pupils arrived to school in a sea of green and red this morning for ‘Mayo Day’!
All of our staff and pupils would like to wish the Mayo team and management the very best of luck for tomorrow! We are keeping all of our fingers and toes crossed for you here in Glencorrib!
Today was such an exciting and special day in Glencorrib N.S as it was our first day back to school.
It was fantastic to see all our lovely pupils return this morning with such big smiles on their faces!
This year we are delighted to welcome our new Junior Infants – Aoibhinn, Charlotte, Dara, Ellie, Esmé, Leon, Niamh, Odhrán and Sarah. We wish them all a happy and successful journey with us here in Glencorrib and we look forward to lots of fun times ahead with them all.
As always, the excitement on our last day of school was tinged with sadness, as we bid farewell to our wonderful 6th class pupils, Jonathan, Kevin, Angie, Ethan and Liam.
We will miss them all but wish them continued success and happiness as they graduate from national school and move into a new and exciting chapter of their lives in secondary school.
We would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our pupils and families a very happy, healthy and safe summer holidays. We look forward to welcoming you all back to Glencorrib NS in September.
Monday was a very exciting day in school as we held our annual ‘Sports Day’.
In the morning, we had great fun competing in lots of fun races including egg and spoon, three legged race and the sack race.
In the afternoon, our teachers set up different activities for us including a ‘Throw the Welly’ and a ‘Picking Potatoes’ competition.
We all had a great, fun-filled day!
This week we have been celebrating ‘Biodiversity Week’ in Glencorrib N.S. as we are currently working towards achieving our 5th green flag ‘Biodiversity’.
We have been completing nature scavenger hunts, making beautiful butterflies in art and also planting some new trees in our school garden.
Wednesday was an extra special day as all of our pupils walked, cycled or scooted to school for ‘National WOW Day’ and we all dressed in beautiful, brightly coloured clothing to symbolize biodiversity. We were very proud of the fantastic effort put in by all our pupils and families. Well done everyone!
I think you’ll agree that the boys and girls look brilliant in all their different colours!
Over the last few weeks we have been busy working on the biodiversity programme for Green-schools.
Junior and Senior infants planted some broadbean seeds during Aistear and we are eagerly awaiting lots of tall beanstalks!
Múinteoir Orna’s class sowed wildflower seeds in our school biodiversity garden and are hoping that they will attract lots of bees and butterflies over the coming months.
Múinteoir Lorraine’s room planted some potato and tomato seeds – hopefully we will have a fruitful harvest!
Have a look at some pictures from all our hard work in the garden…