Message to 6th class students from President Michael D. Higgins
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‘Plain Sailing’, by S.R.
Parents – here are two lovely free online books to enjoy with your child. The first one is : Coronavirus, a book for children which answers key questions about the Coronvirus, the book has wonderful illustrations by Alex Sheffler and was written in consultation with health experts, educationalists and a child psychologist. You may have […]
It’s wonderful to enjoy listening to the birds singing in our gardens. Their songs are so loud, sometimes we can even hear them through our windows! They are super busy right now building nests and looking after chicks. Many of us have spotted nests in our gardens- under the eaves of roofs, in trees, in […]
We have time now to open our eyes and ears to the wildlife and nature around our houses, down our lanes, up in the sky. Be a Green Detective – what can YOU find? Learn to recognise the birdsong we hear outside in our gardens.
The Great Isolation Activity Books Click on the links below to copy or print some really fun and interesting activities for you to do at home. Thank you to the two kind Dublin teachers Fiona and Lucy who created these resources and shared them for free, they are inviting people who may wish to do […]
Mr Crossin comes in to teach the class for tin whistle on a Tuesday. The class are learning a piece called ‘Ecstasy of Gold’ by ‘Ennio Morricone’.
Exploring our School Garden with Dale Second class were so lucky to have Dale from ‘Heritage in Schools’ in the class for the day. During his visit we enjoyed doing bark rubbings on the different trees in our school garden. He shook the branches and we examined what minibeasts fell from the tree. We used […]
Ballyraine NS is a co-educational primary school in the town of Letterkenny under joint Church of Ireland/Presbyterian management. While it is a school with a Protestant ethos, all pupils of whatever background or religious persuasion are equally valued and respected.
Ballyraine Rd, Ballyraine, Letterkenny,
Junior and Senior Infants
08:50 – 13:30
1st – 6th Class