The boys and girls of the Glebe NS were very privileged today as they received a visit from the Irish defence forces, who spoke to them all about the origins of the Irish flag, the 1916 rising and the work of the defence forces, before presenting them with their very own copy of the Irish […]
3rd class had lots of fun learning about static electricity and having a go at balloon surfing
All the boys and girls of the Glebe (and possibly their parents’ too?) were very busy this year putting together some wonderful shoeboxes to send to Children less well off than themselves with Team Hope. They were collected on a wet and miserable day, however this did not dampen 6th class spirits as they loaded […]
The boys and girls of the Glebe NS were delighted to have a visit from an assistance dog named Nessa. They learnt all about the job of an assistance dog, got to ask a few questions and most importantly got to have a cuddle with her.
6th class had a fantastic trip to Dublin recently. 10 of the pupils attended the annual diocese school’s service, where one of our very own Glebe pupils read to a 600 strong congregation, while the remaining class members had a tour of St Patrick’s Cathedral, where they learnt about the History of the church as well […]
Thanks to fundraising from the PTA the children of the Glebe now have some brand new tablets to help them with their learning. 6th class were the first to try them out today and they were certainly a hit.
We’re going back to school! Yippee. We start back on Thursday 27th August at 9am for a half day, finishing at 1230 (or 1215 Infants & siblings). We have a full day on Friday 9am-1445 (or 1345 infants). Looking forward to seeing you all there.
Look what we made! 1st class have been learning all about the Vikings and even managed to make their very own Viking ships. Wonderful work. Well done 1st class.
2nd class have been working on the topic of Space. Today all the parents were invited in for a presentation and to view their work. Well done 2nd class.
5th class had great fun learning about Alexander Graham Bell’s tetrahedral kite. Not only did they have a go at making their own, but they also took a trip down to the much windier Murrough to see if they could fly.