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Our 6th class have been working hard planning and preparing this year's charity Jumble Sale. We welcome the return of Santa and Mrs. Claus after Covid prevented them visiting for the past 2 years. The haggle and barter of the sale itself will form the backbone of our day, selling off all the toys that have been kindly donated over the past few weeks while our monster raffle will take place after lunch.
We are delighted to have this event back to its old format and look forward to the enjoyment, sense of fun and excitement that it brings.
All proceeds will be donated to the charities chosen by 6th class.
We finally get to visit UCH to experience the thrill of the Panto for the first time in too long! To say we all excited and looking forward to this trip is an understatement! Thanks to the Parents' Association and the School Lotto for helping out. Past trips have always been excellent and are sure to be remembered about long into the future.
Francesca Callaghan, an archaeologist, will visit the school on Wednesday Nov 23rd. The children will get the opportunity to bring the past to life, through an interactive presentation, artefact handling and lots of hands-on activities to help connect children to the heritage that surrounds them in a meaningful (and fun!) way.
Science Week aims at promoting STEAM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Maths). Over the course of the week we will be highlighting this event within our classrooms by placing a focus on activities and lessons that target an area or areas within STEAM. Getting children involved in discussing, hypothesising, planning and recording experiments and activities is central and the outcomes are always very enjoyable and rewarding.
Anti-Bullying Week also takes place next week. Through SPHE, English and Religious Education, personal safety & protection, engagement with each other to resolve conflict and knowing the difference between right and wrong are constantly promoted. During the course of next week teachers may use literacy activities, song-singing, ‘Circle Time’, debates and/or discussions to highlight the topic of anti-bullying.
Parent-Teacher meetings will take place at the end of November 2022. Your child's teacher will notify you of a time after mid-term break via the Aladdin Connect app. If the date/time provided proves unsuitable, arrangements can be made to organise an alternative date/time.
We will mark Maths Week 2022 by holding school based Maths activities across all classes in the halla and of course enjoying the Maths T-shirt creations that pupils may design at home.
Pupils from An Cuan visit Liskenneth once a month for horse-riding lessons. It is a great experience for the children and fantastic to have such a resource nearby.