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St Joseph's National School Longford

Where the aim of our school is to provide a holistic education for all pupils in developing the social, personal, spiritual, academic and aesthetic aspect of the child

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New Website Launched

We hope you enjoy our new website design. A lot of hard work has gone into putting the website together and we would like to thank all involved. 
Upcoming Events

Christmas Day

Friday 25 December 2015
Location: School
 

St Patrick's Day

Thursday 17 March 2016
Location: School
 
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St Joseph's School Launches New Website

We are delighted to launch our new website for the school. We hope you enjoy the new website, find it informative, easy to navigate and like the new design.

11/12/2014 14:07 | School News
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Football skills!

20 April 2015

We have been very lucky to have Sean McCormack teaching the children football skills for the last few weeks. As you can see from these photos the children love all the different games and activities they have been learning! Filed under: Physical Education, Senior Infants 2014/2015 Tagged: football, PE, physical education, skills, sport

Art: Making Rainbow Mosaic Spirals

16 March 2015

Filed under: Art, Senior Infants 2014/2015 Tagged: Art, circles, Collage, Colour, creative, mosaic, rainbow, spirals

Art: Jack Frost

11 March 2015

We used the story Jack Frost by Kazuno Kohara as inspiration for some wax resist art. The children used oil pastel to draw and colour the character of Jack Frost. We created icy patterns using a white oil pastel crayon. Then we painted over the background in blue to reveal the icy patterns. Lastly we […]

Construction skills! 

11 March 2015

The children continue to amaze me with their construction skills! There has been a huge development in the quality of their imaginative construction play since September.   Filed under: Aistear, Maths, Senior Infants 2014/2015 Tagged: Aistear, build, construction, maths

Maths: Measure – Length! 

11 March 2015

The children enjoyed exploring the concept of length in maths. They used cubes and lolly pop sticks to measure objects such as pencil cases, books folders and their tables. They compared objects and sorted them according to their length. They learned to use the vocabulary ‘long / longer/ longest’ when describing length. Here are some […]

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