This week Junior Infants A and B celebrated Rosh Hashanah which is the Jewish New Year.
On Friday the classes ate some apples dipped in honey. Apples are sweet and honey is sweet too. Jewish people eat apples dipped in honey on Rosh Hashanah for a sweet and joyful year ahead.
As we all ate our apples dipped in honey we said 'Shanah Tovah' which is Hebrew for 'Happy New Year'.
We all really enjoyed learning about Rosh Hashanah this week.
Shanah Tovah everyone!
For the next number of weeks Junior Infants A and B will be undertaking GAA classes with Brendan O'Driscoll from Carrigaline GAA.
The lessons will take place every Friday for the next 5/6 weeks.
We had our first session last Friday and had lots of fun.
A reminder that the full infant day begins on Monday 18th of September.
School will begin at the same time-8.50 am.
Small break will be from 10.50-11.00 am.
The children will remain in school from 12 and have big lunch from 12.30-1.00 pm. They will eat in the class from 12.30-12.40 pm and then play in the yard from 12.40-1.00 pm.
Children in Junior and Senior Infants finish school at 1.30 pm and parents may still collect children from the classroom door as normal.