Fourth Class Latest News
We had another wonderful year of the INSPA’s with schools nationwide introducing Creative-Wellbeing into their school communities by engaging with the magic and art of photography. While the awards are still growing, we are delighted to say that we now have over 500 Primary Schools who have taken their first step of their Positive Primaries Journey.We would like to take this opportunity to thank your school for participating in the programme and to congratulate you on being selected as a 2021/22 finalist school. As a finalist school, please find your schools ‘Finalist Badge’ attached which you can share on your school website and social media channels. You can also see some of the wonderful prizes you have won here: https://www.inspa.ie/
prizesOur finalist summer expo has also been running throughout the summer and this can be seen at our online gallery by following this link: https://www.inspa.ie/ inspa-enter-exhibitionAs we prepare to announce the winners, the exhibition will be online and open for public view until Friday 7th October 2022.Your finalist entries are as follows:Jessica Copeland, This is Me, Gorey Central School, Senior CategoryRichard Halnon, Many sides to me, Gorey Central School, Senior CategoryAs you are an Image Masters School you have now completed your #PositivePrimaries Journey. Therefore, your Positive Primaries Flag and associated Student Prizes/Certs will be posted out to you as soon as the winners are announced.
Congratulations once again from the whole INSPA Team and we look forward to announcing the winners shortly.
4th class visited the library for a presentation during Science Week and enjoyed learning about climate change and how to look after our environment.
Incredible Edibles Update
On Tuesday 24th September the current 4th class attended a VIP trip to Country Crest Farm, Lusk, Co Dublin as part of their prize from Incredible Edibles Programme last year. They came second in the country out of over 1,300 participating schools which was an outstanding achievement. The tour allowed the children to see the cattle and the land where the potatoes and other produce are grown and harvested for sale in Tesco and other supermarkets around the country. They also viewed a mini educational power-point presentation as well as a large windmill and were in deep discussions with the knowledgeable farmers on hand to answer questions. The finale was a beautiful lunch including treats where there was a presentation of the greenhouse for our school for future gardening projects. It was a very enjoyable and well organised day. Well done 4th Class.