Category Archives: Senior Infants

Rocking our Socks in Senior Infants

This week we celebrated World Down Syndrome Day by wearing odd socks. Odd socks represents that we are all a little bit different but ultimately the same. We designed some funky socks that can be seen in our classroom window, learned about Down Syndrome and played some fun games.


‘Makin and Shakin’ with the PTA

On Tuesday morning, volunteers from the PTA visited each class to make some noisy, green shakers for the St. Patrick’s Day parade. Thank you to all those who gave their time.

Senior Infant Homework for March

March Homework

February Homework Senior Infants

February Homework

Budding Gymnasts in Robert’s Senior Infants

January was a long and very busy month in Robert’s class. It has been a busy month for wobbly teeth, and so we talked lots about the dentist and learned a new poem called ‘My wobbly tooth’.

Our P.E. topic in January was Gymnastics. We walked like animals, talked about the different ways we can move around a space, rolled in different ways, balanced on the big and small parts of our bodies and even tried some very tricky balancing positions.