ntercultural week will run from Monday the 14th- Friday 18th of November. We are delighted to be able to return to the pre covid style of Intercultural Week.
Each class has been assigned a country to learn about. Parents are welcome to come into school next week and talk to their child’s class about the country they have been assigned. Please contact your child’s class teacher if you wish to come in.
Please see the overview of what the classes will be doing next week
|Decorate Room Projects Fashion Show prep Orienteering Junior||Decorate Room Projects Fashion Show prep Orienteering Senior||Day of Travel Quiz||Food Fair||Fashion Show|
There will be a food fair on Thursday (17th of Nov) showcasing all the different cultures and culinary traditions. We would greatly appreciate it if you could make something for the food fair with your child as part of your child’s homework next week. Please note that nuts are not permitted and that an ingredients list will need to be filled out for each recipe. Thank you in advance for your help with this. On Thursday morning pupils can go directly to the hall with the food that they have made. The hall will be open from 08:30am onwards. The Student Council, Yellow Flag Committee and Parents Association will be helping out with this also.
List of countries
|Junior Infants Olivia||Poland|
|Junior Infants Alanna||Spain|
|Senior Infants Ailbhe||Philippines|
|Senior Infants Cáit||Jordan|
|1st Class Kevin||Pakistan|
|1st Class John||China|
|2nd Class Cliodhna||Denmark|
|2nd Class Grace||France|
|3rd Class Ciara||USA|
|3rd Class Chloe||Slovakia|
|4th Class Zara||Brazil|
|4th Class Graham||Singapore|
|5th Class Anna Rose||Romania|
|5th Class Conor||India|
|6th Class Orlaith||South Africa|
|6th Class Diarmiud||Estonia|
Thank you for all your help,
Chloe and Aisling.