Wicklow Montessori Primary School
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Come along and see our wonderful school. Meet the teachers, parents, explore the classrooms and hear about WMPS from our students. We have places available in our Primary School for children aged 3 to 12 years with small class sizes.
Thank you all so much for your collective effort and contributions to last year's fundraising.
We had wonderful feedback with regard to our fundraising dinner in Tinakilly House and we would like to run this event again on Friday, March 20th 2015, so please pencil this into your diaries. We hope to include Alumni in this event also.
In conjunction with Brittas Bay National School we have organised Internet Awareness workshops for 5th and 6th class and an evening seminar for parents on Thursday, Nov 20th 2014 at WMPS.
The Vegetable patch blossomed over the summer period and surprised our growers on return to school. Not only did the children learn about planting with Ewan, Killian and Elva's mum, Alyson Findlay-Byrne while planting the vegetable patch. They also got to see the fruit of their labours preparing vegetables as part of "practical life" with Hayley and shared them amoungst their friends thus practicing their "Grace and Courtsey" skills.
A very warm welcome to all our new pupils and their parents.
Brianna - Senior Infants, Ruairí - 1st Class, Luke - 4th Class, David - 5th Class and Alex who just joined Hayley's Senior Infants class this week.
Niamh's pre-school class are Brooke , Harper, Holly, Colum, Oscar, Evie, Hannah and Tom.
We're delighted you have all settled in well and a enjoying your new school environment.
Theresa Lynch and our junior to 6th classes have been busy with their science curriculum. The senior classes have been preparing for the Intel Mini Scientist and also the RDS Primary Science Fair. Chemistry has been the theme this term. 1st and 2nd class have been studying solids and liquids using various experiments.
Remember this phrase from your school days ? "An bhfuil cead agam dul go dtí an leithreas"? Kate,our 3rd & 4th class teacher, has been leading a school wide initiative on the practical use of Irish as the spoken word. Classes take it in turns to prepare Drámaí beaga to perform at assembly each Tuesday.
Biodiversity is the theme of our next Green Schools flag. We are currently working on improving the habitat and feeding for the birds around our school, we will be sending a survey home for all the children to identify the birds they see in their gardens.