Community Garden – Howth Tidy Towns.

Some boys and girls helped to plant trees with Howth Tidy Towns and other members of the community. Great fun was had by all!

World Book Day 2021

Have a look at how busy we have been during our online learning:

Ms. Anderson’s Junior Infants

9ú Feabhra 2021

Well done to all the Junior Infants in Ms. Anderson’s class who have are very busy completing STEM challenges and creating their very own junk puppets! We are so proud of you all.

Ms. O’Halloran’s 2nd Class

Have a look at some of the exciting projects Ms. O’Halloran’s boys and girls have been getting up to. Well done to you all!

 Ms. Nugent’s 5th Class

9ú Feabhra 2021

The boys and girls in Ms. Nugent’s 5th class have been looking at bird species that can be seen in Irish gardens and species you might see along coastlines like Howth. The children took videos of the birds and created some excellent projects. Why not check out Bird Watch Ireland to learn how to attract some lovely birds into your garden too. https://birdwatchireland.ie/our-work/fun-learning/for-kids/

‘If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere’ – Van Gogh

Senior Infants have been learning all about life on the farm.

8ú Feabhra 2021.

Lots of fun at home with Ms. McHugh’s Junior Infants.

5ú Feabhra 2021.

Space Week in Senior Infants

2ú Feabhra 2021

Both Ms. O’ Donnell’s and Ms. Fox’s class learnt all about space recently. They explored the 8 planets and identified what it takes to be an astronaut. They will be able to tell you who the first person to walk on the moon was and that Dr. Norah Patton is currently training to be an astronaut. We loved learning about her because she is from Ireland. Have a look at some of the creations below. Well done everyone!

“The stars will never be won by little minds; we must be big as space itself.” – ROBERT A. HEINLEIN

Ms. Reilly’s 4th Class

2ú Feabhra 2021

Ms Reilly’s 4th Class have been doing Zoom Art lessons and Mindful colouring. Here are some of their pictures. They also designed and made puppets from materials they found at home.

Ar Aghaidh le Chéile

Scoil Mhuire, Howth Primary School

We are situated in the heart of Howth village, above the busy fishing harbour and marina.  Our school is a village school in the best sense of the terms, serving and being supported by the local community.  There are playing fields and an all purpose Astro Turf pitch located beside the school for outdoor sports and physical education classes.

Howth’s beautiful natural environment is exploited to the full by the teachers for nature classes, walks, projects, etc.

The school population is growing and is blessed with a wonderful community of students.