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Planting

Raised Bed Planting 2016

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Ms. Savage helped the children plant vegetables such as cabbage, carrots and broccoli  in the raised beds.

 

 

 

Raised Bed Planting

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Claire came in to help the children plant lots of different vegetables and herbs.

 

 

Hanging Baskets

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The children in the Junior Room helped Mr. Heffernan plant flowers in the hanging baskets.

 

Raised Bed Planting 2012

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A big thank you to Claire Winters who came to the school on Tuesday 1st of May to help the children plant potatoes, carrots, turnips, lettuce and strawberries in the raised beds.

 

 

 

 

Flower Planting 2012

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As part of the Green School Programme, we had to make the school grounds more attractive.  We planted spring flowers and heather in a box at the gable of the school. We got some hanging baskets to brighten up the yard also.

 

 

Pot Planting 2011

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In Autumn we planted daffodil bulbs in three pots at the front of school to brighten up the yard and the school entrance. This Spring we could see the results with lovely daffodils blooming in each pot.

 

 

 

Why choose Cloonloo National School?

  • Low pupil-teacher ratio – 1:1 teaching
  • DEIS School – This means extra grant to the school to subsidise school activities, outing and cost of books etc
  • Heavily subsidised books – total book cost this year was €20 which included all books, copies, pencils, colours etc
  • Heavily subsidised school outings, tours
  • Heavily subsidised swimming classes for all children
  • Teachers very accessible and available to talk to
  • Uniform – Very practical. White or blue t-shirt, navy or black trousers/tracksuit bottoms