Work for 2nd Class 30th March to 3rd April

Hi everyone! I hope ye are all keeping safe. Here are a few activities to keep you going until Easter. Try to do a little every day and get into a routine. It will help in the long run. Please do not get worried about getting all of this done. Just try your best. Hope to see ye all soon! 


Please continue with your Mental Maths as usual.

You might also like to do the Daily 10 Mental Maths Challenge on Click here

We are moving on to time this week. Here are the pages from your Mathemagic 2. You can do these in your copy.

Here are links to online games you might like to try:

Here are a few extra worksheets for you to do:

When you’re finished that, you can move on to the next pages in your Mathemagic:

Don’t forget our subtraction rules:


Please continue with your Jolly Phonics sheets and your Read at Home as normal. By now you should have finished reading The Giant’s Causeway from your Clickety Click. Please complete the following pages of work based on that story:

Please read “The Four Rivers” story and the two poems “Good Morning, Mr. Croc-Doco-Dile” and “Moon Music” from your Clickety Click.

Edco are allowing free access to their website at the moment. Please click here

For writing, please pick one of these writing prompts and write a story about it:

David Walliams is releasing audio stories daily for the next 30 days. If you would like to listen in, click here for his website.

Gaeilge (Irish):

Please continue with your Fuaimeanna agus Focail.

Here is the next story in your Bun go Barr. Please read the story and do the next pages as written work. To listen to the story being read, please click here

Here are some Easter cards and sheets (in Irish) for you to colour:


We are going to be learning about Africa over the coming weeks. Here is the story of Anansi and the Pot of Wisdom from your Small World books:

Please read the story and answer the questions at the end.

Over the coming weeks, we will be learning about African countries. Please pick any African country and write a fact file about it.

We will also be learning about African animals, such as the wildebeest. Here is the page from your Small World about it:


As we are approaching Easter, here are a few videos from the Grow in Love programme about Holy Week and Easter.

The Washing of Feet:

Bread and Wine (The Last Supper)

Jesus is Betrayed by Judas:

Peter Denies Knowing Jesus:

The Stations of the Cross:

The Women at the Tomb:


Here are a few Easter themed pages for you to colour:

He is Risen colouring page

Easter Mindfulness Colouring pages


Here are a few links to websites to burn off some energy:

GoNoodle can be found here

RTE Jr 10@10 can be found here

Hurling 365 and Naomh Eanna GAA have lots of challenges and videos on their social pages. Check them out! You might see someone you know…

SEN (Mrs. Murphy):

Mrs. Murphy asks that her children:

  • Do one Snip session every fortnight
  • Continue Toe by Toe
  • Read every day for 15 minutes (at your own level)
  • Do daily mental maths on Click here
  • Continue Maths Made Easy 1 or 2 on your laptop

Christmas Carol Service in St. Joseph’s

The students of St. Joseph’s demonstrated a wealth of musical talent today at our annual carol service. We in St. Joseph’s wish all our students, staff and their families a happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

Listen to us perform by clicking each title below:

Mrs Sinnott’s Class

Mrs. Kirwan’s Class

Ms. Cushe’s Class

Mrs. Lawlor’s Class

Mr. O’Brien’s 5th

Away in a Manger- St. Joseph’s Singers and Musicians

Ms. Tobin’s Class

The First Noel – St. Joseph’s Singers and Musicians

Silent Night- St. Joseph’s Singers and Musicians

Waltzing Matilda- Slán Ms Doyle, Go n-éirí an bóthar leat san Astráil!!

Awards Ceremony

Congratulations to all of the boys and girls who collected awards today in St. Joseph’s and well done to Johnny Connors 6th class who won the Ger Hogan Award for his wonderful contribution to St Joseph’s over the past five years. Well done Johnny!

Sports Day 2019

It was touch and go for a while but St. Joseph’s Sports Day eventually went ahead and we had a great day. Well done to all who took part and congratulations to those who won events on the day. Thank you to all our friends and families who came along to support us on the day. Here are a few photos of the day.