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Senior Infants - Ms. D. Murphy

​Work to be Completed During School Closure 

30th March-3rd April


Hello Senior Infants!


I hope you are all well and keeping safe during this time. Here is a little work for you to complete this week.


  • Continue reading from your own collection at home. Get an adult or older sibling to help you if some of the words are tricky. Did you learn any new words? Maybe you can make flashcards for these. What the story about? Who is your favourite character? Act out your favourite scene

  • Continue with the word lists that are in your book bags - make flash cards for new words.


  • Maths Book pages 30 - 33 inclusive. 


As I am aware many of your parents are working from home and on the front line, the following activities are a list of optional extras or Early Finisher activities that you can continue with at your own pace and in your own time. 




  • Writing: Make a card or write a letter to someone who is sick or somebody who might be lonely at this time. 


  • Try to get outside and play as much as you can. 

  • Check out RTÉ school on weekdays at 11 or the activities to do during school closure page for further links- Activities 

  • Learn a new song or listen to music and get up and dance!

  • Try to read every day!

  • You should also try to do at least two jobs every day to help your parents at home. Take a look at the grid below for some ideas!


Finally, enjoy your Easter holidays! 

I would like to wish a belated happy birthday to Maisie, Ngozi and Olivia! Also a very Happy Birthday in advance to Maggie, Eve and Caoimhe.C! Wishing you a lovely day:)


I hope I will see you all soon. 


Kind Regards,

Ms. D. Murphy

You may like to try some of these. Which ones did you do?

Useful Information

  • P.E. days are Mondays and Fridays. The children should wear their tracksuits on these days. 

  • Irish dancing takes place every Thursday. The children should leave their dancing shoes (plimsolls) in school if possible, to ensure they are not forgotten. Please label shoes clearly.