We had a great Seachtain na Gaeilge. Dr Jimmy from Waterford Institute of Technology came to visit with some of his students. We had a session!
Our school has won another Primary Science and Maths Award. Thanks to all who helped us. We had great fun.
We left behind our old school at Morrisson’s Avenue, Tycor, Waterford. We were sad to leave but very happy to be moving to our nice new school at Manor Hill. We had a lovely assembly to say goodbye.
We celebrated Europe Day on May 9th. We learned about the foundation of the European Union and how it was started after World War 2 to bring peace and prosperity to Europe. It was begun by Monet and Schumann who shook hands so that Europe could come together in peace. To commemorate this monumental day the whole school took part in Shake Hands for
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The 2014 Heritage Day at Waterford Educate Together was super! Thanks to all the Parents and Grandparents who made it! A huge thanks also to Michael who conducted walking tours of our school.
Here are some pictures of the first visit to the Manor Hill School.
On March 3rd Waterford Educate Together National School are moving into temporary accommodation. The location is in the old “Little Sisters of the Poor” building (aka “Saint Joseph’s House”), at the junction of Manor Hill and Hennessy’s Road in Waterford City. See the map Below View Larger Map
Well done boys! We are all very proud of you!