Category Archives: 5th & 6th


5th and 6th Class completed a Flashmob #ShamrockChallenge  on yard for 3rd and 4th Class just as they all lined up after break.

Seachtain na Gaeilge

Children celebrated Seachtain na Gaeilge this week. Children completed scavenger hunts and quizzes throughout the week.  5th and 6th Class did the Shamrock Challenge as a flashmob for 3rd and 4th Class.  All children wore green for Lá Glas.  

Posting some Christmas Cheer

Children from 5th and 6th Class posted all the classes postcards to the Nursing Homes.

Christmas Recitals

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all the Children and Staff of Lacken National School. Please click on the links below: Christmas Recital Infants Stoca Nollag Christmas Recital Infants Five Little Reindeer Christmas Recital 1st & 2nd An … Continue reading

Meet Our First Ever Student Council

There was great excitement in school on Election Day. All the children got to vote for their favourite candidate. The following children were elected to represent the views of all pupils and to improve school life for all.     … Continue reading


A selection of artwork from all the classes. 12►

Student Council Elections

Student Council Candidates are busy canvasing for the upcoming elections on Tuesday December 8th. Posters have been created and put into all the classrooms. The candidates have uploaded speeches to let the voters know a little bit about them and … Continue reading

Bug Hotel

6th Class are busy learning about biodiversity. They created a bug hotel in the church grounds.  

Student Council

We are setting up a Student Council. A Student Council is a group of pupils that have been elected to represent the views of all pupils and to improve our student life. There is huge excitement at the prospect. Children … Continue reading

Green School Update

The children of 5th/6th class are working on the Green School programme for this year. Our theme is Biodiversity. Currently the children are planting bulbs in various parts of the school grounds. They are also planting the window boxes of the … Continue reading