Wildlife expert Eanna Ni Lamhna will visit the school this Friday 10th February. Eanna works with both primary and post primary schools and is well known for her television and radio work. She has been a member of the panel on the RTE 'Mooney Goes Wild' programme since 1994.
Eanna likes to bring the children out into the local environment, around the school or within walking distance to explore what trees, flowers, birds and creepy crawlies live there. The children use umbrellas, nets, pooters and jars to catch and study the wildlife, returning them once again of course!
Back in the classroom, the children discuss the wildlife that they found -their life-cycles and their habitats.