Ms. Doyle Senior Infants Booklist for Split Class 2017-2018

Ms Doyle Senior Infants Split Class Book List 2017-2018

Religion:

  • Grow in Love Senior Infants. (Veritas)

Maths:

  • Cracking Maths Senior Infants   (Gill & Macmillan)

Gaeilge:

  • Céim ar Chéim B  (CJ Fallon)

English:           

  • Just Phonics (Senior Infants)
  • Jolly Phonics Pupil Book 2 (Code JL 683) 

Writing:

  • Just Handwriting Pre Cursive Handwriting Programme for Senior Infants (Educate.ie)

Literacy Lift Off Contribution:

  • €5.00 to be paid in September.

Maths Rental – Ready Set Go:

  • €5.00 to be paid in September.

Insurance, photocopying, stamped addressed envelope:               €27.00 to be paid in September.

Very important: Please put all money in a clearly labelled sealed envelope with your child’s name and class.

Pencil case to contain: 3 pencils, eraser, sharpener, crayons and 2  large pritt sticks

Copies:

  • 1x88page copy
  • 1x 9×7 Hardback copy
  • 1×40 pages (15) Project Copy Book
  • A4 Envelope File

Please ensure that all books are covered and clearly labelled with your child’s name on the front outer cover.

Tracksuit and school jumper/cardigan must have your child’s name on the label.

School uniform- The full school uniform must be worn at all times. The uniform consists of a grey pinafore/pants, blue shirt, school tie, grey cardigan/jumper. School crests for jumpers/cardigans can be ordered from the school. Black, brown or navy shoes are required as are plain black, navy, white, red or grey tights. School tracksuits may only be worn during PE and sporting activities. A light blue polo shirt may be worn in June and September (optional). Runners, with non marking soles to protect the hall, may only be worn with tracksuits. Please keep in mind, when buying school shoes, coats, lunch boxes etc. that your child can open and close them independently.

An old clearly labelled t- shirt that will cover clothes for painting is required. (Please note that t- shirts with buttons can be awkward and inconvenient, so please ensure your child’s     t-shirt doesn’t have buttons.)