The three senior infant classes had a fun filled day when they visited Newgrange Farm in County Meath last week. All the children started the day feeding lambs with a bottle of milk. Then the children moved on to look at the little piglets, the calves, the puppies, the chicks, the enormous bull and many other farm animals. The highlight of the day for most of the children was when they got the opportunity to hold the kitten, the puppy and the chick. The children also fed the ducks and geese bread. They went into the Silkie bird’s stone-made house to feed them corn too. A farmer called David took us out to see the fairy and the leprechaun’s house on the tractor tour. After a wish made under the wishing tree, the children had great fun playing in the three different playgrounds. To finish the day, and after building up an appetite, we all had great fun sitting in the sun for a picnic. A fantastic day was had by all.