Winter and Christmas Art Class and our
Annual Christmas Caroling and Craft Workshop
We hope that everybody had a safe and happy Halloween, we had lots of fun in our Montessori, Art and Mid Term Camp between Halloween stories, kite flying, singing , dancing, dress up and of course creating lots of scary art work!
It is hard to be believe that M&A’s has launched its winter and Christmas Art Class and is back this Sat 12th of November till 17th Dec! Continue reading
M&A’s Mid Term Halloween Camp
It’s hard to believe we are getting ready for our Halloween Mid Term Camp from the 1st -4th of November 2016!
We have lots of activities planned to include Scarecrow Art Projects, Dance Workshops, Singing, Nature Walk, Science Activities, Kite Flying and Magic tricks followed by an activity show and Fancy dress Thursday! Continue reading
M&A’s Montessori, Music and art school are delighted to announce our New Creative Summer School Programme for 2016 with the great success of last year’s programme the team at M&A’s have designed another fun packed summer programme that is just as exciting and full of creative flair as last year!
For this summer each week is themed from Beach week, to Line dancing/American Week, Grease lightning to Irish Fashion design and lots more, all our sessions also include Music, Dance, Art, Lego, Drawing, Painting, Meccano, Aerobics, dress up outdoor learning and lots more.
M&A’s (Montessori, Music and Art School) is delighted to announce the Creative Easter Camp 2016 which is spread over two weeks of the Easter School break! At M&A’s Easter Camp parents can avail of days which suit them throughout the Easter break and we will ensure that your child/children have lots of fun, make new friends and of course are kept busy in our fun and educational environment.
Whilst the camps are focusing on the celebration of Easter to include Easter Art and Crafts, Easter Egg hunt, games and activities M&A’s will also commemorate the centenary of the 1916 rising and ultimately focus on remembering the children who were forgotten and lost their lives during this period in Irish History.