The pupils in Mr Campbell’s 5th class are very creative and artistic! They used their imaginations and created some amazing pieces of art using fabric and fibre. Have a look at our photos.
This story is about a horse called Topthorn and this little boy whose father went to a market and bought a horse but they already had a horse named Zoe. One day the little boy’s father was drunk and he said to little Joey that if he doesn’t start looking after him within the next five weeks that he will have to sell the horse to a different farmer.… Read More
Now that summer is here, the pupils in Mr Campbell’s 5th class have been having fun learning in our beautiful school garden. We think that we have the best school garden in the whole of Ireland and we are very proud of it.… Read More
We had a very busy few weeks leading up to the Easter holidays and now that we are well rested we can reflect on all the great work we did and all the fun we had.
A teacher called Ms McCarthy came to our class to teach us for three weeks and did some really interesting lessons with us.… Read More
Today our story that we created at our Fighting Words workshop was published in The Irish Times. We were very excited this morning when we all got our own newspaper to take home. It was surreal to see our work published in such a big newspaper.… Read More
Term two ended with a jam packed month. We planted lettuce seeds which will soon be replanted in the school garden. Some children have taken on the responsibility of looking after these seeds over the Easter holidays. We enjoyed a fantastic week for Seachtain na Gaeilge which ended with a Céilí in the hall. … Read More
Wishing everyone a safe and peaceful Easter… School will re-open on Monday 24th April at 9am…… Read More
Congratulations to all of our class winners; Quedesh, Earl John, Jamie and Aimee and especially to our overall winner Earl John! Thanks to Ms Devine for organising the spelling bee and the prizes.
We went to into town to the National Museum with Ms Barry’s class to see Bog Bodies. We had been learning about the Celts in history and wanted to know a little more and ask some questions about what life was like in the Iron Age.… Read More
Recently Room 15 went to Tallaght Library as part of Engineers Week for a workshop called ‘The Engineering of Everyday Things’. We listened to speakers from IKEA, IT Tallaght and Chopped tell us about sustainable living and how we can help. … Read More