As part of Book Week, our 6th Classes in the school teamed up with 3rd Classes for Reading Buddies! This was a great success! Here are some pictures of Mr. Campbell’s 3rd Class reading with the 6th Class students from Ms.… Read More
Book Week has been such a success in our school. There have been so many activities! Here are a few of them!
Thanks to Mr Fitzgerald we had a brilliant table quiz in the hall! … Read More
Room 4 are delighted to finally show everyone the special project we have been working on .. A MUSIC VIDEO! The song we chose is Lurgan vs. Coldplay (Sky Full of Stars as Gaeilge). We learned the song back in October. … Read More
Our class love reading in different places, so we went to Hogwart’s library (Harry Potter was very nice to let us visit over the weekend!). Have a look at our photo if you don’t believe us!!!… Read More
As part of the Transition Programme with Mount Seskin Community College, Ms Gallagher’s class took part in a poetry workshop.
Here are some of their poems, they are fantastic!
For our St. Patrick’s Art, we made our very own St. Patricks! We used green cups for the body, a Styrofoam ball for the head and foam for the rest! We are happy with how they turned out!… Read More
After a whole month, room 4 have finally put the finishing touches to their Norman castles. We made a Motte and Bailey Castle and a Stone Castle. We think they look fab! We are very proud of them!… Read More
Here are some photos from the 3rd class céilí for Seachtain na Gaeilge last week. We all had great fun. We listened to Ray, Ms Farrell and the mandolin club play some Irish music for us, we watched a music video as Gaeilge made by room 4, we sang an Irish song and said an Irish poem and we watched some Irish dancing before trying some ourselves!… Read More
On Thursday 26th February Room 20 went to The Little Museum of Dublin to take part in an ‘I Love Dublin’ workshop.
We took the bus to St. Stephens Green. We got off the bus then had lunch.… Read More
As part of Seachtain na Gaeilge 6th Class were very lucky to receive a visit from World Championship boxer Bernard Dunne.
Here are some of the things the boys and girls from Ms Kelly’s class remember from his visit;
“He said that we should drink lots of water and not drink Lucozade Sport” Stacy
“If you don’t try you won’t succeed” Scott
“It doesn’t matter where you’re from, you can still do really well for yourself.” Ceadaoin
“The most important thing when taking part in a sport is to have fun!” Sekinat
“You can be anything you want to be.” Liam
“Don’t be afraid of your future.” Jake
“He remembered us because this was the first school he ever spoke to students at.” Lee
The above photo shows Bernard Dunne and Ms O’Shea with Ms Gallagher and the boys and girls in her class.… Read More