We are so proud of our work this month. We have been working extremely hard to write stories for the “Write-a-Book” competition. It takes a lot of time to publish a story! Firstly we had plan our stories, this involved thinking about our plot, developing our characters and setting.… Read More
Last November our class went on a trip into town to take part in a writing workshop called ‘Fighting Words’.
At Fighting Words we wrote a story called ‘Dabby and his Great Dab Adventure’. It is about a boy called Dabby who invented the Dab.… Read More
If you love reading then you’re in for a treat! We are looking for Student Bloggers to share their love for reading! You will receive VIP student access to contribute to our new Library Blog. We want you to show the world that reading is fun and enjoyable.… Read More
Room 20 made another music video this year for Seachtain na Gaeilge. This year we chose the song ‘Pompeii’ by Bastille but of course we learned the Irish version by Colaiste Lurgan in Galway.
We thought of ideas for our video which included making posters, creating dances, going outside to film and doing the Mannequin Challenge!… Read More
Fifth class in room 8 have been very busy the last few weeks collecting recycling material for our construction projects. Items such as egg cartons, cereal boxes and plastic bottles have proved to be really useful.
We assembled our materials together and then painted them to get very creative animals/monsters.… Read More
Hello, my name is Abbie.
I am going to be writing about a dance competition that I entered with Ms. Daly and the rest of LD Dance School.
Ms. Daly is a teacher in our school and she also does Hip Hop dancing in the Jobstown Community Centre with her own dance school called LD Dance School.… Read More
Mr Campbell’s class enjoyed a visit to Tallaght Library today to take part in a Lego Workshop. When we got to the library we were split into teams. Each team picked a story and divided it into scenes. Each person on the team got to create their own scene using Lego.… Read More
Congratulations to our most recent students of the month!
The first people arrived in Ireland about 9,000 years ago (around 7000 BC). We now call them Stone Age people because they used stone tools for their farm work and for hunting. We know about these early settlers in Ireland because many of their tools and weapons survived and have been found by archaeologists.… Read More
Last Tuesday, the choir traveled to the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght to take part in the Cór Fhéile,
We sang three songs – It’s a Long Way to Tipperary, Trasna na dTonnta and Any Dream Will Do.
We received excellent comments from the judges.… Read More