Well done to Kevin, Ken, Sean and Sultan who all won trophies at a chess tournament which was held in Mount Seskin Community College (MSCC) yesterday. A huge thank you to all the students in MSCC who assisted with the tournament and also the members of staff who organised the event. … Read More
The choir travelled to the National Basketball Arena to participate in CórFhéile 2018. They sang 3 songs: Beidh Aonach Amarach, Yesterday by the Beetles and Diamonds by Rihanna.
They got excellent comments from the judges who loved the performance.… Read More
We are learning all about the 1916 Easter Rising.
Here are our projects. We wrote fact files about important people in the Rising and summarised the events each day during the Easter Rising.… Read More
By Shannon O’Keeffe
1: Tales of the town
One icy cold winter morning, Betty was awoken by a shake on her shoulder from her mum. “Morning Betty! I made you an omelette, your favourite.”
Betty was surprised, she only ever got breakfast in bed on her birthday.… Read More
A Witch in Time
by Sophie Timmins
“Banana split please!”said Emily excitedly into her ipad float.
“And I’ll have a triple chocolate fudge Sundae please!” shouted Gran from the park bench.
“One banana split and one triple chocolate fudge Sundae on their way,”replied Buzz.… Read More
Charlotte’s Web is a great book that I read with my class and it was so good. We took turns reading and we all got a part. This is not only a great book but a great movie as well and here in Mr Campbell’s class it was a fantastic adventure.… Read More
Because it is World Poetry Day today, and it was International Happiness day yesterday, we’d like to share this poem we learned with you all.
Smiling is infectious you catch it like the flu.… Read More
Well done to all of our students who were recognised for their contribution to sport in our school for ths month! Winners were commended for taking part in sport, good sportsmanship and encouraging others. Congratulations!… Read More
Comhghairdeas do na buachaillí agus cailíní a bhfuair “Gaeilgeoir na Míosa”. Maith sibh!… Read More