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Seachtain na Gaeilge i Rang VI

Bhí Seachtain na Gaeilge ar siúl ar fud na tíre ar feadh an coicís seo caite. I Rang VI rinneamar roinnt podchraoltaí chun an ócáid a cheiliúradh. Is féidir éisteacht le na podchraoltaí thíos: Podchraoladh 05 – Mamma Mia: Na daltaí ag canadh an t-amhrán “Mamma Mia” as Gaeilge. Podchraoladh 04 – Seanfhocail: na daltaí ag rá seanfhocail a d’fhoghlaim siad i rith na
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Gaeilge in Junior Infants

Cuir éadaí ar an líne. Our topic in Irish at the moment is Éadaí. We took it in turns to tell our partners what to put on their washing line.  

Fifth Class Penpals

Fifth class have partnered up with a school in Swords, Co. Dublin and have each received a penpal. We told our penpals all about ourselves as Gaeilge and we can’t wait to hear back from them!

Second Class 2016

Second Class have made a great start to the year. In Gaeilge we’ve been asking and answering questions based on Mé Féin, in art we used a ruler to make starburst pictures and did Graffiti style names, we’ve played maths games, looked at family trees, started our new religion books, worked on our running style in P.E. and enjoyed Golden Time. This week we
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Proclamation Day

Proclamation Day was held on Tuesday March 15th. This was a day set aside in all schools throughout the country to mark the centenary of the Easter Rising of 1916. Proclamation Day also coincided with Seachtain na Gaeilge. We had a “Lá Glas” in the school where all of the pupils wore something green to school.The day started off in the school hall where
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Bhí rang a dó ag foghlaim faoi bhia. Scríobh na páistí abairtí ar na ríomhairí agus ansin tharraing siad pictiúir.

Lá Glas

Thursday the 15th was “Lá Glás” in our school. Everyone wore green for St Patrick’s Day.  The whole school went to the halla where  Mrs Clarke gave a Powerpoint display on the history of St Patrick.  When Mrs. Clarke was finished, each class got up one by one in front of everyone and sang a song, did a rhyme or poem or played tin whistle.  The whole
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Rabhlaí Rabhlaí

On Monday the 4th of March our school went, from snr infants-6th class,to the play Rabhlaí Rabhlaí in the Hawk’s Well Theatre, directed by Mr.Damien Quinn (the 6th class teacher). The first thing to grasp the audiences attention was the detail in the design of the set. Most of the play was set in the seanbhean’s house. Some of it was set outside. We had four children
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Children’s Book Festival

Sligo’s first ever Children’s Book Festival takes place from March 1st to 5th to co-incide with World Book Day on March 7th. This exciting new festival is brought to you by the Hawk’s Well Theatre, The Model and Kid’s Own Publishing. There are events taking place in both the Hawk’s Well Theatre and The Model over the course of the few days which should
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Enhancing the Learning and Teaching of Irish with ICTs

The front cover of this book, Enhancing the Learning and Teaching of Irish with ICTs, which will soon be sent to every primary school in the country, displays a beautiful photograph of two of our pupils, Leah (5th class) and Emer (4th class). The book was recently launched in Dublin West Education Centre. The photograph was taken by James Connolly while taking photographs to illustrate the
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