“Hoodwinked”- a Swashbuckling Robin Hood Musical

The extra-curricular drama club, for 2nd and 3rd class children, had yet another successful term. Throughout the term the children practised the basics of stagecraft including imagination and creativity through expression and articulation. The children’s self-confidence and self-discipline thrived throughout the term and their hard work paid off in their end of term performance.

The children performed “Hoodwinked”- a Swashbuckling Robin Hood Musical for 1st-6th Classes and again for their families at the grand Finale on Thursday 11th April. All of the children who participated should be very proud of themselves – it was a fantastic performance!

Cool Planet Experience

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Third classes had a fantastic day at the Cool Planet Experience in Powerscourt.  We worked out our carbon footprint, discovered the many causes of global warming (including cow burps and farts!!!), took part in lots of interactive activities and made pledges to make our world a better place.  We even got to make our own solar powered cars.

Check out the Cool Planet / CoolPlanet videos.

Seachtain na Gaeilge

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D’fhoghlaim Rang a trí agus rang a dó Cha Cha Sleamhain. Rinne siad an amhrán agus an damhsa. Bhí siad ar fheabhas! Bhí comórtas damhsa ar súil freisin agus bhuaigh buachaill amháin agus cailín amháin ón ngach rang. Bhaineamar an-taitneamh as!

 

Cha Cha Sleamhain

Ancient Egyptian Projects

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Third class have been working on amazing Ancient Egyptian projects.  We have learned loads and have also enjoyed tasting gritty break and lovely honey cake.  One of our classmates even dressed as an Egyptian lady!  Well done to everyone….great work!

3rd Class School Tour

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Third class had a really enjoyable day rock-pooling and kayaking in Dun Laoghaire.  We began exploring the shore and found lots, including welk, crabs, periwinkles and different seaweed.  Initially that was a chance that kayaking would not happen as it was a little windy but thankfully things settled and we all hit the water in a sheltered part of the harbour.  Needless to say some children “accidentally” fell into the sea but all agreed it was the best school tour ever!!!

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