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Dnia 10 marca, w siedzibie National College of Ireland odbył się quiz, w którym wzięli udział uczniowie Naszej szkoły. Chłopcy z trzeciej i czwartej klasy dzielnie reprezentowali St. Patrick’s BNS. Storzyli oni trzy drużyny o ciekawych nazywach : ‘The Easter Bunny Egg Heads’ (zdobywcy pierwszego miejsca), ‘ The Smart Little Leprechauns’ (3 miejsce) oraz ‘The Kinder Brainers’.
Sposród szesnastu ekip biorących udział w quizie aż dwa zespoły z Naszej szkoły znalazły się na podium!!!
Zarówno uczestnikom zabawy, jak i wychowawczyni klasy pani Purcell SERDECZNIE GRATULUJEMY!!!
Our first game on Tuesday March 23rd was away to St. Gabriel’s, Cowper St. and we had a great start to the season. Following a fantastic team performance we won 8-0 with goals from captain Glenn (2), Daniel L, Paul, Shane, Jason, Keith and our youngest player Ceilim. All 16 players played at least half a game and our debutants from 3rd and 4th classes enjoyed excellent first games for the school.
Less than 24 hours later we kicked off our Pegasus Cup match against Scoil Colm from Crumlin, a school 3 divisions above us. It was a wonderful , sporting game full ofgreat attacking play from both sides. Despite falling behind early on we eventually emerged victorious on a scoreline of 3-1. Captain Glenn (2) and our main striker, Daniel L scored our goals. Paul Fox was our star performer on the day with a tireless running display and Robert made a truly amazing save at the end .
The quiz was in the NCI. When you got there you had to sign your name in. The quiz started. The man asked us to sing . There was six rounds. There was eight questions in a round. In the first round we got eight out of eight. Then I got a biscuit.
At the quiz there was loads of schools. There was tea, coffee and biscuits. There was six rounds and eight questions in each round. Our team’s name was ‘The Smart Little Leprechauns’. We came 3rd. The G.N.S. got the best name. The people who came first were from this school. Their name was ‘The Easter Bunny Egg Heads’. They had 43 points and “Mary and Adam” and Cuba’s team had 41 points. We had to write the answers on a sheet. There was loads of drinks on a table. The quiz was on in The National College of Ireland. My mam went to support me.
On the 10th of March there was a quiz for all the schools in Dublin. It was on in the NCI that’s the National College of Ireland. Our teacher walked most of the boys. They had to get there at 3.15 and it was over at 5.30. So we got there. There was six rounds but we had to write our team’s name on the top of the sheet. Dorian, Aaron, Aaron M.D., Cian and Ceilim were on my team. Our team was ‘The Kinder Brainers’. We had a few minutes before it started. The man said to go inside now. There was 16 teams. There was 3 out of St. Patrick’s. The first round was about books, Maths, Sciance, Animals. It ended. My team got 40 points. We came 4th. ‘The Smart Little Leprechauns’ came 3rd. They were from St. Patrick’s and the 1st place was ‘The Easter Bunny Egg Heads’ from St. Patrick’s. They got a 20 euro book voucher. Then we went home.
Uczniowie pierwszej i drugiej klasy rozpoczęli w tym tygodniu zajęcia z informatyki. Pod kierunkiem wykwalifikowanej kadry nauczycielskiej 🙂 chłopcy uczą się korzystania z różnych programów tekstowych i graficznych.
Pierwsza lekcja obsługi komputera sprawiła wszystkim wiele radości. Oto fotorelacja z tego wydarzenia:
Dnia 4 marca 2010 roku, w kościele parafialnym mieszczącym się w dzielnicy Ringsend, odbyła się Pierwsza Spowiedź dzieci przygotowujących się do Komunii Świętej.
W tym niecodziennym i ważnym wydarzeniu wzięli udział nauczyciele i dyrekcja szkoły, rodzice oraz oczywiście sami uczniowie. Atmosfera w kościele była bardzo uroczysta, a nastrój wspaniały i skłaniający do refleksji.
Fairtrade is to help poor people get food and go to school. So the families could be together. Today a coffee farmer named Joseph came to our class and told us what is Fair Trade. He is from Tanzania the east of Africa. It takes 2 years to deliver coffee to Ireland. The logo of Fair Trade is a man with his hand up. Please buy products with this logo.
Today two men came into our classroom. Their names were Joseph and Mark. They told us fairtrade is when you are getting a choclate bar it has a little sign on it when you buy it. It goes straight over to Africa to the poor people. Joseph is from East Africa. Mark is from Ireland. They work in Dublin city council. Joseph works in a farm too. He grows coffe he works with six or seven thousand farmers.
The Fairtrade people are wonderful. They help the poor so they get a good education andso they do not have to walk miles and miles for water. Today we were taught that Fairtrade helps. It’s not like any other food selling or clothes selling. Two men Mark and Joseph came in and talked to us in school. Mark was talking about how Fairtrade helps and can save lives. Joseph is from Tanzania east Africia. He and other farmers grew coffee and bananas and all different other things. Over in Joseph’s country kids don’t only have to walk miles for water they also have to walk miles for education. At the end he gave us a goodie bag and leaflets so we can buy Fairtrade products. They are visiting hundreds of schools in Dublin. This morning they went to City Quay. They were from Dublin City Council. Fairtrade products are the same and the same price but remember the money goes to the poor.
Fairtrade is nice. It helps poor people. Mark and Joseph came into this school and showed us how important Fairtrade is . If you want to help the poor people of Africia just buy the products with the lable. Joseph is from Tanzania . Mark is from Dublin. Mark and Joseph go from school to school every day. We got choclate, balloons and a bag. Thats all I know about Fairtrade the next time Mark and Joseph come back more kids will get their parents to buy Fairtrade products. All the money goes to the people in Africia.
Today two men came into our school from Fairtrade. One was from Dublin the other man was from Tanzania the east of Africa. His name was Joseph I think. Fairtrade is a very good product for poor people. Joseph makes coffee in Kagera Bukoba. The coffee is brought all over the world. All the trouble they go through to make coffe for us. We should be thankful. we should buy products marked with Fairtrade to help Africia build Schools, Wells. Buy products with the Fairtrade logo. Please buy Fairtrade.
Hurling gets off to a kick start with a brave match against St. Laurence’s N.S.
The boys from 3rd, 4th, 5th and sixth class played a ferocious match against a strong
Hurling gets off to a kick start
Click the link above to see some pictures of our first match.