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Dylan: We drew houses. I drew a castle.
John: We are learning about spiders,worms,snails,ladybirds and earwigs.
Lee: We are learning the word for swimming pool ”linn snámha” and we must remember it till Thursday. We also made ‘I’m sorry ‘ pictures for our First Confession.
Kyle: We did P.E and we played Lees new game from Tom and Jerry – Tom and Butch. It is my new favourite game!
A date for your diaries: Our annual day of sport will take place in Irishtown stadium on Friday, June 14th from 10am to 12pm. Come along and join in the fun!
Oisín: We did bar graphs. We did our favourite schoool books and our favourite animals.
Kyle S: We made our sheep for our Penance on Tuesday week.
Luke C: we got our picture taken today for our sheep.
John: We made monkeys because we are learning about homes and the jungle is the wild animals home.
The famous Polish sail Training Vessel “Dar Mlodziezy” or “Gift of Youth” in English arrived in Dublin Port today and will stay until Saturday.
This beautiful Fully Rigged ship is over 108 metres length and is operated as a Sail Training Academy by Gydnia Maritime University in Poland.
She will be docked on Sir John Rogersons Quay, providing a great opportunity to get a close up look at one of Europe’s finest vessels. Mr. Booth took his class down to the East Link Bridge to watch the ship arrive. Here are some pictures he took.
Poszliśmy zobaczyć statek Dar Mlodziezy ktory bedzie w Dublinie do Soboty.
The boys from Mr. Booth’s class received certificates and warm praise for their excellent projects on careers. The boys worked in groups and researched four different careers. They interviewed an actor, a computer game designer, a carpenter and an actor as part of their projects. They also made posters and presented their work to a panel of judges in the NCI where they answered questions about their projects. Well done boys!