29 June 2017

End of Year news round up

Assembly



Well done to all the boys how were at our final assembly of the year.
We had the readers from each class read their winning narratives to the entire school.
The standard was extremely high and we heard some brilliant stories.




We also acknowledged those boys who had a full 100% attendence for the school year. 
Excellent work lads.



Some boys were also commended for the acts of kindness for the final term of the year.



The winners for our anti bullying posters were also announced.

Well done to all!!!!


News Round up


Mr Smith’s class
This month, we learned more about the story of milk and mammals. We focused on the wildebeest or gnu of Africa. We also made our own cows in art.
Our class have been writing our narrative stories in English.
We went on our school tour to Cloncannon Biofarm just outside Moneygall and Roscrea Swimming Pool. It was great fun.
We have been going to Nenagh Olympic every Wednesday too.
We also created our summer bucket lists.












Ms Comerford’s class
We wrote lots of narratives and our winner was Tommy Ryan.
We went to Nenagh castle and saw the view of the town from the very top.
We had great fun on our school tour.

Marin won our class’ anti bullying poster competition.










Ms Slattery’s class
Zakk Ryan is our narrative winner.
We went to the library for an African drumming workshop. We got our own drum and it was great fun.
We went on our school tour. It was an action packed and enjoyable day.

Aleksey Bemans is our winner of the anti bullying poster competition.








Ms Barry’s class
We have been doing narrative writing. Daniel O'Brien is the winner from our class. 
We made salad sandwiches from the garden produce.
We went on our school tour with Ms Hanly's class. We went to Mungret Park, King John's castle, Supermacs for lunch and bowling.













Ms Hanly’s class
We went on our school tour with Ms Barry's class. We went to Mungret Park, King John's castle, Supermacs for lunch and finally, bowling.
We went to the library for an African drumming workshop. It was great fun.







Ms Maher’s class
We worked very hard throughout June. We wrote great narratives.
Our class had a breakfast morning.
We went to the cinema to see Pirates of the Carribean and then we went to Supermacs.
We learned how to make bruschetta.
We have been going to Nenagh Olympic every Wednesday too.



Mr Hannigan’s class
We wrote exciting narratives this month. We tried to focus on what we felt, saw and heard throughout our stories.
We have been going to Nenagh Olympic every Wednesday too. This was great fun.
In art, we studied Giuseppe Acrimboldo and drew fruit faces inspired by his work.