Lego Competition 2015
At the beginning of the school year, Ms Brophy set each class the task of building their ideal neighbourhood out of Lego. The boys in each class began to creating plans and drawing up their ideas. They then worked in teams to create different elements of the design.
The judging took place on the 17th December 2015. Representatives from each class spoke to the judges about their design and the work involved in creating it. Competition was extremely tight and the judges had an unenviable undertaking in choosing a winner.
After much deliberation, the winners were announced at assembly. Ms Barry’s Class in room 4 were junior winners, Mr Hannigan's Class in room 9 were senior winners.
Here are the amazing designs from room 4 and from room 9.
Senior Winners: 6th class Room 9
Junior Winners: 3rd class Room
Well done boys!!!
In December 2013, the school was excited to receive a donation of a large box of Lego.
These Lego supplies were kindly donated by Michael Renvillard of the Lego Foundation in Denmark. Each class received a supply of all different types of Lego. The boys were delighted and set to work building all types of creative structures. Rainy lunchtimes were transformed!
|The report in the Nenagh Guardian|
The judging took place on the final day of term. Representatives from each class spoke to three separate judges about their design and the work involved in creating it. Competition was fierce and the judges had a tough task to select a winner.
After much deliberation, the winners were announced at assembly. Ms Liston's Class in room 1 were junior winners, Mr O'Sullivan's Class in room 9 were senior winners and Ms Callinan's Class in room 6 received a prize for most creative school.
Take a look below at the amazing designs.
Senior Winners: 6th class Room 9
Room 6- Most Creative School
Junior Winners: 2nd Class Room 1
3rd Class Room 4
Nathan Ryan, Dónal Coffey and Ben Casey wrote about their school.
At the beginning, we had the whole class working on the school but that didn't work so we made groups of three and that worked out. We put in our Green Flags, a playground, a classroom, a bus, a storeroom, a statue, a G.P. Room, an archway entrance, a bathroom with a soap dispenser. We also put security cameras, a bird basin, a fire alarm and a cafeteria. In the science room, it looks like they're making crystals. In the G.P. Room, the students are playing basketball. In the music room there is a concert. In the storeroom someone is sleeping on the job! (maybe because of all the hard work) In the cafeteria the worker is getting ready for when the hungry students come in. The Principal is monitoring the empty detention room. Someone is skipping detention! Every student has no homework. The sleepwalking secretary is monitoring the empty hallway. A student is getting a ball from a tree.
Everyone in our class helped to construct our Lego ideal school.
5th Class Room 7
Mathew Morrissey and Sean Power wrote a piece about their school.
There are twelve rooms in total. They are; a classroom, the climbing room, the cafe, the playroom, a gravity room, science room, gym, bathroom,office and finally for sport we have a swimming pool and a basketball court
3rd Class Room 2
Josh Ryan and Comghan Phelan wrote about their school
We have a school bus to take students to school. We have a DJ car that plays music wherever it goes. We have a car for Mary the secratary. Ms.Brophy has a Jeep. We have a car park for the teachers.We have a swimming pool for the students. We have a computer room for students to play in at luch time if it is wet. We have cameras to see are students being good. We have a cáfe if people forgot their lunch. We have a fireplace to keep people warm. We have a staff room for the teachers. We have a box of LEGO in each room. We have a flower garden. We have a have a coat hanger. We have a satellite for the computer room. We have an elevator to go up stairs. We have an apple tree. We have weights. We have a potty in the middle of no-where. We have Mount Everest in our school. We have a laboratory room for our science class. We have a caretaker, we have rubbish bins. We have shelters if it is raining. We have shelves for the student's books.