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St Patrick Day window display

Posted by cmacgearailt0161 on 25th March 2014

Every year we put up posters about St Patricks day. The posters we put up we drew them ourselves. We drew the posters a few years ago. The posters are orange with green letters. The letters say St Patrick in Irish which is La Le Phardraig. There are pictures of shamrocks aswell between all the words
By Sean Corcoran

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Heritage and schools

Posted by cmacgearailt0161 on 25th March 2014

On Tuesday a lady came in teaching us about the Stone Age. She taught us about this boy from France and the cave. The boy and his dog were playing and the dog fell down a hole. The boy went to his friends for help. They went down the hole and found the dog but they were in a cave. In this cave was Stone Art. The Stone Art was thousands of years old. Me and the rest of the class found it interesting and cool.
By Killian Murphy

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St Patricks Day posters

Posted by cmacgearailt0161 on 25th March 2014

We are preparing for the St Patricks day parade. We are making two posters for it. We split up into three teams of three. Two teams went out every day to draw the posters. When that was finished we all took turns at going out to the prefab to paint the posters. There were three people on each team. We had great fun painting the posters.
By Gary Murphy

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Gaa project

Posted by cmacgearailt0161 on 25th March 2014

Today we presented out Keel Gaa project that we were working on for the last two months. It was all about the progress Keel made in the Junior Championship. Cian’s project won and he got two green stars for his team

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Seachtan na Gaeilge

Posted by cmacgearailt0161 on 24th March 2014

This week Ireland is celebrating seachtan na gaeilge. We sang songs such as An maidrin rua, Ta na baid and many more. When we practised the songs a few pupils volunteered to read an Irish poem but we didn’t have enough time to read them. Then on Thursday all of the pupils went out onto the yard and did a quiz. Everyone was split into ten teams. Cathal’s team came 1st then Clodagh’s team came 2nd and Molly’s team came 3rd. Now on Friday 4th, 5th and 6th are doing a role-play with four teams. Everyone can’t wait!!
By Molly Donohoe

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