Letters from France!
A few weeks ago we all wrote to our new pen pals in France. We asked lots of questions about school, where they are and what they like to do. Then a few days ago we all received Christmas cards from them. They told us that they would be writing back soon and we can’t wait for their replies.
By Callan Mc Cafferty
This week all the 5th classes in CBS sang The Cup Song as Gaeilge. We spent three weeks practicing the song.
The people who knew how to do the rhythm with the cups taught the people who didn’t. We all wore Christmas jumpers and hats. We went to the hall to practice with the other classes we put lots of work into it.
On the day we recorded it, Ms. Lynch’s senior infants came to watch us. It was a success and we hope you enjoy the video!
Rachel and Niamh
This has been a fantastic year in accelerated reader for Ms. Lyttle’s class. Ms. Lyttle’s class has read over 12,500,000 words.
There are four people in the millionaire club. These are Cormac Warren, Cillian Fox, Caleb Mahony and Callan McCafferty.
There are different coloured stickers on the books that show how hard the book is.So the harder the book, the more points you get for reading it.
We are really enjoying it and we hope to all be millionaire’s soon. When the whole class are millionaires we hope to travel the world in our big fancy Lamborghini’s.
By Peadar O'Keeffe and Michael Nash
This Christmas our class made colourful Christmas jumpers.
To make the jumpers we needed;
By Shaun and Liwia
On Wednesday the 16th of December we left early in the morning to go to the cinema. Once we arrived we took our seats in a screening room. We watched the movie `Pan`. It was about Peter Pan growing up, his childhood and all the fairies, pirates and the tribe of warriors living in Neverland. It was an exciting movie and we hope to go to the cinema again!!!...
By: Celine, Caoimhe and Alisha.
We were very lucky to have Padraic McElwee come in and talk to us about becoming an entrepreneur.
He taught us that the hardest part isn’t selling your product. It’s convincing the council to let you start up. He explained that you need an idea to begin with! You also need to hire staff and buy the supplies to make the product you’re going to sell.
After Christmas we hope to come up with our own ideas for the J.E.P. We are looking forward to it!
By Andrew McElwee