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The Penal Laws were laws enforced by the British Protestants in the 1700s. Below are some of the laws that were introduced to keep the Irish Catholics poor and powerless.
In sixth class, we have been writing out narrative stories about a myriad of different fictional and non-fictional topics. Below is a Word Document of my own story, entitled The Eclipse. It stands at a grand total of 1,574 words and 8,969 characters.
Recently we have been learning about rivers in Ireland. If you click the image below, you will be redirected to a game on Irish rivers.
Here are two videos on the 1913 Dublin Lockout. This event is still an important moment in the history of worker's rights.
The Scribbler Christmas Edition is coming out this Thursday. At only one euro, this newspaper is definitely worth its price tag.
This post is about the PC I built over the summer, made for gaming and stunning picture quality. These are the parts I picked, how I built it, and what each part does. Click on Read More (Or the title) to see the specifications and information about each part and why I chose it. (Please note this article may take a minute to load as it is quite long).
The school calenders for the year 2015 have been on sale recently. However they are selling lightning quick, so act fast for your copy.
There are numerous mathematical puzzles and questions online that require serious brain power or time. To have a go at a few of these, click here.
Here are another two powerpoint presentations, by Rebecca Keane and Aoife Madigan respectively about two people in the history of Ireland.