Message from An Taoiseach’s Office to 6th Class.
Our topic this month is transport. As part of our independent living programme, Sonas took the train to Maynooth for a fun day out. It was a cold icy day but it didn’t stop us having great fun in the playground there followed by a hot chocolate in the Glen Royal Hotel!!
A few children from 5th class in Ms. Hyland’s class spent an afternoon in Sonas teaching us how to light a bulb connected to an electric circuit. They were great teachers and here in Sonas all the boys have been busy making circuits since.
We are 2 weeks into February, and we are looking forward to Valentines Day tomorrow, and have been preparing for it by weaving hearts, which we will be bringing home soon. We have been learning all about the water cycle, and are creating posters asking people to save water. Last week we also celebrated the Chinese New Year by creating Chinese Lanterns. We have been talking about internet safety, all.
Welcome back to our Class Blog in 2020! We have been very busy in our first month back this new year. In English, we are focusing on procedural writing. We had great fun writing a procedure on ‘How to make our Teacher Happy.’We came up with some great ideas in our class! We have also been learning the poem ‘All My Great Excuses’. It is about a boy who is.
Hello everyone, here is a list of some of the activities we got up to before the Christmas break, we hope you enjoy reading it and looking at our pictures. On the last day before Christmas we had a party in our glass and played games such as Pie Face.. some people got cream all over their face! We performed a play called ‘ Straw and Order’ with Mrs.Roger’s class,.
December 2019 Newsletter
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Student Council On Friday the 20th of September 2019, many of the sixth class pupils read out their speeches that they created to convince their fellow classmates that they should be elected for Student Council. There were so many amazing speeches read out with fantastic ideas also, but unfortunately only two students from each class could be elected, one boy and one girl. Room 1 : Keelin Dooley and Crean.
Wellbeing Week in Room 1 During Wellbeing week, we wrote down all the things we are grateful for and we are going to continue this for the remainder of the year. We also had a guest speaker from the FAI who informed us all about the ‘Show racism the red card’ campaign which included video clips from lots of famous sports stars. As a class, we got out and about.