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We learned about the work of the Dutch Masters. They painted their pictures a long time ago. We looked at the work of Vermeer and Jan Steen. We recreated some of their works here.
Well done to all the boys and girls on the athletics team. They represented the school in Santry on Friday.
St Molaga’s Junior Choir is made up of children from 3rd and 4th classes. Their teachers are Ruth Gray and Patricia Hegarty. This year they sang at Christmas concerts in school, in the church and also in Gormanstown Wood Nursing Home. They sang at our Confirmation ceremonies in March and at our Seachtain na Gaeilge concerts. At Balbriggan Summerfest they wowed the audience with ‘Galway Girl’ and ‘Siyahamba’ – a freedom song from South Africa. On the 5th June they enjoyed and party and sing song with the school choirs from Balbriggan Educate Together. Next week they will perform for the 2nd class children in Ss Peter and Paul’s School when they visit St Molaga’s.
St Molaga’s Senior Choir is made up of children from 5th and 6th classes. Their teachers are Mairead Kiely and Jennifer Ferguson. This year they were prize-winners at the Fingal Choral Festival in October and at the Drogheda Youth Choral Festival in November. They sang in the school, the church and in Millfield Shopping Centre at Christmastime. In March they sang at Confirmation ceremonies, Seachtain na Gaeilge concerts and also at the Feis Ceoil in the RDS, where they were placed 2nd in their competition. They were filmed by RTE and appeared in the TV show ‘Feis Ceoil by Numbers.’ At Balbriggan Summerfest they performed their greatest hits from this year: ‘Bessie the Black Cat’, ‘The Salley Gardens’ and ‘Macavity the Mystery Cat’. On the 5th June they enjoyed and party and sing song with the school choirs from Balbriggan Educate Together. We will soon say goodbye to our dedicated singers from 6th class. We will miss them next year and hope they join choirs or musical groups in their new secondary schools.
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Today Sarah came to talk to us about biodiversity. We learned all about what biodiversity is. We looked at different habitats (including our own habitat) and we learned about different types ecosystems. We also learned about foodchains. We also created an ecosystem in a bottle. We really enjoyed the presentation.
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As part of the Balbriggan Summerfest activities, this week has been designated Random Acts of Kindness Week. So you can do something kind for a friend or a family member. Check out http://www.balbriggansummerfest.com/Balbriggan_Summerfest_Programme_of_events_2014.pdf for more details.