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Please find information below on a workshop on Internet safety which must be on all our minds at the moment. Further details from the library.
Thursday 8th @ 6.30pm
Children’s internet Safety and Cyberbullying talk for parents/guardians support by Barnardos
The workshop focuses on the topic of their children’s internet safety and cyberbullying, including time for questions. IT offers parents an opportunity to consider how they can increase their child’s online safety and what to do if they suspect their child is experiencing cyber-bullying. Parents are encouraged to focus on how they can monitor their child’s use and online behaviour. There will be take home information that offers up to date information in relation to the apps their child may be using and associated safety considerations.
Please book at the desk, by phone 8704401, or email balbrigganlibrary@
Ms Mc Nicholas’s Class performed and signed, using I.S.L. (Irish Sign Language) “We wish you a Merry Christmas”
Click on the link below to view the performance.
Ms Mc Nicholas’s Class performed and signed using I.S.L. (Irish Sign Language) “Santa Claus is Coming to Town”.
Click on the link below to view the Class performing.
Click on the link below to see all class book-lists for the school year 2017/2018
Today we had two games with the teachers versus a team from third and fourth classes and a game against a team from fifth and sixth classes.
The first game ended level 5-5. It went to penalties, sudden death. The students won after two penalties each (1-0)
The second game finished 3-2 to the students after getting a last minute goal.
Everybody enjoyed the day.
Below are some photographs.
Today we had a 3rd and 4th class football tournament. The winning team will play the teachers next week.
Below are some photos.
We had a gymnastics, dance and sports skills display for all the school.
Below are some photographs
During the interval of the 3rd/4th class Molaga’s Got Talent final, Kevin I from Ms McGinley’s class read The Gruffalo to us. Kevin had rehearsed this a lot and really entertained everyone with his fantastic voices!!
Follow the link for a clip of one of his rehearsals, as well as a picture of a Gruffalo that Kevin drew.
We had a girl’s Gaelic Footbll Blitz in school today. In the final Tyrone defeated Dublin
Below are some Photos.
On the 20th of June, the school had a football blitz with the 5th and 6th class teams. The winning team will play against the teachers next week. Here are some photographs taken of the football blitz.
Near the end of the Football Blitz we took photographs of the teams.
The fifth and Sixth Classes took part in a Soccer League organised by the Student Council and Ms Walsh and Ms Sullivan.
Below are some pictures of the action
After numerous trials and only being able to pick 16 boys from almost 60, Michael O Regan, Ms O Brien and Ms O Mahony headed off to Abbotstown for the FAI SPAR 5 aside soccer tournament. We had two teams entered into the competition. Both teams played very well considering the pace of the game and it being 5 a side soccer. The decision on who was to leave the group stages came down to the last match for one of the teams. Unfortunately St Ciaran’s knocked us out of the competition, however they went on to win the overall tournament on the day.
The boys played extremely well with outstanding performances from so many of them. A huge thank you to Ms Daly and Michael for organising the event. We wish the girls the very best of luck on Thursday 30th!
Ms O Brien’s group made coconut snowballs desserts. We made small balls of dough which we then rolled in sugar syrup and then into desiccated coconut. It was a messy lesson but lots of fun and there were even yummy to taste.
Painting with Ice
We poured different coloured paints into ice cube trays. We placed lollipop sticks in to the centre of each paint cube. We placed the trays into the freezer for 24 hours. When we removed the ice cubes of paint from the trays we the set about painting Christmas themed paintings. It was extremely messy but great fun.
Lemon Drizzle Cake
As a group we planned how to bake a lemon drizzle cake. We listed the ingredients and the method in sequence. Lucky us we got to go into the staffroom to bake the cake. We all took turns measuring, beating and mixing the cake. Ms O Brien placed the mixture into the oven for 55 mins at 180 degrees.
When it was cooled the next day we returned to the staffroom and mixed icing sugar and lemon juice together to make the drizzle icing. We were able to eat it immediately. It was delicious.
Safer Internet Day this year is on the 7th February.
Click on the link below to see some resources for Parents and Schools.