Choc Chip Cookies Recipe

Due to popular demand, we are now giving away the recipe that we used for our delicious Chocolate Chip Cookies in case anyone wants to make them at home! Enjoy!!!

Serves: 12
  • 225g plain flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 225g unsalted butter
  • 100g caster sugar
  • 125g chocolate chips
  • 60g chopped walnuts


Prep: 15 mins | Cook: 20 mins

Preheat oven to 150 C / Gas 2.
Sieve together the flour, baking powder and salt, set aside. In a medium bowl, cream the butter and sugar together until fluffy. Gradually stir in the dry ingredients, then stir in the walnuts and chocolate chips.
Roll or scoop dough into walnut sized balls. Place them on ungreased baking trays 3cm apart. Flatten biscuits slightly. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes, until light golden brown. Remove from trays to cool on racks.

Vincent De Paul

St Molaga’s N.S.  Help Out Charity J

Today on
the 1st of December 22 children (one from each class and Ms Kiely’s
English group) went on a walk down to Supervalu with a toy each.The toys were
bought with the money we raised for the non-uniform day. Altogether we raised €760
which we donated to St Vincent de Paul. Ms Daly went and bought some toys which
added up to a sub total of 200 euro. In Supervalu we put our presents in the
box which was out for Vincent de Paul Toy appeal. We took pictures of the
children putting the toys into the box. Then on the way back to school we
dropped off the cheque of €560 ourselves. We took some pictures outside the
shop with Ms Costello and then  we went
back to school.

We are
thrilled with the money we made and donated for a good cause. The lady in the
shop told us our school raised the most any school has donated this
year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! J


We hope
all the children have a safe and happy Christmas.

Lots of

St Molaga’s




2011 Eircom Junior Spiders Awards


Great News


We have been shortlisted, along with five other schools in Ireland, for the best School Blog.

The Awards take place in the Helix DCU on Tuesday 13th December from 10.00a.m. to 3.00 p.m

Click on the links below to see the other schools involved.


Best Blog



The prince has found the Glass Slipper – here are his advertisements looking for Cinderella!

Lost owner of a little glass slipper. Please contact handsome prince A.S.A.P happiness guaranteed.



Can  all  girls  that  were  at  the  ball  on  Friday  night  contact  the  prince

By  Jessie McGann


Glass slipper. Prince needs owner. Collect slipper at palace. Claiming false ownership means prosecution.

By Liam Kavanagh


                                              Glass shoe found at royal ball last night,

                                                     would the owner please …

                                                          Contact: 0862933498

  By : Lucy !!


              A sliper has been found at the Royal Ball. The owner please report to the prince!

             By Dominika


                      A glass slipper.

Who own’s it?   Found at the Ball last night..  Contact Me:  if you own it

The Royal Prince xx

 by Rosie


                                    Glass shoe at the ball last night

                                    If yours tell me what’s on sole

          By  Chloe.

                                          Missing  slipper

                                 Im looking for a girl she lost her slipper at the ball yesterday!

by Taylor

                                                             Slipper Found

   I have a glass slipper that got lost at my ball if yours collect it.

                                                                                                              by Kerrie-Ann


 Fits only one

G0  to castle if your’s

False owner’s will be jailed

By Jamie;]

Word of the day


slam: to shut with a loud noise.

by David



 patriot: A person who loves his or her country and supports it loyally




impressed- Make a person admire somthing or think it is very good.

by Simon.s



opportunity – a good chance to do a particular thing.

by amy m2



Distinct: Clear;easily seen or noticed.




Domestic:  relating to the family or household.

By Cian




Irritable= Cross, easily annoyed.




Gutted – remove or destroy completely the internal parts of a building.

By Bobby



extravaganza – An elaborate or spectacular entertainment or production.




Arrangement – To put things into a certain order or way




Imitate: trying to be the same as, copying




Frustrated =The feeling of being upset or annoyed, especially if you can’t change or achieve something 



Interesting words

The following words are from the novel ‘The boy in the Striped Pyjamas.’

  1. Disaster- An extremely unfortunate happening often causing great damage or loss
  2. Menacing- To look evil or threatening. 
  3. Coincidence- An occurrence that happens simultaneously.

By Layla and Cian 🙂 !!!!! J


  1. desolate = completely empty place with no pleasant features
  2. Occasion = a special event
  3. Extend = to stretch, make longer

By Yvonne and Aimee C


  1. Protested-to object strongly
  2. Civilization-a society or culture at a particular time in history
  3. Chaos-disorder confusion

BY Hannah and Adam


  1. Triumphantly-be successful or victorious.
  2. Appreciated-the feeling of being grateful.
  3. Encouragement-give confidence or hope, hearten

By Diana + Mirela


  1. Artificial: not human made, basically fake.
  2. Determination: stubbornness, firmness of purpose.
  3. Indicate: to point out or show a sign.

By  Amethyst and  David


  1. Tempted: Be inclined or likely to do something
  2. Official: Done or said by someone with authority
  3. Immediately: Happening or done without delay

 Written by  Amy M1 +Ryan:]


  1. Triumphantly-a great success or victory
  2. Determination  the refusal to let anything stop you from doing what you want to do
  3. Efficiency– doing work well or effectively

by Amy M2 & Karl

Jack and Jill – Alternative versions

jack and mark

jack and mark went to the park
to play a game of tennis
when they got there
mark had to declare
that his name was actually dennis

by Amy M2


Bill and Jill

Bill and Jill went to the mill,
to fetch a bucket of flour,
Bill spilt the flour,
and Jill got the power.

by Yvonne

If you are in Mr. Gorman’s class please send in your poem as a comment and it will be put into this blog

Mr.Brown’s Baking Bonanza!!!!

Yesterday in school we made Rice Krispie Buns and Chocolate Chip Shortbread. We made the shortbreads in the classroom and then we baked them in the staffroom. Then we made the Rice Krispie buns, they all took a half an hour. Everyone got a job. Amy and Ellie poured the flour into the scales. Then teacher poured the flour in the bowls. Connor poured the caster sugar in the scales and I had to cut and put the butter in the sugar. Jack smashed the chocolate in a bag to make chocolate chips. Teacher mixed all the mixtures together in two bowls. Lara put her hands in and mixed the mixtures. When she was done, Niamh and Killian put their hands in to help. Then Cian put the chocolate chips on the cookies. When they were done, Mr.Falvey and Christine were our chief tasters, they liked them! We also gave some to Ms.Reilly and Adam from Ms.Nolan’s. We ate all the rest!! They were lovely. My Nanny ate some too and she said thay were very nice. She knows because she makes lovely food!

By Daisy Martin

Balbriggan Co. Dublin