Happy Christmas to everyone in St. Molaga’s S.N.S.
We had a great morning at our annual class performances. Well done to all the children, teachers and SNAs who have worked so hard. We really enjoyed the fun and entertainment.
Have a very Happy Christmas everyone and a well earned rest.
See you all next year on the 8th January.
Several of the Children achieved a participation award for Balbriggan’s Library Reading Buzz during the Summer Holidays.
A big thank you to the Transition Year Students from Loreto School Balbriggan. They have helped our class teachers over the last few months. Below are some photos of their final day in our school.
Last Thursday my two friends Sandra and Lauren and I made muffins with Ms. Hegarty. Nicole, Brenda and Ciara from sixth class helped us too. We made muffins in the staff room after big yard. We made the muffins because we had looked at the recipe.
We cleaned the table and the counter. We got all the ingredients we needed to make the choc chip banana muffins. Before we got started we preheated the oven to 210 degrees Celsius.
We took a bowl and put in all our dry ingredients. We sieved the flour into the bowl and added sugar and chocolate chips. We mixed it all up.
We melted margarine in a microwave-safe jug and we added vanilla essence, three eggs and milk to the jug. We mashed bananas in a bowl and added them to the jug as well.
We added our wet ingredients to our dry ingredients and stirred. We greased the flat tray and put our mixture in. We put our cases into the muffin tray. We spooned our mixture into the cases. Ms. Hegarty put them in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes
At the end:
Ms Hegarty removed the muffins from the oven. We all took home 2 muffins . TINA BO$$
Well done to all our pupils who took part in the Balbriggan Library Reading Buzz during the summer. Each child received a homework pass and a treat from us for continuing to read during the summer. We are very proud of your great work!
On Thursday 11th September we celebrated the enrolment of our new pupils by planting more than 100 daffodil bulbs on our school grounds. This is an annual event and each spring we enjoy the host of golden daffodils and spring flowers which grow around our school.
The pupils also had an opportunity to see the horse chestnut tree which was grown from a chestnut in 1987 and planted just inside the gate as a sapling 25 years ago. This is the first year that the tree has produced horse chestnuts or “conkers” and each class got a chestnut which they can plant. Maybe in another 27 years, the pupils in 2041 will have the opportunity to see the first chestnuts on another tree!