Category Archives: Ms Ferguson

Active Week novelty activities

Well done to all the children of St Molaga’s who tried out a lot of new activities during Active Week. We had classes skiing down the grass in front of the school, we did skipping, we played tennis and we set up nets in the all-weather pitch and played badminton! Ms Ferguson even practiced her own skipping. Mind you she was a dab hand at it – probably because of all her dancing experience! 🙂 Well done Ms Ferguson!

Here is Ms Ferguson getting a bit of skipping practice in:

Check out this video of our “skiing”!!

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5th Class Soccer League

As part of being an Active school we are using activity as our rewards. The 5th classes are working hard in order to keep their 5th Class Soccer league going!

We have done 3 days so far!

 

 

Junior Boys receive Heroes Welcome

Our wonderful Junior Boys Gaelic team received a heroes welcome when they returned from playing in the Fingal League final in Abbotstown today. Sadly they did not bring the trophy with them but they played an exceptionally good game against tough opposition (Gaelscoil Brian Boroimhe) and they fought like warriors, never letting their heads go down and making Brain Boroimhe work very hard for every point they scored. The team worked very hard and played some exceptional football to get to the finals, and while the result on the day didn’t go their way, they were wonderful ambassadors for their school and should wear their medals with pride! Many congratulations to: Adam M, Callum J, Jamie M, Sean C, Shane C, Callum T, Ryan T, Adam D, Billy R, C.J M, Sean A, James B, Judge I, Max K, Sean L, Conor M, Daniel N, Callum D, Adam K, Daniel K IMG_5627 and Sean M.

An active panda?

There were reports of a panda playing basketball on yard on Friday. The students of Ms Ferguson’s class reported that she was great at basketball and took a breakto snack on bamboo. She said she would be back for Active Week and that we can call her “Active Panda”!

Ceolchoirm Sheachtain na Gaeilge 2018

Comhghairdeas le gach rang a ghlac páirt i gceolchoirm Sheachtain na Gaeilge.

BhĂ­ dánta, ceol, amhráin agus rince le fáil. BhĂ­ na páistĂ­ go lĂ©ir go hiontach ar fad! Go raibh mile maith agaibh do na mĂşinteoirĂ­ agus páistĂ­ go lĂ©ir  – chuir sibh an-obair go deo isteach sa cheolchoirm!

Go raibh maith agat do Michael freisin, a d’ullmhaigh an stáitse agus do Gill agus Colette a chroch suas na póstaeir a rinne na páistí chun an halla a mhaisiú.

Ar scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine!

TĂ­r gan teanga, tĂ­r gan anam!!

Redmond O’ Toole

Yesterday we had a very exciting visit from Redmond O’ Toole.  Redmond is a professional guitarist and has played with the Chieftains. He has played in some of the most famous concert halls all over the world. He plays the classical guitar so you might hear him playing some Bach and classical Spanish pieces. He is a teacher with the Royal Irish Academy of Music. His student Marina Kilmurray came with him too and it was cool because she is from Balbriggan! Redmond brought an 8 string guitar and played some wonderful pieces for us!

Leah said “It was fantastic I had never seen a guitar like that before”

Max said “His fingers moved so quick when he was playing”

Killian said “He was good at playing the music”

Adrian said “It was amazing”

Many thanks to Redmond for visiting and to Deborah Kelleher of the Royal Irish Academy of Music for helping to organise this visit!

Maths Week Quizzes

We had two Math Quizzes in the hall on Thursday as part of Maths Week.  The teams were all mixed, with children from 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th all being on teams together.  Ms Geraghty, Ms Donnellan, Ms Ferguson and Mr Brown’s classes took part in the first quiz. Ms Carmody, Ms Walsh, Ms McNicholas and Ms McMahon’s classes took part in the second quiz. Everyone had a great time!

The winners of the first quiz – a draw!

The winners of the second quiz.