An tseachtain seo, fuaireamar dea-scéal ó Chonradh na Gaeilge faoi bheirt as a scoil seo a bhuaigh duaiseanna i gcomórtas ealaíne náisiúnta! During Seachtain na Gaeilge many children in St. Molaga’s did wonderful work in art and writing and there were many prizewinners in our school writing competitions and art – “illustrate a seanfhocal” – competition. Prizes (gift vouchers generously provided by the Parents’ Committee) were awarded to one child from each class for their essays/stories and to one child from each year in art. Winning entries have been on display in the front hall of the school since Seachtain na Gaeilge. Many children from the school also entered their pieces of writing and pictures into the National Competition, and this week two children from St. Molaga’s, Sarah from Ms Carmody’s class and Lena from Ms Leonard’s class, were delighted to receive cheques in the post for coming in 2nd place and 3rd place in the National Seachtain na Gaeilge Art competition! Comhghairdeas de na páistí go léir a ghlac páirt sa chomórtas agus a bhfuair teastais álainn ó Chonradh na Gaeilge.
School Writing Competition Class winners for Seachtain na Gaeilge 2017:
3rd Class: Emma D, Julia G. M, Holly W. and Juwaria B.
4th Class: Najat M. Adam K, Ruth C. and Ella L.
5th Class: Jake O, Katie D. Charlie B and Zofia.
6th Class: Josh C, Katelyn C, Emma R and Cillian H.
School Poster Competition Winners 2017:
Overall winner 3rd Class: Natalia (Mr Gorman’s class)
Overall winner 4th Class: Sarah (Ms Carmody’s class)
Overall winner 5th Class: Amelka (Ms Leonard’s class)
Overall winner 6th Class: Brandon (Mr Brown’s class)
Maith sibh go léir a pháistí agus a mhúinteoirí, a rinne an-obair ar fad lena ranganna i rith Seachtain na Gaeilge!
This morning we did the Operation Transformation 10 at 10! We had great fun as we did it as gaeilge! At 10 am we did 10 different exercises to keep ourselves fit and we got to do it as gaeilge!
Here is the link if anyone wants to give it a go!
Chuaigh Rang a Cúig ar thuras scoile. Chuaigh muid go dtí Ardgillan. Bhí muid ar bís. Tháinig an bus ar a leathuair tar éis a naoi. Bhí muid ag caint agus ag canadh ar an mbus. Tar éis tamaill, shroich an bus Ardgillan. Bhuail muid múinteoirí. Bhí muid ag dreapadh suas balla. Bhí muid ag boghdóireacht agus ag millín péinte. Bhí muid ag sleamhnú ar an bhféar. Bhí muid ag siúl ar rópaí. Bhí muid ag imirt cluichí foirne. D’ith muid an lón ar a dó dhéag a chlog. Chuaigh muid abhaile ar a leathuair tar éis a dó. Bhí an-spórt againn.
Bhíomar ag rince sa halla le Bríd. Bhí alán spórt againn.
At ten o’clock, we went over to Ms Daly’s classroom and met a storyteller. She told great stories. One was called “An Gadaí” (The Thief) and the other was called “Bríd na Amhráin” (Bríd of the Songs). Those stories were written by Patrick Pearse.
Tháinig an scéalaí go dtí an scoil ar a deich a chlog inniu. D’inis sí scéalta dúinn. Scríobh Pádraig Mac Piarais na scéalta. Bhí na scéalta an suimiúil. Bhí an scéalta go hiontach.
It is now possible to access the Léigh sa Bhaile book at home.
Step 1: Log onto cjfallon.ie
Step 2: Select student and parent resources as shown on the picture below.
Step 3: Select Student Resources as show here:
Step 4 : Select the choices as shown: (Level =primary, class=3rd class, subject=Gaeilge, Series=Léigh sa Bhaile, Title = Léigh sa Bhaile, Resource = Audio).
Step 5: Select the appropriate track number. This week we are reading (starting on) page/ lch 29.