Below are some extracts from our history projects which are displayed on the notice board outside our classroom.
My grandad was born in 1947. He had 3 brothers and 3 sisters. He lived in sandy mount. He is a cool dude . he is nice. He is pretty old. He is 68. We have lots of fun together. I love my grandad. And i love my granny too!! By Adam s
My Grandad had to walk to school every day. His favourite subject in school was Irish. His last job was as a librarian. Adam
My Grandad’s dad worked on the railway and his mum was a school teacher .He had four sisters and three brothers. He worked as a plaster. Bethan:]
My Nana was not in any clubs. Her favourite sweet was a macaroon bar. When she was older she worked as a nurse. She got to school on a bike. Ellie-May
My grandad Williams history. Williams parents owned a shop. It was very small and dull. Jamie
My uncle works at the same place as my dad. My dad worked in a farm before. Kevin
My Grandad. His favourite subject was Irish. He lived in Rush. His favourite meal was beef stew. J Robert
My aunt Jan’s Mother worked in a shop. She had three brothers and no sisters. By Ruth.
My nanny lived in Seapoint in Swords. She lived in a big farm house. Her dad was a herdsman and her mam was a house keeper. Her favourite subject was maths. Her least favourite subject was Irish. Callum T.
My grandad lived in Leitrim. He lived in a house called Foxwood house. Seán
My nanas best friend was Jacinta Mulligan. Her favourite teacher was Ms. Fultan. Her best game was hop scotch. Her favourite Christmas present was a red and white bike. Her best dinner was sausage, beans and mash. Her school was called St. Raphales. It was a five minute walk. By Callum J
My Nana Dolores. My nana worked as a house wife and my grandad worked at the paper mills. Her favourite games were hopscotch tag and sometimes she played on the swing. By Adam M
My Nana Rita. My grandma Rita had a very hard time in school there were very bad punishments when someone did something to someone like kneeling down on hard beanbags. By Rita.