5th & 6th Class
Welcome to our 5th and 6th class blog! Our teacher’s name is Miss Fitzgerald. We have been very busy with our schoolwork and Rackard League so far this school year! We have enrolled in the Junior Entrepreneur Programme this year and will soon be very busy working on our business! We look forward to sharing the final result with you.
Sugarush is our school business. We created it in our school JEP programme. In this business we sell chocolate lollies for €1:50, white chocolate biscuits for €2.00 and butterflies for €1.00. Next Wednesday 29th of March we start selling our products. After you order, you collect your order 2 days later. You can give our products as a present and you can get their name on a sticker for an extra 30c. You may see some of our posters and flyers around our school, look out for them and try buy our products and tell your friends about us thanks.
Well done to Abi Murphy who will be representing our school in Eason’s Spelling Bee on March 14th. Wishing her the very best of luck in the competition.
Junior Entrepreneur Program
Sixth Class have started work on our Junior Entrepreneur Program over the last two weeks. We have been exploring the meaning of what an entrepreneur is and the qualities necessary to succeed as one. We have also been analysing our own personal entrepreneurial skills and have displayed them on ‘Our Helpful Hands of Personal Qualities’!
5th and 6th class have been learning about ‘The Aztecs’ as part of their History program. They have been working hard on group projects on ‘The Aztecs’ for the past week and have produced some amazing work!! Well done to all for their efforts! Please drop by our classroom at some point and read through them!
Crazy Hair Day!
We really enjoyed our crazy hair day. Look at our crazy hairstyles…..
Maths Week 2016
We have a new Student Council this year. The 12 children from sixth class are all members of the Council. They have already made lots of plans including purchasing new nets for the goals and a set of half-zip hoodies for sixth class. They also organised a “No Uniform Day” at Halloween to raise funds for their projects.