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Football Match

This a blog post by two third class children. The third and fourth class girls had a soccer match verses St. Marys. We were against a team of fourth and fifth class. We lost...

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Mighty Mouth Project

This is a blog post by a third class child. A few days ago a girl called Naomi came into our class to talk to us about looking after our teeth. She explained how...

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Vikings

In April the girls and boys were learning about Vikings. They completed a project in pairs. We learned about the Battle of Clontarf. We created role plays based on the battle and we wrote...

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Gringer the Whinger

This is a blog post by a third class child. An author Jane Landy  came in to talk to us about her book Gringer the Whinger. She lived in London and then moved to...

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Forces

Over the last few weeks third class have learning about forces. We learned about pushing and pulling, balance, gravity, friction, air resistance and buoyancy. Pushing, Pulling and Balance by Kamanpreet. We talked about how...

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Football Match

This is a blog post by a third class child. On Wednesday the 24th of April the Greenlanes School football team played a match against St. Brigid’s NS. Both classes played two matches. Third...

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Seachtain na Gaeilge

Bhí gach duine i rang a trí ag caint as Gaeilge le deanaí. Bhíomar ag caint as Gaeilge i rith an lae. Rinneamar a lán gníomhaíochtaí chun Seachtain na Gaeilge a cheiliúradh. Rinneamar tóraíocht scroblachlóir sa...

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Tom Crean

Third class finished their novel Ice Man, which told the story of Tom Crean. They thoroughly enjoyed the novel and gave it an average rating of eight out of ten. Then for Art they...

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Tree Planting

This is a blog post by two third class children On Monday the 19th of February we planted trees with Ms.Sevastopulo ,Ms. Cooney, Mr Fennelly. We had so much fun. We took a spade...

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Tea Bags

Last Wednesday in third class the girls and boys were investigating which material would make the best tea bag. They tested cloth, j-cloth, tissue, paper, tin foil and crepe paper by placing tea leaves...