5th Class

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Welcome to our class page from the 5th Class teachers –   

Ms. Dowling, Ms. S. O’ Sullivan, Ms. Monaghan, Ms. E. O’Sullivan and Mr. Hyland

Supporting Teachers: Ms. Kennedy, Mrs. L. Delaney and Mrs. Thompson

We will update this page on a regular basis so please check in regularly!

5th Class – Homework

Homework for 5th Class

Reading with Oxford Owl

Fifth Class Pupils – Some ebooks available for you to read on Oxford Owl. Use the Login below. Oxford Owl # Login: fifth2020 Password:fifth2020

Play Like a Champion!

On the 13th May all of the 5th classes went over to Portlaoise College and participated in a basketball tournament. The weeks previous to this, Mr. O’Neill trained us and

Let the Music Take you Away

On the 22nd May, some students from 5th and 6th class who play the Ukulele had the opportunity to perform in the Dunamaise Theatre. Paddock NS also joined us that

Lego – Coding

Every Wednesday, for six weeks, all classes from 5th got the opportunity to work with Lego through coding. Week One We were all so excited to find out what coding

Dance Off!

On the 1/5/19 we as part of P.E we participated in a dance off in the classroom. We pushed back all the tables so that there was a big open

Road Safety

On Tuesday the 2/4/19 all of Ms Dowling’s class and some of Ms Dalton’s class went down to the halla to learn about road safety. Our road safety instructor, Aleksandra,

Rock Your Socks!

On the 21st March 2019, it was World Down Syndrome Day. Everyone in the school wore bright, colourful, non matching socks. Everyone had the opportunity to make a small donation

Seachtain na Gaeilge

From the 1st of March to the 17th of March Scoil Bhríde celebrated Seachtain na Gaeilge. Our whole class made posters of seanfhocail or old sayings. After we had created

World Book Day

Last Thursday the 6/3/19 was world book day. World book day is all about encouraging people to read more and like books. Our school dressed up as their favourite character