Scoil Bhríde Newsletter
Junior Infants: Kaylee, Fionn and Sophie
Senior Infants: Jake, Elif and David
First Class: Charlie, Tara and Fatima
Second Class: Pádraig, Sophie and Laoise
Third Class: Laragh, Danielle and Ryan
Fourth Class: Seán, Karla and Michelle
Fourth Class: Adam, Hannah and Derek
Fifth Class: Conall, Oisín and Eirn
Sixth Class: Kane, Jonny and Rokibat
Credit Union Quiz
Congratulations to Kane Callaghan, Jonny Jones, Lawrence Jones and Shane Maguire from Sixth Class who won their heat in the Under 13’s Credit Union Quiz on Monday the 30th of January.
Congratulations also to Cian Fagan, Robert Mathews, Naia Hernando Maher and Oisín Murphy from Fifth Class who came second place in their heat in the Under 11’s Credit Union Quiz. Well done to everyone that took part.
Baking Fun in First Class
Our baking lessons are going really well. We love learning how to bake new things every week. Last week we made pizza and this week we made Mary Berry’s Flapjacks with Mrs McLeod. They are a yummy healthy treat. If you want to try the flapjacks here’s what to do:
Melt 225g of margarine with 225g of Demerara sugar and 75g of golden syrup. Add 275g of porridge oats and the zest of a lemon. Press the mixture into two 8inch round tins lined with baking parchment and bake for 30 minutes at 160 degrees celsius until golden brown. Then enjoy with a glass of milk or a cup of tea!
Spring has sprung….
We marked the first day of Spring (Celtic Spring) by celebrating Saint Brigid’s Day in the church with Fr. Murtagh. Check out our Saint Brigid’s crosses we made during art!
It has been a relatively mild winter and as a result, the daffodils and crocus bulbs have emerged from the ground quite early this year. The yellow crocus were planted to remind us annually of Holocaust Memorial Day (29th January), which has just passed.
The Green Schools have been quite busy preparing the garden area and planting a large assortment of bulbs which were given to us by Woodies DIY in Dundalk – a big thank you to them. Derek from Fourth Class has been coordinating the bulb planting for us.
Several projects associated with our current green flag as well individual projects have been completed by the senior classes in the school.
Regards, The Green Schools Committee
Saint Brigid’s Day
We celebrated Saint Brigid’s Day on Wednesday the 1st of February. The children were very busy preparing for this special day by creating lovely pieces of artwork, singing songs and making Saint Brigid’s crosses. We brought our crosses to mass on Saint Brigid’s Day to be blessed.
First Confession for Second Class will take place in the church on Wednesday the 15th of February.
The school will be closed from Monday the 20th of February until Friday the 24th of February for the mid-term break.