Sixth Class Girls enjoy a fitness class with Jason

Posted on January 27th, 2017 in Active Flag,Ms. K Shannon,Sport by Mrs. English

Ms Shannon’s sixth class were put through their paces yesterday with a very enjoyable fitness class with Jason Kehoe of Marathon Fitness.  Jason very kindly volunteered to come into the school to do a workshop as part of our Active School programme.  As you can see from the photos, pupils and teacher really got into it and had great fun!

Dunbrody 1916 and Famine Tour

Posted on March 3rd, 2016 in Ms. Griffin,Ms. K Shannon,Ms. McKiernan by emckiernan2159  Tagged , ,

4th, 5th and 6th Classes went on a trip to the Dunbrody Famine Ship in New Ross.  We saw a fantastic presentation about the history and events leading up the 1916 Rising.

We learned about The Famine and the awful conditions on the Famine Ships of the time, we even met some of the passengers!

We had a beautiful picnic beside the Eternal Flame and we even got to stand where JFK stood all those years ago!

Afterwards we went to visit the Ross Tapestry which is amazing.  It tells the history of Wexford and the Norman Invasion through 15 large Tapestries.  Well worth a visit:-)

Photos of 6th Class visit

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Welcome to Broadway … I mean The Mercy School!

Posted on December 16th, 2015 in Latest News,Ms. English,Ms. Griffin,Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Griffin

The Mercy School has such amazing talent!  We have been to see some Christmas shows. It’s a lovely break for us after all our hard work this month!
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More festive fun!!!

Posted on December 11th, 2015 in Ms. Griffin,Ms. K Shannon,Ms. McKiernan by Ms. Griffin

 

Today we are at The Presentation School for the TY production of Sleeping Beauty!


 

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4th & 5th Class ~ Room 12

Posted on November 4th, 2015 in Latest News,Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Griffin

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IMG_20151104_112114 IMG_20151104_113959In Room 12 this year we have 33 fabulous, clever students who have gelled so well as a team! We have been really busy since September. Have a look at some of our photos. Rehearsing for the Sing Out Loud concert, doing a Maths Trail for Maths week, playing the recorder, attending the Wexford Opera Festival performance of Hansel & Gretel, playing on the brand new play equipment and of course accepting a new tri-colour from The Defense Forces and much much more.

Oíche Shamhna

Posted on October 24th, 2014 in Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Shannon

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Cycling Safety Training Course

Posted on March 18th, 2014 in Latest News,Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Shannon  Tagged

Today the girls successfully completed their cycling safety course. This was a five week course to develop the skills and knowledge required to be better, safer cyclists.

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Camogie Mini-Sevens 2014

Posted on March 18th, 2014 in Activities,Latest News,Ms. K Shannon,Sport,zz ~ Ms. Flynn by Ms. Shannon  Tagged

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A big well done to our camogie girls who played so well last Thursday at Clonard pitch. We were narrowly beaten by Barntown and won against The Faythe. More importantly, we all had such fun. Many of our players were playing their first match. Keep up the practice girls, all the hard work since September is paying off!

Well done: Nicole Scallan (6th), Hannagh Hynes (6th), Aisling O’Sullivan (4th), Eve Scallan (4th), Annie Davis (3rd), Molly Donohue (4th), Ciara Carey (3rd), Amy Purdy (3rd), Lydia Browne (6th), Bronagh Reilly (4th), Chloe Maughan (5th) & Aoife O’Keefe (3rd).

We’re looking forward to the Rackard League now!

Oíche Stoirmiúil

Posted on February 11th, 2014 in Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Shannon  Tagged ,

Scríobhamar an scéal seo le chéile an tseachtain seo. Is aoibheann linn a bheith ag scríobh! Tá súil againn go mbainfidh sibh taitneamh as.

 

Tráthnóna amháin bhí an teaghlach amuigh sa ghairdín ag garraíodóireacht agus ag súgradh. Bhí an-spraoi is sport ag na paistí.

Go tobann, thosaigh gaoth láidir ag séideadh i ngach treo. D’éirigh an spéir dorcha agus chonaic siad scamaill dubha ann. I bpreab na súil thosaigh báisteach trom ag titim.

Ar dtús, bhailigh siad na héadaí anuas ón líne éadaí ach bhí sé ró-dhéanach, bhí siad fluich báite.  Thóg siad an lomaire, an sluasaid agus an barra rotha isteach sa bhothán.

Rith gach duine isteach ar chosa in airde. Bhí siad go léir fluich go craiceann.

Ansin, las Mamaí an tine agus chuir gach duine a bpitseamaí orthu. Shuigh an chlann in aice na tine ag ól seaclaid the. Bhí siad ag féachaint ar scannán ar an teilifís.

Tar éis tamaill, theip ar an leictreachas. Thosaigh an leanbh ag caoineadh agus bhí an páiste beag ag crith le heagla. Bhí ar Dhaidí coinnle a lasadh. I gceann cúpla noiméad, fuair siad cártaí agus thosaigh siad ag imirt cluichí.

Níor stop an bháisteach ar feadh an lae. D’eirigh siad bréan de na cluichí tar éis tamaill.

Ag a naoi a chlog, chuaigh said go dtí a leapacha. Thit siad ina gcodhladh laithreach.

I lár na hoíche, dhúisigh Mamaí agus Daidí de phreab. Chuala siad fothram ard taobh amuigh. Baineadh geit uafásach astu. Léim siad as an leaba, rith said go dtí an bhfuinneog agus d’fhéach said amach.

Bhí ionadh an domhain orthu nuair a chonaic said crann ar an mbothán agus é ina smidiríní. Níor chodail Mamaí agus Daidí go dtí a sé a chlog ar maidin. Ní dhéanfaidh siad dearmad ar an oíche sin.

Rounders

Posted on January 30th, 2014 in Ms. Hill,Ms. K Shannon,Sport by Ms. Shannon  Tagged

We have been back training since September. Training takes place at the school every Friday from 2.40 to 3.30 weather permitting. Attendance has been great and we would encourage the girls to keep it up as we get closer to the start of the Rackard League. New players, especially from fifth class are very welcome!

Our Time in the Spotlight

Posted on January 30th, 2014 in Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Shannon  Tagged

This is a collaborative piece of recount writing we did before Christmas.

On Sunday the 24th of November we had the most amazing experience at the Opera House. All during the week, schools from all over Wexford and further a field came together to participate in the eMjet production of ‘Sing Out Loud.’ There were six concerts in total. Our turn came on Sunday at 2 pm.

It all kicked off in September when Ms. Shannon delivered the exciting news of the ‘Sing Out Loud’ concert. We began to rehearse immediately. Everyone was thrilled and eager to get started. We continued to rehearse until all our songs were perfected.

The day finally arrived and we gathered at the Opera House at half past ten. Ms. Shannon and Mr. King were there to greet us. We met the other schools that were participating in the show, Oylegate, St. Mary’s, Ballyroebuck and C.B.S. Wexford. There was a nervous and exciting buzz coming from the overflowing foyer.

A short time later, our eMjet attendants, Paula and Mary, guided us into the spectacular auditorium. We were shown to our seats. After that, Tony Carty and the rest of the eMjet crew were introduced to us and we were informed of the schedule for the day ahead.

Next, we headed for the stage to rehearse with our conductor, Naoimh Penston. Before introducing us to the harmonies of certain songs, she ran through some vocal exercises and warm-ups. Then we practised most of the medleys. All of the schools sounded wonderful together (even the boys from the C.B.S.!)

After a tiring but enjoyable rehearsal, we ascended the stairs to our designated dressing room. We enjoyed our own packed lunches and they also provided juices and apples. In our dressing room, we felt like professionals. There were a variety of emotions floating around. Our voices were rested and we were ready to sing again. Then our time came and we were summonsed to the stage over the intercom.

We arrived on stage and we all hustled into our seats, trying not to make a sound. All of a sudden, the curtains rose and we heard an encouraging cheer from the audience. The band began to play and we burst into song.

In between the medleys there were surprise guest acts including; Mags and the Whiterock Girls, The Wild Turkeys accompanied by Irish dancers, The Jersey Boys, Meagan Power, the hilarious Biddy Walsh and the amazing Extreme Rhythm. These acts were inspiring because of their extraordinary talent.

We had wonderful fun with the dance moves and we sang our socks off! Everyone put in an astonishing effort and the atmosphere was electric. In the wings, as Mr. King was nodding his head and tapping his foot, Ms. Shannon was doing the complete opposite, showing off her ridiculous moves! The time flew by as we sang all of our songs and before we knew it the show was over. The audience’s reaction was priceless and made us feel like One Direction.

It was a breathtaking, once in a lifetime experience, performing on stage in Wexford Opera House. We will never forget it!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Love is in the Air!

Posted on February 13th, 2013 in Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Shannon  Tagged

An Chèad Nollag

Posted on December 19th, 2012 in Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Shannon  Tagged

He’s Making a List & he’s Checkin’ it Twice!!

Posted on December 18th, 2012 in Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Shannon  Tagged

 

Happy Halloween!

Posted on October 9th, 2012 in Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Shannon  Tagged

 

Whale and Dolphin Projects

Posted on October 13th, 2011 in Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Shannon  Tagged

Narrative Writing

Posted on October 7th, 2011 in Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Shannon  Tagged

All week our class have been writing a story. We put in great effort and finally finished it today. We enjoyed the process and everybody’s ideas were brilliant. We are absolutely delighted with our story and we hope you enjoy it.

An Unusual DeTour

Print with Bits and Bobs

Posted on June 22nd, 2011 in Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Shannon  Tagged

The Big Five

Posted on June 21st, 2011 in Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Shannon  Tagged

Teacher Survey by Stacy and Maggie

Posted on June 21st, 2011 in Ms. K Shannon by Ms. Shannon  Tagged

We did a survey on teachers  about  their dream job. We  had  seven options; rock star, movie star ,judge on x factor, comedian, royal family, professional sports person. The most popular were the  professional sports person, rock star and royal family. The children were helping their teacher’s pick an option for the survey and they had fun and so did the children. Maggie and Stacy went around  the  classes.

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