The Book Fair has arrived and over the coming days each class will be given a opportunity for “browsing” and “buying”. Books are arranged according to age with something for everyone. Don’t worry about popular choices selling out early, books can be paid for and ordered and they will be delivered to the school quite promptly. Pupils will have had a note home today with times for Parents to visit, but in case they haven’t made it out of the school bags, the Parent Opening times are given below.
The Book Fair will be open for parents:
Tuesday evening: 7-8 pm
Wednesday to Friday:
- 8.45 – 9.15 am
- 1.45 -2.15 pm
- 3.00-3.30 pm
At KS2 Assembly this morning we watched a short video explaining the focus of this year’s Trocaire Appeal. This year’s box features photos of 3 children: Maria from Guatemala, Patricia from Uganda and Maya from Lebanon. We heard about their lives at Assembly and how we can help them by making donations over the Lenten season. Money is used to buy seeds so their families can grow food, to provide water in their schools and to help make their countries a safer place for children. Boxes have been distributed through classes to the oldest in families, we hope everyone will place their box in a prominent position and share what they have heard this morning at Assembly with their families.
Congratulations to all the boys and girls recognised for their hard work at Assembly this morning. Their teachers have been impressed with their: story writing, helpfulness, listening skills and lots more! Well done and keep up the good work.
P5/6 welcomed a number of very special book characters to their class today! Click on our link to view our short film and to find out who came to visit us today.
World Book Day video
One P6 pupil couldn’t wait to get home, to complete his World Book Day Quiz!
Good luck to all our KS2 pupils who have the quiz as homework tonight. Remember if you want to win a book of your choice, from next week’s Book Fair, submit your answers to your Google Classroom, or as your Teacher has asked you to. There will be one winner chosen from each KS2 class. Which book would you choose?
Good luck everyone!
A great effort by everyone in P6/7 today, to dress as a character from their favourite book. How many of their favourites have you read?
Miss Mulkerns shared her favourite and P6/7 worked out it was first published 206 years ago… a classic!!!!
Congratulations to both P7 teams who took part this afternoon in the Sentinus STEM Challenge in Our Lady’s Grammar School. Teams had to work together to design and construct a vehicle which would carry an egg down a ramp and across the floor in a straight line to a marked spot. Both teams completed the challenge achieving high marks and we are delighted to announce that one team have actually made it through the heats’ stage to the final which will be held in June. Well done everyone!
Tomorrow is Ash Wednesday and classes will be attending Mass in St. Mary’s Church at 10 am to receive Ashes. The forecast is for wet weather so could everyone please bring a coat with a hood.