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14 Jan

KEEP MOVING!

Hi all, just a quick post today to make sure that even though we are in lockdown, that we are all still exercising, moving and staying fit. It’s great for everyone doing team sports and also, helps keep everyone in good form.

Please let us know if you have been out cycling, scooting or running and remember to stay safe!

Paddy

28 Dec

Snowflake!

A new elf arrived in our classroom on the first of December. We decided to call him Snowflake and he played lots of different tricks on us throughout the month, what a naughty elf!

Christmas treats!

Every Friday we enjoyed hot cocoa and biscuits or choclate lolipops brought by snowflake. They were scrumptious!

Christmas Stem!

Our Christmas Stem challenge this year was to make a sled that would be able to make it from the top of the Christmas slope to the bottom without loosing its load. The load consisted of a toy horse, tissues, playdough and 5 cubes.

To build our sled we could use anything from the ‘Project Box’ which consisted of carboard boxes, elastic bands, crepe paper, cups, metal plates, masking tape and different materials. Take a look at us making our sleds!

Our final products were then tested one by one- taking on the Christmas Slope! Almost all of our Sleds met the criteria which was brilliant!

21 Dec

Welcome everyone to the St Peter’s Christmas Play 2020!

As you may know, there has been great excitement in the school over the last week or so as our classes have prepared their Christmas plays for you! In a year like no other, we’ve put together a show that you won’t forget – so sit back and enjoy!

The video below shows all of the videos, but if you would like to be able to skip to your child’s class play, you can use the links under the video to find it.

Junior Infants

Senior Infants

1st class

2nd class

3rd class

4th class

5th class

6th class

Ending

Merry Christmas everyone!

14 Dec

Fáilte ar ais chuig ár bhfrása deireanach den tseachtain do 2020!

Caithfimid sár – obair a rá leis na cailíní agus na buachaillí go léir a bhí ag obair chomh crua ar a gcuid Gaeilge le cúpla mí anuas.

Déanaimis iarracht ár n – abairt nua a úsáid ar scoil an tseachtain seo!

Tá frása na seachtaine seo an – tábhachtach agus ceann a gcaithfimid cuimhneamh air thar na laethanta saoire na Nollag:

10 Dec

We have been writing some very special letters and postcards in school recently. We were delighted to write to members of our community who are residents in local nursing homes. This year has been difficult for everyone, especially considering visits between families and friends are restricted, and we thought it might be a nice idea to share some letters to spread some happiness! We were delighted when Wicklow County Council Library Service got in touch about Project Postcard and would love to show you some of what we did!

Our Post Box in the school corridor. Lots of letters and postcards to be delivered!

We wrote about our hobbies, our school and even included some book and movie recommendations! It was a great experience and the girls and boys loved designing their postcards, making them as colourful as possible!

The postards we received from our friends in Wicklow County Council Library Service as part of Project Postcard, were so bright and colourful! An Post are running a fantastic community initiative that means post will be delivered free of charge to communities living in care and nursing homes across Ireland, until 31st January 2021. We encourage anyone to send a Christmas card to local nursing homes to help spread some Christmas joy.

Thank you An Post and Wicklow County Council Library Services!

Ms. Kane’s class posted the letters in Bray Post Office yesterday. We were lucky enough to arrive just in time to meet the postman who was collecting the letters. Even though he was busy, he kindly took the time to explain to us where our letters are sorted and how long it will take to deliver them to our friends in the local nursing home. It’s such a busy time in the Post Office at the moment but we hope the letters will be delivered by the end of the week and will bring a smile to those that receive them! We were delighted to have a chance to say ‘thank you’ to the postman for all the hard work he and his colleagues are doing to keep communities connected.

We hope that the people who receive our postcards, both residents, staff and extended family and friends, have a very safe and Happy Christmas!

7 Dec
Junior Infants Winner- Rosabel Farrell
Senior Infants Winner- Layla Cahill
1st Class Winner- Zara Butler
2nd Class Winner- Lucy Byrne
3rd Class Winner- Kyle Breen
4th Class Winner-
Jasmin Coogan Moorhouse

5th Class Winner- Elif Standage

6th Class Winner- Callum Ryan
Ms. Kane’s Class- Poppy Cunnane
Creativity Award- Jody Fitzpatrick
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