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19 Aug

Hi everyone! Time is really flying by and before we know it we’ll be back together again and welcoming the new boys and girls of 2nd Class to St. Peter’s. I can’t wait!

We’ve had an exciting time over the break and we’ve been planning new projects for the blog for the year ahead. We’ve also had the opportunity to get to know other schools that are blogging! Some eagle-eyed people might have noticed that I added a ‘blogs we love’ list on the right hand side of the homepage and we encourage you to explore some of the outstanding work on other school blogs. We hope to add to this list in September when we’ll be asking you to suggest other blogs to add to this roll. We hope to connect with even more schools and we’ve already gotten off to a great start thanks to St. Brigid’s in Greystones who featured our blog on their blog! Read what they wrote about here.










In the meanwhile, we’ve also added our blog to the Seas Suas site. This is a list of some of the many schools and classes who are blogging in Ireland and we’re now on it! Check out some of the sites and let us know what you think. Which one do you like?

3 Responses to “Sharing our blog and learning from other schools!”

  1. Ms. Brennan
    9:54 am on August 19th, 2013

    I am simply blown away by the talent on show in our schools. The work in St. Brigid’s is outstanding. Up Wicklow!

  2. Merry Beau
    10:46 am on August 19th, 2013

    Thank you for your kind words and congratulations once again on you excellent blog. We find that blogging is a great way of sharing our learning and making new friends. In fact we feel that ‘blogging makes the world go round’. Enjoy the rest of your summer break and goood luck with the start to the new one.

  3. Ms. Sexton
    11:42 am on August 19th, 2013

    ‘If only the best birds sang…’ is a fantastic blog – they were deserving winners of the Junior Spiders Award for the best school blog this year.

    Lovely to see the supportive comments from Mr Webb and his students too – all the way from New Zealand!

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