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22 Feb






We are all really excited about Engineer’s Week which is on from 25th February to the 3rd of March next week! You should visit the site here for more information – it has some great experiments and k’nex challenges to get you thinking about what life as an engineer is like. We’re all so excited to try out some of the challenges. Come back to our site soon to see some of the things we are going to get up and explore for Engineer’s Week 2013!


22 Feb

6th Class recently re-created some very famous American landmarks in Art class.

Have a look at what the boys have to say about their work – and click here to listen to them speaking about it!


Dillon is holding the Statue of Liberty. It is in New York Harbour on Liberty Island and first opened in 1886. It was a gift from the French people to the United States. It is a model of the Roman goddess of Freedom who was called Libertas. She holds a torch and a tablet that has the American Declaration of Independence date on it (July 1776). The statue welcomed people as they came into America.

We made this model using paper and papier mache.







amAdam is holding a model of the Seattle Space Needle. It is a well-known landmark at the Seattle Centre. It was built in 1962 for the World Fair. It is 605 feet high and weighs 9,550 tons.  The tower also has 25 rods on its roof to prevent lightning damage. We made this using one of our favourite materials – k’nex!









AM GCAdam is now holding a papier mache model of the Grand Canyon. It is a canyon carved by the Colorado River in Arizona. It is one of the wonders of the world!










Atwo ladsdam and Dillon are now standing with the model of the Empire State building. It is a skyscraper in Manhattan, New York City. It gets it’s name from the nickname for New York,the Empire State. Is is one of the seven modern wonders of the modern world and is famous for being in lots of films.









stars and stripes

We hope you enjoyed our whistle stop tour around the US landmarks. God bless the United States of America!

13 Feb

In St. Peters we do lots of sports like GAA, Football and Hurling. Our trainers are Tommy, Mary, Paddy and Carl. All of us love sports and we train in the back yard.

Every year we enter tournaments. The most recent tournament we entered was the Coughlin Cup in football. Paddy is the one that enters us into the tournaments.

Our school also enters local athletics competitions. Some of the boys have even won medals at cross country. We love to run and do relay running in the yard every week.

During PE we play hockey, basketball, Olympic handball, bench ball, rounders, baseball, tennis and rugby.

Our St. Peter’s jersey colour is wine and white  just like our uniforms!

We all know that playing sport is very important and helps us to stay healthy and well.

Below are pictures of our trainer Paddy and our school jersey. Do you like it?

Paddy Mullen


By Jamie Doonan (5th Class)

13 Feb


St. Peter’s BNS is a school with eighty-four students and eight teachers. Our school is on Hawthorn Rd. in Little Bray. Most of our students are from the area. Our teachers are Ms. Brennan, Ms. Sexton, Ms. Sugrue, Ms. Byrne, Mr. Curran, Mr. Kinsella and Mr. Foley. Our principal is Ms. Whyte. We have many staff in our school including Ms. Flanagan, Paddy, Karen, Les, Lily and Mrs. Murphy. Everyone works really hard to make our school a very nice place to be. We love it here. It is very colourful and we get to do all of our favourite things, such as sport and art. Our school work is extremely important to us and we always try our best. We participate in many school events and love to take part.

This blog will be written by the pupils of St. Peter’s and we hope you enjoy hearing about day-to-day life in St. Peter’s!

By Adam Macko (6th Class)