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4 Nov

We are going to enter our blog in the Eircom Junior Spider Awards. We are going to enter the Mega Spider category for primary schools. Have you heard of the awards? The entry date is in December. Find out more about the awards here! Do you have any suggestions to improve our blog in the meanwhile? Let us know and leave a comment below!

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4 Nov

We have been dancing for four weeks now. We do Irish dancing. It is great fun. Our dancing teacher is called Sue. She is a brilliant dancer and was in the All Ireland dancing competition last week. She came first in the first round. We now know the Walls of Limerick, the 3 hand reel and the easy reel. Check out our latest updated video!

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Caoilynn, Kayden, Dylan M and Kelsey

If you can’t see the video then click here!

30 Oct

WED PARENTS

 

Hope the midterm is going well!

Just a short post this week to point out a few good websites with Halloween games and activities. Don’t forget this list of activities from last week for things to do out and about over the midterm

  • 1Halloween has lots of ideas for costumes and decorations. They also have plenty of colouring and activity pages, along with a few simple games.
  • PBS Kids is a nice one with lots of activities for younger children
  • Scoilnet is an Irish educational website with lots of activities for students. This one is more suited to senior classes (3rd class up) (more…)
28 Oct

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26 Oct

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Here are the week’s Halloween headlines:

  • Ms Brennan’s 2nd class gave a great round up of their Halloween songs and decorations here
  • Mr Foley’s 4th class posted podcasts of their spooky stories here – listen if you daaare!
  • Ms Sexton’s 5th class learned how to use GoAnimate and used it to create Halloween jokes here, here and here!
  • Our ‘Wednesday for Parents’ post rounded up great ideas about what to do over the midterm – read all about it here
  • The Student Council continue their great work – listen to their latest podcast here
  • Speaking of fantastic podcasts, 2nd class finished their class novel, The Giraffe, the Pelly and Me this week. DylanM’s superb interview of the class is well worth a listen. You can find it here. (more…)
25 Oct

Paddy movie from St Peter’s, Bray on Vimeo.

26.2 miles

320 laps of our back yard…

Thousands of runners…

Including Paddy!

On Monday, 28th October 2013, Paddy will take part in the Dublin City Marathon. Check out the video we made this morning to cheer him on.

Good luck to everyone taking part in the marathon on Monday!

Leave your good luck messages for Paddy (and anyone else you know!) in the comments!

24 Oct

We just loved The Giraffe, The Pelly and Me. Roald Dahl is our favourite! We hope you like Dylan’s interview of us. It is our favourite podcast so far! Let us know what you think!

24 Oct
24 Oct

This week, whenever we’ve had a spare 5 minutes, 5th class have been using GoAnimate to create Halloween jokes. Here’s our final instalment of the week. You can find our previous work here and here! We hoped you enjoyed them this week!

 

halloween joke Oisin and aaron by stpetersbrayblog on GoAnimate

 

Johnny and Robert Halloween Joke by stpetersbrayblog on GoAnimate

AaronJ and Alan – Halloween Joke by stpetersbrayblog on GoAnimate

Luke and Jack Halloween Joke by stpetersbrayblog on GoAnimate

Leon and Ryan Halloween Joke by stpetersbrayblog on GoAnimate

23 Oct

Next week, schools are closed for midterm! This week’s Wednesday for Parents focuses on ideas for entertainment, here in Bray, around County Wicklow and a few further afield. Some events may need to be booked early.

In no particular order, our top recommendations are:

  • Sealife! Sealife have a Scary Fish Festival on next week with zombie pirate trick or treating, design a ‘Frankenfish’ competition, facepainting and a pirate quiz trail! If you can, it’s well worth booking online as you can save up to €14 on family tickets. It’s €29 to book online for a family of 2 adults and 2 children, but €43 if you book on the day. More information here!
  • The Mermaid! The Mermaid have a showing of Monster’s University on Tuesday 29th October. Tickets cost €5 each and information can be found here.
  • Kilruddery have a number of creative events on – for €20, you can use materials to build a scarecrow and be in with a chance to win a prize. For €5 you can choose a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch, draw a design and leave it with the master carver to be collected later. More information here.
  • Wicklow Gaol go all out for Halloween and while some of the activities are for adults only (and the staff of Peter’s can vouch for the creepiness of these events!), there are a number of family activities, such as treasure hunts, facepainting and a ‘terrifying touch tour’ – intrigued? Check out their calendar here! Family tickets seem to run at €19 each (2 adults/3 children) for each event. (more…)