Click on the question mark to bring you to our last 'Guess the well known Irish sportsperson' competition and to see all our winners this week.
Well done to Zoe Tarr, Dearbhla Reid, Alice Lanigan and Anna and Maya Jensen for winning yesterday's competition. The person was Annalise Murphy and we received lots and lots of correct entries and great facts. Thank you to all who entered:-)
Click on the question mark above to bring you to Day 3 of our 'Famous Sportsperson' competition. We have a female today! I wonder if anyone will know who it is?
Congratulations to Saoirse Byrne (Room 16), Amy and Emily Gray (Room 20 and Room 7) and Niamh Wall (Room 2) who were the winners of yesterday's competition. Great job by all 52 people who entered.
Click on the question mark above to bring you to our Active Schools section for day 2 of our famous sportsperson competition.
Well done to all who entered yesterday and did such great research. The answer was of course Johnny Sexton who plays rugby for Leinster and Ireland. Our lucky winners were Beth Kelly, Grace Doyle and Caitlin Ng . Congratulations girls. .
Happy Active Schools Week everyone. We all know how important activity and exercise is for our health, our energy levels and our well-being in general. We try to stay active in St. Brigid's every week but we're going to make a special effort this week at school and at home
We're going to have Jersey Day, a Blog Competition, Drop Everything and Dance in class and in yard, a walk around the local area and some classes might do some circuit training.
Click here or on the picture above to bring you to the Active Schools Blog where you can enter the first day of our 'Famous Sportsperson Competition'.
Don't forget to wear any jersey or sports top on Wednesday:-)
We have been looking at sound this week. We have learned that sound is a form of energy and have investigated how sound waves travel. We have listened to and identified a variety of sounds in the environment.
See our Picasso- inspired collage work below. In 1912, Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) made a guitar. Cobbled together from cardboard, paper, string and wire, materials that he cut, folded, threaded, and glued, Picasso's silent instrument resembled no sculpture ever before seen.
We are going to design and make our own musical instruments next week. Keep an ear out!
It's all about LOVE this month in St. Brigid's! Our song is 'All You Need Is Love' by the Beatles and our weekly sub-values will be Thoughtfulness, Generosity, Forgiveness and Showing Love #values
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