Author Archive | Ms O Grady

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Halloween Fun In Fifth Class

We had a fabulous end to our first term in room 17 fifth class. It all began with a spooky walk to Grangegorman on a glorious autumnal morning. We also made some homemade queencakes and decorated them  appropriately for halloween. We measured out our ingredients and learned what fraction a 100g/200g etc. in relation to […]

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Fifth Class News

Stanhope Street and Ms O Grady welcomed back Fifth Class on the 31st of August after a long break from school. We are now on our 6th week back and we are having so much fun learning a variety of  new material and making up for lost time! We have such talented artists in Room […]

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Our exciting excursion to TU Aungier Street

We could hardly contain our excitement when Ian Roller from TU Grangegorman invited us to meet the journalism students who inspire us every day with their amazing stories and articles on Clic News.   We have been commenting on their articles for weeks now and our very own pupil Serena is the number 1 commentator […]

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Coding commences in Blackhall Place!

Sixth Class had the great privilege to be taught Coding techniques again this year by the wonderful team at Blackhall Place.     Our pupils will have a wonderful advantage heading into Secondary school armed with such  skills and coding strategies and may indeed play a part in sketching out  a future career for many […]

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Election Week in Stanhope Street!

Tensions were high in Stanhope Street as the Student Council process was in full flow. Firstly the Manifestos were heard, closely followed by interviews and culminating in the secret ballot vote! Poster campaigns are up! Manifestos were presented very professionally. Votes were counted! Our newly elected student Council will have their first meeting after the […]

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Science week 2019

We thoroughly enjoyed our trip to Kevin Street on the Luas to attend Jon Chase’s interactive workshop on the Solar System. A captive audience! We learned how to produce CO2. We worked together as a group and took notes to help us with our explanation writing.

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