Poem for Spring
Spring: You bring back the beauty of Nature to combat it’s harshness.
In your endless wonder, we lose ourselves.
Lost, is the cold and darkness.
Victory is yours, Spring. The Winter is repelled.
And now is the time to put the ice cream back on the store shelves.
PARENTS MORNING TEA
We are inviting our parents to school for a morning tea. Here are the lovely hand made invitations our boys have!
OUR LOVELY MOTHER’S DAY CARDS
THE STORY OF SAINT BRIDGET
Many years ago…
There was a woman named Bridget. She was born into slavery. Which means that she worked for someone without being paid. (Kind of like your Mum and Dad!)
One day, Bridget and her master went to visit the king. The king was a Christian and and could see that Bridget was holy. The king convinced Bridget’s master to let Brigid be free. Years passed, and Brigid wanted to build a school only for women.
Brigid went back to the king who set her free to ask for land. Brigid didn’t have much money, so she asked for the land for free. The king said: ”No.” Brigid left. She prayed to God for help. God said he would help. Brigid went back to the king and asked: ”If I place my cloak on the ground, Can I have the land it covers?” ”Of course!” said the king. Brigid and the king went to the land Bridget wanted and Bridget laid her cloak down. Animals came and stretched the cloak until it was 15 acres in size!
The king knew this was a miracle and let Brigid have the land. With the land, Brigid could build her school. She did, and she was made a saint after she died. Saint Brigid’s school is still enjoyed by people today.
By Henry McMenamin
ST. BRIDGET’S CLOAK
A long time ago there was a girl called Bridget.
She was a nice kind girl, she wanted to build a school.
She went to ask the King of Kildare for some land.
The king said no and go away.
Bridget went to ask God for some help,God said yes.
She went back to the king and asked the king if she put her cloak on the ground could she have the land it covered.
The king said yes.
She went down to the land and the king and the Queen went too.
Bridget put her cloak on the land the cloak got bigger and bigger and bigger until it covered 15 acres and the king said “yes”.
You can have the land because he was amazed at the miracle!
Bridget got to build her school.
It was a good school.
THE END…..By Dean Coyle
THE ST. BRIDGET STORY
A long time ago there was a young girl her name was Bridget. She was very kind and she was very nice. She was brilliant and she was brave. She was trusting in God. She wanted to build a School so she asked the king of Kildare for some land. The king said no go away. Bridget wasvery upset. she prayed to God. God said he would help her. She went back to the King and asked him about the cloak. She went to the land with the King and put down the cloak on the ground. The cloak got bigger and bigger and bigger until it covered 15 acres. The King said it was a miracle! you can have the land. Finally Bridget got to build a school. It was a happy school.
BY: Gordon Wilson
ST. BRIDGET STORY BY KYLE
A long time ago there was a girl called Bridget. She was kind and nice. She wanted to build a school.
So she asked the King of Kildare for some land. The King said ‘No’ ‘Go Away!’
Bridget was upset and disppointed. She asked God and God said ‘yes’
So Bridget prayed and went back to the King. He said yes but only 15 acres.
She put her cloak on the land and her cloak grew big, bigger, biggest…. massive!!
She built her school on the land and it was a very happy school.
OUR LOVELY ST.BRIDGET PAINTINGS
ST. BRIDGET’S SCHOOL BY JOHN DOHERTY
WE PAINTED OUR WINDOWS
AN EXCERPT FROM HENRY’S CHRISTMAS PLAY
Written and edited by Henry McMenamin. Age 13.
Narrator: Our story begins with the emperor, Herod. Roman servant: My king, you called? Herod: Yes. I order for every person in this empire to be counted. Roman servant: With all due respect sire, why would you order such a thing? Herod: You dare question your king?! Roman servant: No, my lord! Herod: Go! You disturb my kingly genius! Roman servant: (mutters) Kingly genius! Count all the people in the empire! Kingly genius my asnium! Herod: What was that?! Roman servant: Nothing sir.
LEGO WORKSHOP WITH MAGGIE GREEN
OUR FINAL TASTY TREATS
Last Thursday we had our closing down sale.
We also gave away rice crispy cakes.
Mr Richards came and played his fiddle for us.
It was great fun.
Thank you Mr Richards.
Thank you to all the Staff and Students who supported us through the year.
I love tasty treats. We have lovely customers, they have lovely manners. We don’t just sit there looking around; we are pleasant at all times. We love selling, its fun.
We always have something new in our shop. At the moment we have Wagon wheels, Popcorn, drinks, marshmallows, Jives and Spuddy’s crisps.
The best salespeople in our class are Dan, Michael, Ronan, Max, Robyn, Brandon, Cian, Aoife, myself and Victoria. We are all really good at it.
We get the stock in Aldi’s.
We do tasty treats on Thursday, we all take turns at being the manager. The manager writes a letter to our mums and dads to say tasty treat is on and to send some money in for tasty treats. The manager tells us what job we have to do. The manager makes sure the customers are happy.
We call the students early in the morning class by class. After tasty treats is over we make a new shopping list and count our money and work out our profits. My favourite part in Tasty Treats is working in the shop.
Each week we put our profits in the bank. When we get enough money we split it up for all of the students to take home their wages. Everyone loves getting their wages.
Tasty treats has helped us all to learn about money. Its hard work but it’s worth it.
Written By Bronagh Peoples
OUR GORGEOUS CHRISTMAS DVD COVER DESIGNS