Monthly Archives: June 2015

Lucas’s movie

The most dramatic day in Tommy the Turtle’s life.

This story was written by Lucas du Preez in third class.

The animator was Dara mcGowan.

This is the second successful movie we have made so far on Puppet Pals.

Tommy the Turtle was looking for potatoes but couldn’t find any and things get very exciting!

We hope you like our fantastic, exciting, dramatic movie.

Stay tuned for our next sequel!

The Choir go Bowling

The school choir had a special day out to reward them for all their hard work that they had put into singing at the communion and confirmation this year. They got the DART to Bray Bowl where they had a few games of bowling and a pizza party. They then had a quick play at the shore before catching the DART back to the school. Big thanks to Ms. Begg and Mr. O’Neill for organising such a wonderful choir and a great day out !
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June Assembly

1st-6th Classes will have their final Assembly of the year next week. We will look back at our favourite moments of the past school year and present end-of-year attendance awards.

Click play below to practise your song!

Middle Assembly (1st-3rd): ‘Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah’

Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah

Zip-A-Dee-Ay

My oh my, what a wonderful day

Plenty of sunshine heading my way

Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah

Zip-A-Dee-Ay

Mister bluebird on my shoulder

It’s the truth

It’s actual

Everything is satisfactual

Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah

Zip-A-Dee-Ay

Wonderful feeling

Wonderful day

Senior Assembly (4th-6th): ‘School’s Out’

Well we got no choice

All the girls and boys

Makin all that noise

‘Cause they found new toys

Well we can’t salute ya

Can’t find a flag

If that don’t suit ya

That’s a drag

School’s out for summer

School’s out forever

School’s been blown to pieces

No more pencils

No more books

No more teacher’s dirty looks

Well we got no class

And we got no principles

And we got no innocence

We can’t even think of a word that rhymes

School’s out for summer

School’s out forever

School’s been blown to pieces

No more pencils

No more books

No more teacher’s dirty looks

Out for summer

Out till fall

We might not go back at all

School’s out forever

School’s out for summer

School’s out with fever

School’s out completely