We have homework off tonight because we brought in an incredible 76 bags for Fill The Van day, more than any other class in the school!
Over on our Kidblog this week, we've been writing about our favourite sports. Above is a Wordle that represents all the posts. And below are a few of these posts:
My favourite sport is hurling . I like it because lots of people play it, if you ask someone to play hurling the chances are they will play it with you .
Hurling is the fastest field ball sport in the world . It is one of the hardest sports in Ireland because you have to learn 170 skills .
Some of them are blocking , hitting , kicking , soloing (etc). Me and most of the people I know train in Naas G.A.A ( Naas Gaelic Athletic Association ) .
My favourite hurling team is Kilkenny !!!!! They have won 33 all Ireland hurling finals . One of there best hurlers is Henry Shefflin .
He is also known as King Henry . Ballyhale Shamrocks is his club . Kilkenny drew with Galway on Sunday .
The replay is on the 30th and I will be there to see Henry Shefflin break the record for winning the most all Ireland medals .
He is going for his ninth medal and Kilkenny are going for there 34th time getting the Liam Mccarthy.
UP THE CATS !!!
My favourite sport is Tae-Kwon-Do. You need great strength to do it. There are a lot of people that like to join Tae-Kwon-Do. The teachers are very strict.Last year we went to Cork for a children and adult competition. I won a third place trophy in the competition. I was really happy with myself. Tae-Kwon-Do is just great I think more people should do it. I am a green belt training for green belt blue tip. Tae-Kwon-Do is great. I THINK IF YOU JOIN YOU WOULD LOVE IT TOO!!!!
We're very lucky here in Mr. Lane's class! Yesterday Harry brought in cake to share with the class. It was shaped like a big doughnut and it was delicious!
Jamie R brought in potato soup too which also went down very well!
And today Ferrán has brought in a lemon cake. It smells delicious and we can't wait to taste it!
Two coaches from Naas Rugby Club visited our school today with the Heineken Cup.
We had to scream "LEINSTER!!" as loud as we could when the photos were being taken.
Jamie Heaslip, a world famous rugby player for Leinster and Ireland, is a former student of our school!
Mr. Lane prefers soccer to rugby, but what would he know?