Welcome to our weekly online newsletter – the St. Peter’s Post! We’ve quite a short edition this week – but we’ve an excellent excuse! It was papier-mâché central in St Peter’s this week and we’re very egg-cited to unveil it next week. Students and staff struggled to blog with paste-covered hands – hence the lack of documentation! We’ve a big week ahead however, and we can’t wait to show off.
Welcome to our weekly online newsletter – the St Peter’s Post! We’re very proud of all the great work from our students this week – from Write-A-Book, to stop-motion, to Gaelic tournaments - and plenty more in between! The headlines from the week are: Jordan from 4th class has posted his trailer for his stop-motion movie. He has TWENTY-THREE comments on his trailer so far and was so excited.
Welcome to our weekly blog newsletter – the St Peter’s Post! This week started with St Patrick’s Day and finished on Friday afternoon with our Seachtain na Gaeilge concert. We really enjoyed our three days this week! Here’s what we got up to this week: Did you see our year in numbers post? And you can read all about our progress in Khan Academy and Mathletes here. New leaderboards on.
Welcome to our weekly blog newsletter – the St Peter’s Post! And if it’s ever been needed – this has been the week! With so much happening, we don’t want you to miss out on any of our big news and little moments. Of course, as you all know by now, the major event this week was the launch of the website – www.stpetersbray.ie All the staff and students worked.
Slightly delayed St Peter’s Post this weekend! You can blame the CESI (Computers in Education Society of Ireland) Conference in Galway yesterday. The theme was ‘Spark the Imagination’ and they really did! We’ve come back with lots of very cool ways to enhance ICT in St Peter’s! The headlines from this week are: Check out 2nd class and their fantastic version of Riverdance here. It’s the annual Book Fair starting.
Hold onto your hats – we’ve a flood of posts for you this week! It may have been a slow traffic week on the roads, but it certainly hasn’t been on the blog. We think it might be the busiest week yet. We can credit it to two big events – Engineer’s Week 2014 and the blog birthday! Let’s get started with our Saturday supplement on Engineer’s Week: The week.
Welcome to another edition of the St Peter’s Post. This week was full of Write-A-Book projects and parent-teacher meetings. We had fantastic attendance at our meetings this week and it was a fantastic opportunity to discuss the students’ progress. Write-A-Book was a great success and we were delighted to submit over 70 books for reading in other schools. Congratulations to all the boys and girls who took part! This week’s.
Welcome to another edition of the St Peter’s Post. January seemed like a long month – full of activities and lots of work! Just a reminder that parent-teacher meetings take place next week – contact your child’s teacher if you haven’t received a time yet (it could be in the bottom of the schoolbag too!) The main headlines this week are: We’ve all been busy working on our Write-A-Book projects..
A week full of Roots of Empathy, Write a Book and podcasts for you this week! Let’s get started: Sixth class recorded an excerpt of the ‘I have a dream’ speech for Martin Luther King day. You can listen to it here. 4th class posted some astounding facts on Twitter this week about dangerous creatures. The Mermaid Theatre were very impressed: @StPetersBray we are a bit scared of all.
Welcome to the 10th edition of the ‘St Peter’s Post’ and it’s absolutely packed! This week saw ‘Write A Book’ in full swing, the Virtual Science Fair continued and there were a number of fantastic podcasts. It was also a very busy week for comments on the blog – students and teachers loved reading every single one! Our Virtual Science Fair continued this week with the following projects from 6th.
Has it only been 5 days since Monday?? After all the excitement of the Christmas play and the wonderful chaos of December, it’s been lovely to get back to a bit of routine this week. We’re delighted to have all our students back and that they were well-rested and happy to come back to school!
Busy, busy times in St Peter’s! Mr Curran has been in this week sticking up our Christmas lights. The backdrop for the play has been drawn out and the painting has started. The many tubs of costumes have been taken out and lists of props have been drawn up. Actions to the songs have been learned and the lines run like clockwork. The class teachers have taken on a slightly.