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On Wednesday 13th June, 6th class students held a Bake Sale and Coffee Morning to raise funds for charity. The school hall was transformed into a vibrant coffee shop where parents and friends gathered to enjoy delicious cakes and pastries. Students from all classes bought treats to have with their lunch. Thank you to all who supported our venture, especially those who donated baked goods. A total of €640 was raised and this will be shared between Trócaire and Temple Street Children’s Hospital.
All classes have been participating in gymnastic classes with Mike and Kenny over the past few weeks. We have been developing flexibility, balance, agility and coordination. We have been practising forward rolls, donkey kicks, handstands, cartwheels and group balance.
By Adam, Eoin, Frank and Mia in 6th class.
We are delighted to announce that our school has achieved a Science Foundation Ireland Discover Science and Maths Award! Over the past number of weeks every class in the school has been busy working on various projects and on the 21st March we held a Science Fair in the hall for all classes. There were some fantastic experiments and projects on show and it was a really enjoyable afternooon. Well done to all students for their hard work, enthusiasm and great ideas. Huge thanks to Mrs Roche for co-ordinating our application. We should receive our plaque in the next few weeks.
14 girls were selected from schools around Carlow to play in the Allianz Cumann na mBunscoil Laighean Ladies Football Blitz in St. Patrick’s College Drumcondra. Brónagh Nolan (6th Class) was selected from our school. The girls played brilliantly putting in some excellent performances throughout the and busy morning. They beat West-Meath 3.02-0.02, Dublin 3.05-2.02 and Louth 3.08-0.02 to top their group and qualify for the Division 1 Final. They lost to a very strong Meath team but acquitted themsevles very well and gained valuable playing experiences along the way. Huge congratulations and well done to all involved.
We are very proud of Brónagh!
Congratulations to Nicola Rea on winning €152.45 in week 3 of our Split the Pot Draw! Thanks for the continued support everyone. Envelopes will be sent home again on Monday and our next draw will take place on Thursday 24th May as we are closed on Friday 25th.
Only 3 weeks to go to out 5KM Fun Run/Walk!!
Registration is open on www.popupraces.ie/events/leighlinbridge-5km-fun-run-walk
Please spread the word and register online!
The word pneumatics comes from the Greek word pneuma which means wind. Pneumatics uses trapped air to move things. Our challenge was to make a moving monster using pneumatics. We used syringes and plastic tubes to make the monster’s mouth go up and down. We made all different kinds of monsters, some were red, some were yellow, some were weird and some were cool. Here is a picture of us with our monsters. By Adam Bandyk and Frank Doran.