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First class entertainment

On Wednesday the 15 of March the first class did drama of the Grammy Awards in Irish. The presenters were Ms Murray and Mr Duffy .First up was Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga and her backup singers and finally Taylor Swift. When the award was being presented Kanye West tried taking the award from Taylor swift. All of the classes enjoyed the drama by the boys. Then the two first classes did the haka in Irish.

By Stephen Power and Conor Hurley  


Interview with a first class boy.
This is an interview with Mrs. Fitzpatrick’s  first class boy.
Hi my name is Conor Cunningham.   
I am 7 years old.
I play GAA with Glen Rovers and I like to play it because it’s healthy for me and I like to play.
I have two sisters named Sophie and Katie.
My favourite subject is history and it’s interesting. My favourite part is learning about the wars.
I like school because it gives me harder stuff to do.
My teacher is nice and caring.
I like Lunch Time Pals and my favourite thing in LunchTimes Pal is story telling.
When I’m older I would like to be an engineer.
Interviewed by Alex Mc Carthy (Reporters Group)

The Glen Resource Centre
Hi my name is Jayden and today I’m going to tell you about the first class going to the Glen Resource Centre.
Today the first class went to the Glen Resource Centre at 10:50am.  We did football training, so the first thing we did in training was passing the ball to each other, then we did running. We ran about two laps around the pitch. Then we played a nice game of soccer. The teams were 10 vs. 10 on the pitch. The score was 3-2. My team won.
      

By Jayden Gahan, Ms.Cooneys 1st class


Maths Factor
Hi I am Jayden Gahan and I am in Ms. Cooney’s first class and I am going to talk to you about 1st class maths factor.  Maths factor is something the 1st class do every day to help us with our maths.
We do it every day at around half nine to half ten.  My favourite part is the counting games that we play. Ms. Cooney helps us with maths challenge and our numbers counting, Ms. McGeogh helps us with adding and taking away. I like it because of all the maths we do and I like adding numbers.

By Jayden Gahan (Ms Cooney’s 1st class)
 


St. Patrick’s Boys’ First Class Interviews

The first class boys transferred from the fantastic St. Patrick’s Infants school (over the wall) this September.  The boys are settling into the school and getting used to all the new teachers and making new friends.  
Mr. Foley’s fifth class were looking at interviews at the time and we needed a suitable group to interview and we thought the first class were the right people to interview.
We interviewed Ms. Fitzgerald’s class first and it went really well. The first class were very polite and they answered all the questions. We also interviewed the other first class, Ms. Ní Chatháin’s class.  They were all very excited, gave us interesting answers to our questions and listened very carefully.
Some examples of these interviews are below.Welcome to the school first class boys and we hope that you enjoy the next six years of fun!

By Iftikhaar Haque (5th Class Interviewer)


INTERVIEW QUESTIONS FOR 1ST CLASS
1. What is your name?
Adrian.
2. How did you feel when you came into the school?
Happy.                                                                                                                       
3. On a scale of one to ten how hard is your homework?
4. Who do you support?
I follow no team.
By Shane Manning and Alex McCarthy

1. What were your thoughts of the school at first? Very excited.
2. Are you looking forward to different P.E. activities? Yes.
3. How many new friends did you make in the school? I made five new friends.

1. What do you think about the school?
Good
2. Did you make new friends in the yard?
 By Eoghan and Kian
1. What is your name? Charlie Barracks and Dillon
2. What is your favourite sport? Charlie hurling and Dillon soccer.
3. What were your feelings when you walked through the door? Charlie surprised Dillon surprised.
4. Did you go to any other country besides Ireland? Charlie no Dillon no.

BY MICHAEL L

. What is your favourite subject? Maths
2. Did you make new friends in the yard? No
3. Are you happy in this school? Yes
4. Do you like the uniform? Yes
5. What is your favourite game to play? Football
By Michael

1. What were your feelings when you came through the school door?
Eoin; I felt happy.

2.  Do you have any new friends?
Eoin; Some from my old school but my new one was Kyle.

3.  What’s the big difference between the Infants  
School and this school?
Eoin: We were small in the Infants school.

4.  What do you think of the school in the last few days?
Eoin: I like it. The school is strict though.
By Iftikhaar Haque and Michael Kozlawski

1. What is your name?
Adam

2. What were your first thoughts when you came to this school?
Exited.

3. What is your coolest thing that you ever done?
He done wheelie and feel of the bike.

4. What`s is your favourite team?
Barcelona.

5. What is your favourite sport?
Soccer.
By Luke and Aleksandras

1. What is your name? Charlie Barracks and Dillon
2. What is your favourite sport? Charlie hurling and Dillon soccer.
3. What were your feelings when you walked through the door? Charlie surprised Dillon surprised.
4. Did you go to any other country besides Ireland? Charlie no Dillon no.



1. What’s your name? Callum.
2. How did you feel on your first day? Good.
3. What is the difference between infants and primary school? There is no girls.
4. What is your favourite subject so far? Irish.
By Callum and Frank



1. How did you feel when you came in to the school?
2. Are you enjoying your first two weeks?
3. On a scale of 1 to 10 how hard is the homework?
4. What is your favourite subject?
5. What is your favourite sport?
By Luke Daly and John Morey

1. How did you feel on your first day in the school?
It’s very good in the school I like it
2. Have you made any new friends in this school?
Yes
3. Did or do you have a brother in the school?
No
Thomas and Ben

4. What were your thoughts of the school at first? Very excited.
5. Are you looking forward to different P.E. activities? Yes.
6. Are you going to try out for the school team in the future and if so what team? Yes hurling.
By Olan O’Brien and Stephan Callaghan
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First Class Interviews by Mr. Foley’s Fifth



 
 

First Class Interview

1. What is your name? Eddie
2. What is the big difference between the infants and this school? Eddie: I don’t want to go back to the Infants’ school.
3. Did you make new friends in this school?
Eddie:  I have one new friend.
4. What is your teacher’s name? Eddie: Ms. Ní Chatháin
5. What do you think of the school in the first few weeks?
Eddie: It’s good.


 
 
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