In 4th and 6th class we have been learning about procedural oral instructions during our English oral language lessons.
We created our own show called the Make and Do show where we show you lots of different procedures.
Big thanks to Mr. Mooney for all his help!
We hope you enjoy!
Make and do show 1.mp4
Rm. 5 bade a very fond farewell to their classmate Jessica.
She will be missed by all in St. Louis! 🙂
Room 11 have been learning about food from long ago and how they produced it all. We learned how to make butter! We discovered what buttermilk was and how it could be used. It was yum!
The boys and girls in Room 2 had lots of fun learning about science with some cool experiments.
Huge thanks to Paul and Kevins G.A.A who brought in the Sam Maguire Cup for a flying visit to St. Louis on Wednesday 21st November. The second class hurling team as well as the school football team got a chance to hear about the history of the cup, see it and even got to hold it. The cup weighs a massive 12.7kg and is made of silver. Here’s hoping that one of the children who held it today will get a chance to bring this cup or one like it back to us in the future as a winning player!!
All of the pupils in Room 14 were very busy during science week running their science fair for the rest of the pupils in the school.
Today they celebrate Thanksgiving in America so in Room 15 we decided to think about all the things in our lives that we are thankful for.
We talked about it as a group and then made these lovely posters that we will hang up at home to help us remember just how lucky and grateful we all are.
Room 5 are busy getting Tree of Coins organized for the Parents Association!
On November 20th all of the pupils in St. Louis celebrated World Children’s Day.
We wore in blue clothes and donated money to help UNICEF children’s charity.
When we did the shoe box appeal we collected 23 shoe boxes in room 17. Somethings we put in the shoe boxes were clothes, toys, brushes and skipping ropes etc. We hope the children we gave the presents to are happy.
By Alex Plesca & Darragh O’Brien