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Caitlin and Aislinn’s school news

12 Apr 2017

Welcome back to the school news featuring Aislinn and Caitlin

The optimistic primary ones

                                         Red Table                           

Red table is table of the week.

Nellie-Rose’s brother’s friend Stephen brought a goat into school.

John is going to Disneyland Paris for his holidays.

Bronagh had a sleepover at her granny’s house.

Emma’s daddy took her to pet her lambs.

Josie’s mummy got her new bedtime socks.

Green table

Alfie’s mum let him listen to music on her laptop.

Rona’s dog keeps going to her granny’s house to visit her.

Ellie-Mae got a bucket and spade and is staying in a hotel.

Aoife got new beanie boos.

Purple Table

Finian is staying in a hotel in Derry.

Aoibhin is going to dance in the worlds and she is dancing freestyle.

John-Joe went to his cousin’s house.

Niamh planted flowers.

Blue Table

Rory is going to California and Lego land.

Jacob has a fire extinguisher water bottle.

The terrific primary twos         

Ruari D’s sister Aoife got off her crutches.

Neave B went to a wedding and was a flower girl.

Aidan McI got a cool pen for filling his sticker chart.

Niamh O’Connell is getting her room done up.

The twinkling primary threes

Mrs Bradley is back from her maternity leave.

Shea’s daddy repainted his telescopic.

Ellie was at a wedding in England.

Olivia’s cousin and uncle came back from America on Tuesday 11th April.

Dan is going to Portugal next week.

Clodagh’s aunty had a baby boy and called him Arthur.

The fabulous primary fours

James is going to a wedding on Thursday.

Brona Brolly started boxing last week.

Niamh won a medal in the art competition for the Johnny Burke fleadgh.

Marry-Clare is going to her grannies for an Easter egg hunt.

Mrs Young is leaving L.

The famous primary fives

Emma’s cousin is coming to her house.

Annie’s brother started school.

Table of the week is the green table.

John Joe is going to see Fast and Furious 8.

Ruari is having a sleep over.

The superb primary sixes

P6 are making a rap.

Charlie B broke his trampoline.

Annie learned how to do a round off flip.

Dearbhla and Sinead danced very well in the worlds and they both got medals.

Katie’s great aunt went back to Canada.

Sinead’s daddy bet on One for Arthur in the Grand National.

The secret primary sevens

Glenullin u12’s got beaten by

Ballinascreen by a point L.

Keira is going to England on the 22nd of April.


Theo is going to Dongloe in Donegal.

Aibhlinn is going to Rathlin Island and is going kayaking.

Rhiannon’s daddy went to Aras Uachtarain on Tuesday and met the president of Ireland, Michael D Higgins.


The Global Awards go to…

First in p.2 we have Niall as pupil of the week and Niamh O’Connell as maths champion.

In P.5 as mental maths champion we have Emma O’Kane and as pupil of the week we have Daniel McIlVar.

In P5 we also have the winners of the egg rolling competition and they are Conrad M, Cormac, Conor, Jude and Danny.

World Science Day – STEM winners

Don’t forget about the army man launchers in P5- the winners were Danny, Conor and Ruari.

 In P7 (the best class ever), we have the pom pom drop winners which are the Spectacular Sinead, The Marvellous Mary Kate and the Amazing Aislinn who were selected by World Around Us coordinator Mrs McCloy.


Our lovely Miss Mullan (Shauna our wonderful cleaner) set a clean classroom challenge. The prize was won by P5 – well done.


And finally, the birthday Buds

Firstly in P.1it was Grace’s sister’s birthday.

IN P.2 we have Maggie’s Mum’s Birthday, Cathals birthday and Aoibh’s granny’s birthday.

In P.3 it was Aoibhinn’s cousin’s birthday party on Saturday, 

In P5 it was Molly’s birthday on the 10th of April.

And last but not least it is Sinead’s birthday on the 17th.

That is all we have you for this week but we hope you enjoyed. Happy Easter everyone!

Thank you for reading Aislinn and Caitlin’s news.


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