Sixth Class are learning about the Aborigines in History this month. They created brilliant projects on the Aborigines and presented them to their class today. Everybody did a great job, and we really enjoyed listening to them. Well done!
To celebrate Roald Dahl Day on September 13th we chatted about our favourite books written by Roald Dahl. Lots of us happened to reading books by Roald Dahl as our library book that very day! Next we discussed the important role of an illustrator. We found out that Sir Quentin Saxby Blake was the illustrator of 18 of Roald Dahl's books. We looked at images of The BFG, Matilda, Willie Wonka, The Witches, George from George's Marvellous Medicine, the crocodile from The Enormous
We were very lucky to get a spot on a zoom call and interview with the very famous and popular author David Walliams. Our favourite books from David Walliams' extensive collection are Gangster Granny, The Boy in the Dress and The World's Worst Children. We found out lots of interesting facts about David during the interview - we even got to meet his dog! We took notes during the zoom call and used these notes to write a recount of the interview in our Personal writing copies.
Third and Fourth Class made a fantastic effort for Mayo Day. We created some lovely Mayo crests and replicas of Sam Maguire in Art. We sang some famous Mayo songs and learned about the history of the mayo crest.