My Galway Match

Yesterday I had a football match for Galway United against Longford. We won 2-0 it was nine aside. One team for us played the first half and the other in the second half . I played the second half  at center half and  right back. It was a really good and easy match. We missed a lot of chances.



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Saint Patrick’s Day Recount

On Saint Patrick’s Day our school went marching from 11:30 am to 12:00 pm it was kind of fun but it was really cold as well lots of people were there. Some people couldn’t make it , or just didn’t want to go. While we marched we saw the president of Ireland Michel D Higgins .

Before 11;30 We got ready for the parade we got in our lines . After the parade we went to Argos to get a new toaster. 

It was a great and wonderful day 

The End

By Samuel .SH


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Lá ‘le Pádraig 2018

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Tornadoes By Daniel

A tornadoes is a type of wind storm. Tornadoes can lift people car animals and even train’s. Waterspouts are water tornadoes. Sometimes tornadoes spawn over rivers, sea’s, oceans and lakes. If a waterspout fades away it drop all of the water from the inside like a bomb. It is very rare for two tornadoes to spawn in one place. So if they do they are known as sisters. Tornadoes can reach speeds up 110-300 miles per hour and the wind that goes round and round is about 500km an hour. Tornadoes last for about a few minutes or a few hours. There are such things as a fire tornado. A fire tornado is the worst type of tornado that can happen. When cold air and warm air meet and that is what causes a tornado. By Daniel


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Liam Mellows Easter Camps

The Liam Mellows Hurling and Camogie Camp Easter Camp will take place over 4 days (Tuesday, 2nd to Friday 5th April) in Ballyloughane, Renmore. The camp, for boys and girls – between the ages of 5 and 12, will run 10am to 1:30pm. Registration is €40 for the first child; €30 for the second child from the same family and €20 for third and fourth child.

It is an ideal opportunity for children to continue their hurling and camogie from their primary schools. The camp is organised in an age appropriate manner with a view to optimising the learning of hurling and camogie in a fun environment. Members and non-members are welcome. Gear will be available for those who are new to hurling or camogie .

Booking can be made on or on and enquiries can be made via email to

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La ‘le Padraig

Tá Lá Fhéile Padráig ag teacht. Tá banna ceoil na scoile ag ullmhú. Tá sceitimíní orm.

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Letter from the Mayor of Galway

 Today we received a letter from the Mayor of Galway, Pearce Flannery, thanking us for our  animation,” A Day in the Life of a Sad Coffee Cup”. This animation is available on the school network.

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St Patrick’s Day

St Patrick’s day is on Saturday and it’s my nanny’s  birthday i am 

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Me and Kacey have fun

We have fun. We play together. My name is Eliana. I play with Kacey.

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Erasmus Trip to Banbridge Co. Down

We are delighted to be meeting friends from SPAIN, ESTONIA, CROATIA, ITALY, SWEEDEN, ENGLAND, BULGARIA in St Mary’s primary school in Banbridge Co. Down. 

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