Procedural Writing in Room 7

Room 7 Procedural Writing We had a look at what is involved in Procedural Writing and decided to make Rice Krispie buns as part of our lesson and write the procedure after the process. This recipe is written by Cian O. in Room 7. How to Make Rice Krispie Buns? You will need: Chocolate Rice…

Room 2 visit the Castle.

On Thursday we went to Drimnagh Castle. We had an unforgettable time. We walked from the primary to the secondary. We saw all of the features in the Castle. We got a tour guide and their names were Ciaran and Denise. They were very nice and they told us a lot of interesting facts. One…

The First Erasmus+ trip to Wales.

This year our school took part in an Erasmus programme with schools from Italy, Sweden and Wales. This programme started in September this year and will last at least 3 years. Erasmus is when schools from different countries link up together and send teachers abroad to the other schools. While the teachers are over there…

Wales Erasmus+ Trip

Last week, four teachers from Drimnagh Castle, Mr Toher, Mr Conaghan, Ms Sweeney and Ms. Byrne, travelled to Wales as part of the first trip of our Erasmus programme. Alongside teachers from Italy and Sweden, we were greeted and welcomed by two very friendly Welsh schools. Throughout the week we received a lot of different…

St Vincent De Paul Food Appeal

St. Vincent De Paul St. Vincent De Paul is a charity that helps people in need. Every year at Christmas time they hold a food appeal to collect up food for people who don’t have as much food as others. This Christmas over 140,000 people in communities across the country will ask SVP for help…

School League Champions

On Wednesday the 29th November we took part in the School League Final with our team Liatroim. I, Aaron captained my team for the match. It was an amazing achievement to lead my team to glory. Our opponents Baile Átha Cliath were the favourites to win the match but we caused them an upset on…

Together Stronger

In Drimnagh Castle, we had an art competition for all the boys in the school. The theme was co-operation and knowing that people are better when  working together. The slogan was “Together  Stronger “. Our school has linked with schools in Sweden, Italy and Wales. We want to teach them about Ireland. We will teach…

Drimnagh Castle Gaelic Football Leagues

The school leagues have gone fantastically this year, with most of the school’s students participating. They are a great way to get fit and improve your Gaelic skills. It consists of 8 teams made up of random students. All the teams have teacher mangers and two 6th class managers. The competition starts with group stages, then…