Book review: Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Diary of a wimpy kid is written by the author Jeff Kinney. It’s about a boy named Greg Heffley. One day he went to school with his friend and they decide to write a comic. They made a catchphrase; it was “Zoo wee mama”. Greg said that it was a bad catchphrase. Greg wanted to…

Room 9 Science Experiments

During science week in room 9, we did lots of fun experiments. Here are our two favourites! Colour changing milk. We needed: milk, food colouring, cotton buds and washing up liquid.  Method: step 1 put the milk in a bowl. Step 2 put a few different food colourings in the milk. Step 3 put a…

Our Class Surveys

In maths this week we did bar charts. We each worked with a partner and each pair picked a question to ask the rest of the class for their survey. Some examples of the survey questions were “What is your favourite colour”, “What is your favourite football kit?” and “What is your favourite country?”. Each…

Food in Italy

In geography we have been studying Italy. Italy is very famous for its delicious food! My class and I were very excited to learn all about the food in Italy. Pizza is one of the national foods of Italy. The type of pizza we eat today originates from the city of Naples in Italy. Spaghetti…

My Day in Croke Park

On Saturday February 10th, I got to play in Croke Park at half time in the Dublin V Donegal match. It was a great experience for me because my dream was to play in Croke Park. Before we played we went into the dressing rooms to get changed. Then we found out that the opponents were…

Projects on Italy

On the 14 of January, Room 10 did projects about Italy. What we needed was: scrapbooks, white paper, colours, pencils and glue.  We started off with our Table of Contents which had our page numbers and titles but we didn’t write on it until the end. We had 3 weeks to finish our projects and…

Haka Gaelach

In room 10 we learned a dance called the Haka Gaelach.  First the whole class watched a video about a rugby team called the all blacks that do a dance called the Haka before they play their matches. Then our teacher said we were going to try to learn it in Irish. On the first…