Yellow Bibs

The Yellow Bibs are the sixth class boys that look after boys in the yard. They tell people to follow the rules to keep other boys safe in the yard. The Yellow bibs have different jobs which include throwing the ball over the fence, blocking the gate, stopping people going into areas they are not…

A New Beginning

September is the beginning of a new school year, and along with a new school year comes new second class boys. We went to Ms. O’Brien’s room to interview some 2nd class boys (Ryan A., Daniel M. and Zak B.)When we asked them what their favourite thing about Drimnagh Castle was, their answers were that…

Football Fever

This year’s football season is back. Our football team has been training since last Easter. The players are so excited. The team is going to give it their all this season. They will face some very good teams. If our team plays well and win most of their games they will go to Croke Park.…

New School Year

This week is the first full week for the new second class students in Drimnagh Castle Primary school. They boys are settling in well with their new teachers Ms. Murphy, Ms. O’Brein and Ms. Keane. The second class boys have PE on a Monday and so they will be wearing their PE tracksuits on Monday…

Fun Coding

In Mid-June a group of people from Aviva came in to show us how to code using scratch. Scratch is an easy way to learn how to code. It was released back in 2013. On scratch you can make anything you want to and it’s surprising that popular video games such as Minecraft, Fortnite and…

DELPHI

This year the boys in 6th class traveled to Delphi by train and stayed in a hostel. The boys did loads of activities including surfing, kayaking, high ropes and rock climbing. The boys got three meals a day and then a cookie or a donut at night after activities. All the boys who went had…

Room 4 School Tour

Yesterday we went on our school tour on the 6th June 2018. We went to UCD (University College Dublin). We had lots of fun. The person that brought us around was called Lisa. The first place we went into was the football pitch. We didn’t play football though. We played with a sliotar and something was…

Peer Reading

In late May Some of the sixth classes split in two and went to read with the younger classes. Half of their class stayed in their room, while the other came to ours. They brought a book and we helped them read it. We helped by giving assistance if they can’t read a word, taking…