Tá an taifeadadh don SnG seó ar YouTube anois. Maith sibh gach duine. Seó iontach a raibh ann! Rang Beech - 13:16
If anyone would like to take part in the Science Fair, you will need to return a signed parental permission form. You can print from the pdf below or ask me and I can send one home! I've also attached a file that will give you some additional information on the Science Fair!
Seeing as we're all such great scientists in PETNS we are going to be running our annual science fair again this year! The date of science fair is Friday the 5th of April and all finished projects are to be brought in on Thursday the 4th at the latest! It's a great chance to show off your budding science skills and to showcase your knowledge! Parents are invited and encouraged to help children in their work!
Apologies I didn't get to take many pictures during our last cook! Was a busy hour in the Beech class! Was a big success however with everyone making some really delicious pancakes!
Along with swimming, we are also getting GAA lessons each Thursday with Larry! Very active time for the Beech class!
We will be holding auditions for the leading roles in our production of Annie this coming Friday. If your child wants to audition, please make sure they have the relevant song prepared for the role they would like to perform.
Please see the list of songs below. All song lyrics can be found online and songs can be found on Spotify/YouTube.
Miss Hannigan: "Little Girls"
Oliver Warbucks: "I Don't Need Anything But You"
Lily/Rooster: "Easy Street"
Molly/Kate/Tessie/Pepper/July/Duffy: "You're Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile"
Best of luck to everyone auditioning!
A chairde! Parents, Guardians and friends!
This week we will be celebrating Irish language and culture as part of Seachtain na Gaeilge. We will be busy learning Irish songs and dances, playing games through Irish, reading and writing stories, listening to Irish music and promoting the Irish language throughout the school.
We would like to invite you to join in the fun this Friday 15th March.
Please come and celebrate with us! Bígí ann!
We would be delighted if anyone would like to contribute baked goods for our Irish Breakfast morning. Some ideas of Irish foods include:
Soda bread or brown bread
Barmbrack or fruit bread
Spreads: blackberry jam, apple jelly or Irish butter.
We are delighted to be celebrating the 22nd World Book Day (7th March) in Powerstown E.T.N.S. with a series of in-school events 4th – 8th March 2019. The main aim is to encourage children to explore the pleasure of books and reading. We kicked things off with some shared reading in our assembly families this morning.
Along with various in class activities, we are holding the following events in school during the week that we would love your support in:
Our cooking lessons continue tomorrow. This week's star ingredient is aubergine (eggplant). The children will be slicing and cooking them in a small bit olive oil with some salt and pepper for seasoning. I have recommended that they bring in something they can use to eat with while the pieces are hot (fork, chopsticks etc).
Like before, all children will be slicing, cooking and eating their own pieces.
Any questions just ask!
Today was quesadillas!
Went much smoother as now we all know the different stations and we had already been able to practice flipping last week! They went down a treat with the class really enjoying them!
We had John from SuperValu come visit us too! He wanted to see all the lovely things that the children are making with the ingredients he is donating. He also came with a present of really sweet and sour mandarins from his story. We all got to have one and there's some more left we can share tomorrow!