The story of St. Patrick as told by the children of Rutland Street National School in the 1960’s. It never fails to give us a laugh!
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Hope all the Rutland N.S. pupils are having a lovely St Patrick’s Day.
Here are some sites that the children may be familiar with from school and will help keep them learning at home.
For drawing and art activities
4th class (with some visitors from 1st) had a great Pancake Tuesday 😍 We learned the other name for Pancake/Shrove Tuesday and we also discovered the reasons why pancakes are eaten on the day before Lent begins. We discussed what promises we might make for Lent and of course had some tasty pancakes!!
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, 1st class have been talking and thinking all about love. Ms. O’Herlihy decided to let them share their thoughts on camera!
The boys and girls in 4th class have been working extremely hard writing narrative stories. As a special treat, we read our stories to Ms. McKelvey’s Senior Infants. The boys and girls really enjoyed sharing their hard work. Some of the boys and girls in Senior Infants even showed some of their reading to their new friends in 4th class!
Well Done everyone!