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New books, ebooks and audiobooks

Date Published: 10/08/2020

We are very excited as the iCentre has just received new books, ebooks and audiobooks to add to our collections. Take a look at the carousels on the Home page of the OPAC  to see what is new.  It’s a

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Make a Carnivale Headpiece for Cultural Festival

Date Published: 10/08/2020

Are you wondering what to wear to the Cultural Festival?  The iCentre can help. Come to the iCentre in Break 1 on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday of Week 6 (August 19, 20, 21) and make yourself an amazing headpiece. The

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Book of the Week

Date Published: 10/08/2020

We highly recommend Girl Woman Other by Bernardine Evaristo to our parent and staff readers.  It was the joint winner of the 2019 Book Prize and is a unique read in that the writing is stripped of all capitalisation and

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Literacy Week Party Photo Gallery

Date Published: 04/08/2020

Our celebrations for Literacy Week 2020 were a huge success and plenty of fun was had by both students and staff.  The highlight of the week is always the much anticipated Literacy Week Party, where everyone came dressed to celebrate

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Making the Most of Your Learning

Date Published: 04/08/2020

Learning is not just what you do in the classroom. Study is not just what you do the night before a test. Both of these are ongoing activities that are enhanced by the correct pre and post activities outlined below.

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Book of the Week

Date Published: 03/08/2020

The January Stars by Kate Constable is a delightful read for students in the middle years.  It deals with the importance of family and how the grandparent/grandchild relationship can survive and even thrive despite the devastation of a stroke and

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Literacy Week 2020 Poetry Competition

Date Published: 27/07/2020

One of the activities that took place during Literacy Week was a poetry competition, and the entries were so good, we would like to showcase them here on our website. The winning poem was from Aoife Ni Chinneide and the two

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Principal’s Reading Challenge

Date Published: 27/07/2020

The Principal’s Reading Challenge is an inter-house reading competition taking place this term between weeks 3 – 6. Home Room students are encouraged to record the amount of time they have spent reading throughout each week. Every Friday, a tally

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Literacy Week Party Photo Gallery

Date Published: 27/07/2020

Our celebrations for Literacy Week 2020 were a huge success and plenty of fun was had by both students and staff.  The highlight of the week is always the much anticipated Literacy Week Party, where everyone came dressed to celebrate

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Book of the Week

Date Published: 27/07/2020

How to Grow a Family Tree by Eliza Henry-Jones is a heart-warming coming of age story about what family and home really mean. Drawing on her background in psychology, the author authentically deals with issues of addiction, trauma and assault

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