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Halloween Costume Photographs

Here are some of the Halloween costumes seen in the Brunner this year.  Well done to all on their efforts and creativity.DSC_0025DSC_0115DSC_0116 DSC_0117 DSC_0114DSC_0112 DSC_0113DSC_0109 DSC_0108 DSC_0105 DSC_0104 DSC_0103 DSC_0060 DSC_0054 DSC_0039 DSC_0081 DSC_0046 DSC_0086 DSC_0101DSC_0061

Most Improved for Halloween 2017.

Well done to all the ‘Pupil of the Month’ winners and the winners of most improved for Halloween 2017. 
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Film in Schools


Well done to Ms. Connolly’s 2nd class boys in Room 1. for their movie for the Film in Schools project. It’s called Teacher’s Pet and was written by the boys themselves based on a story from their English book.

If you want to check it out click on the Vimeo link below.

This movie has been shortlisted for an award at the Film in Schools showcase which will be held at the Helix in early November.  This is a national competition with a huge number of entries and only the top 15 films receive an award. More information will be sent home with the children shortly.

 

Trip to Ticknock

Last Thursday Mr Howard’s  5th   class went to Ticknock in the Dublin mountains.

After small break I went in Mr Howard’s car and other people went in Ms Fleming’ car and the rest went in Deco’s bus.

When we left school the traffic was bad and we drove for 1 hour until we got to Ticknock.

When we arrived at the start of the walk our class drank some water and started to walk. It was a lovely day and we wore shorts and t shirts.

It took 20 minutes to get to the top of Ticknock.  We ate lunch and went climbing some massive rocks and the view was great you could see Dun Laoghaire and Howth and all of Dublin. It was so cool. After 20 minutes we walked down to we got to the cars and the bus.

When we got back to school, we were tired but we still went out for a game of football. We got no homework and it was a great day.
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photo ticknockWritten by Alex Badarau.

 

 

 

St Brendan’s Coach speaks to 5th class boys

In episode 6 of the Brunner Interviews, Dave and Joseph speak to Jason. Jason is the in-school coach with the local GAA club St Brendans. Jason tells us all about his own love for the GAA especially hurling and his experience growing up playing hurling with his home club Crumlin. The boys had a great conversation with Jason about coaching and playing sport. St Brendan’s run a kids club every Saturday morning in Grangegorman and are always looking for new members. For more information check out this page on their website!

http://www.stbrendansgaa.org/?page_id=625

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