Ms Clifford

Ms Clifford

Realistic Art

In fourth class we are learning how to draw realistic things. The first time, we learned how to draw a realistic face. Some were beautiful with shading and very neat details. Next, we learned how to draw a marble with the shadow underneath it and leaving a white bit where the light hits. Then we learned how to draw a road that looks like a tiny dot when it was far away. That technique created perspective.

 

By Silvia

Halloween 2017

Halloween was great fun. We had lots of sweets on Friday before we were on our mid term break.In school we played lots of games. We had drawing and colouring competitions. It was great fun . All of the costumes were great.

By Jake

On the last day before our Halloween break most of the people in our class dressed up in their Halloween costumes. Everybody was allowed to bring in a board game to school to play with others. Everybody also brought in €2 to raise money for the school

By JACK:]

Before the Halloween break the Gardaí and the fire men came to talk to us about the safety of Halloween.Then they showed us how they put out fires.We took a picture of us and the police car and we were able to walk through the fire engine. It was awesome.

By Colin

 

Ukulele Lessons

                                 

 

2D Shapes, Lines and Angles

Get Active!

For the active flag our active committee have announced that we have to do a sixty second active activity .

So after every subject Orlaith and Charlie the active students in our class choose a Go noodle or pick an activity from a folder. It is hard work but it is fun and it is also worth it!

By Grace

ROY LICHTENSTEIN

A couple of weeks ago we did pop art in 4th class with Miss Clifford, based on Roy Lichtenstein’s pop art. It was an awesome day. All the art was amazing, colourful and very creative. There is so much pop art hanging on our school walls. Thank you Roy Lichtenstein for inspiring us!

  by Hazel

 

 

Consider Yourself

In school we are just after learning a song called Consider Yourself. This song is from the musical called Oliver. We had to do auditions for different parts. The first part was Oliver and Dodger talking at the very start. Two boys had to get those parts, but it didn’t matter with the other parts. The next part was a Solo, a girl got that part. The final part was a duet which two other girls got. The rest of us were the choir. I did not get any part but I still had great fun, and so did the rest of the class. We also recorded it. It took a few tries but we did it. I enjoyed it very much.

                                         BY  ISOBEL