Welcome to fourth class!
You are welcome to our
fourth class web page.
Please click on any of the
buttons to read more about our class.
Below you can read what some
of the boys have written about our school and our class and even some improvements they'd
like to see.
||Our school is 40 years old. The location of our school
is Chapel Street. The size of our school is about 30ft high. I like Computers, P.E, Tv,
and parties. I like to go out to break and art. My improvements on are
school is I think the toilets are too small. We need a wide screen TV and elevators. The
school needs to be bigger.
||Our school is situated
in Castlebar town. IT is a very big school and it is forty-one years old. I like p.e,
computers, art and the video that is all I like.
I would like computers and leather chairs at every desk.
||In our school we play all different kinds of sports. At break we play
soccer. The bigger boys play tag rugby after school.
On sports day we play penalty
shoot out, one hundred-meter sprint and two hundred-meter sprint. And then we would have a
game of tug of war and obstacle races. Some classes play welly throwing. Some classes have
an egg and spoon race. Sometimes we play basketball. We have a Gaelic league for fourth
and fifth class.
||We got Internet access on our
classroom computer. The computer is networked so we can work in the class or in the
computer room and save our files on the G drive all the time.
||We moved into the
big yard this year. At Halloween Mr. Mc Hale got new railings in our side of the yard.
||The improvements in our school I would like
are a "wrestling ring, normal clothes, a shop for sweets and a swimming pool.
||Our classroom number is number
one. The school is two storeys high and is on Chapel Street. Our school is 40 years old
and is about 30 ft high.
As part of our SIP (Schools Integration Project) work, we visited Turlough
Park House in January. Turlough Park is going to be opened shortly as the national folk
life museum. We went there to learn stuff and get some information about the house and
museum. It was very interesting. Click on the picture above to visit our page on the
school's SIP website. There you can read Michael's account and see photos of our visit.