Yesterday we spent some time making St. Brigid's crosses. St. Brigid lived in Ireland many years ago. She taught people about God. She helped the sick and fed the hungry. By Rowan and Danielle.
Over the last few weeks, we have been busy creating models of Monastic Settlements. We have had great fun working together in different groups. We hope you enjoy the results!
It started off with one and then there were two!
We got a lovely surprise yesterday morning, when we discovered that Elfie's friend Holly had joined him all the way from the North Pole. They seem very happy together. We love them so much.
By Alana, Luke and Matthew
Rocking around the Christmas Tree.......
Have a happy holiday everyone!! x
Long ago, people in Ireland would decorate their houses with holly at Christmas. Ms Leonard brought us in some holly from her Granny Bridget's fields. There are lots of berries on these holly trees. It is rare to find berries on the holly bush at this time of year, because the birds usually have them eaten by now! Holly brings good luck.
By Thomas in 4th class
On the 1st of December, Elfie Bell appeared in our classroom. We left lots of notes for Elfie, which he has answered over the last few weeks. It has been lots of fun trying to find him every morning. We will miss him when he goes back to the North Pole.
We had lots of fun making Rudolph decorations for our Christmas tree. We are getting super excited about Christmas!