1st Year students First Year English Aisling/Ms Daly: Read the short story “The White Wolfhound” on pages 168-170 in your textbook. Underline any words you don’t know and write them and their definitions in the back of your notes copies. Then summarise the whole story in 10-12 lines. If you have any trouble with this or any questions, use the google classroom app-code hpzicda
1st year Maths B. – Ms Barrett - Read Textbook Page 123 & 124 and write out the Blue boxes into notes copy. email@example.com
1A Aisling – S. Butler – Science – study the stages of digestive system and organs and do questions 1 &2 that have been uploaded to google classroom- (code:t7o5n2l if you did not get it Thursday)
1A Aisling – Business Studies – Mr. Houston – Network Textbook (main textbook) - Answer Questions 1- 5 p.66 & 67 into Business Copy.
1st year Aisling- J Levis- solutions to work on Friday, please see Edmodo. Please answer chapter 5 revision questions in workbook for decimals and percentages
Aideen: Tuesday 17th March – History Homework - Mr Nott: Making History Textbook – Read ps. 17 – 20. Topic: Life in Ancient Rome (Revision), The Story of Rome (p.17), How do Archaeologists excavate sites? (p.18), What do we know about Roman Life from the Excavations of Pompeii & Herculaneum? (p.19 & 20)
1A Aisling - Business Studies – E. Lysaght – Complete the key words for Chapter 8 in your key words copy. Learn these key words. Email address- firstname.lastname@example.org
1A Aideen – N. Henry – English – p.104 – Complete the paragraph exercise in the WRITE section – the purple box on bottom left hand corner of your page. Write the two paragraphs into your English copy.
Aideen: Tuesday 17th March – Geography Homework – Mr Nott: Cyclone Geography Textbook – Read ps. 105 – 107 Topic: Weathering (Revision): The Landscape (p.105), Denudation (p.106), Mechanical Weathering (ps. 106-107), Exercise: Answer Questions at bottom of p.107
1A Aisling - History - S. Reed – The Renaissance: Read pages76 -78 in your textbook. Then answer questions 1 and 2 in the orange box on the top of half of page 78.
1st Year SPHE 1SocB – F Dodd Write a title called Our YSI Project. In a short paragraph (1) describe your project. (2) List three things you have learnt from this project (3) What qualities do first and second years need to make this project work? (4) what do you know about sustainable developmental goal number six? Take a photo of your work and email it to me. email@example.com
2nd Year students 2nd year Business Studies – E. Lysaght - Continue doing the research for your CBA. It is essential to record (keep) all your findings. Email address - firstname.lastname@example.org
2A Ciara- N. Henry – English – CBA Oral Presentation – working on your presentation - add more interesting information and add imagery/pictures.
2nd - science Ms Cody and Ms McGrath work on CBA
2nd Year Option – C Barry – Music – Go to "2nd Year Music Shelf" on Padlet and use PowerPoint for 18th March. Complete Kahoot Challenge (link at end of PPT) for Homework
2 Home Economics - C Boyle - Revise Vegetarian diets p42-43 of your textbook and your notes and answer Q2 p50 in your text book.
2nd Year Cliodhna - English - Ms. C. Mc Carthy - Read poem Timothy Winters on page 275 Fire and Ice 2. Revise and answer questions 1-3 page 277.
2nd Year Clíodhna: Tuesday 17th March – Geography Homework – Mr Nott: Cyclone Textbook – Read ps. 240 – 242 Topic: Population (Revision), World Population (p.240 & 241), Measuring Population Change (p.241 & 242), Exercise: Answer Questions at bottom of p.242
2nd year maths- J Levis - solutions to questions given on Friday, please see edmodo. Continue with handout given to you on Thursday last.
Second year - C Connolly - Maths Go to page 67 in Maths textbook - using heading 'Household Bills' write example 1, question and solution, into your notes copy. Towards the very end of the solution, use the alternative on the left hand side of the page. Try question 1 on page 67 and question 4 on page 68 in your graph copy. Continue to work on CBA worksheet that I gave to you in the assembly on Thursday.
3rd Year students 3rd Year Gaeilge - Higher Level - E.Kincaid 15 minutes of exam papers as assigned in class. Chapter one of the novel cúpla as well as questions assigned on padlet. https://padlet.com/ekincaid2/mjllu467d7gm. Stadeolaíocht notes on scéal an dáin also available on padlet., to be taken down into notes and learned.
Third year - C Connolly - Maths Ordinary level Exam papers - complete all of pages 316 and 317. For Question 11, you may need to refer to your notes on co-ordinate geometry (second year). Use the distance formula to answer Q11(d) and the slope formula to answer Q11(e) - both on page 18 formulae and tables book.
3rd Year - Business Studies - Common Level - E.Kincaid. Correction of ch.31 questions from Monday. Answers available on padlet https://padlet.com/ekincaid2/mjllu467d7gm. Full revision of chapter 32. Pages 378-386. Notes into notes copy and questions page 387 to be answered. Revision test will be assigned on Friday so necessary to keep up with learning of notes on Economics.
3B Sile - English – S. Reed – Continuing the class novel Stone Cold by Robert Swindells. Read chapters two and three (pages 7-16) of your novel and then complete sections two and three in your study booklet (‘Daily Routine Orders’ and Link sections). Anyone who does not have their booklet at home can access it at the following link. https://jcsplibraries.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/stone-cold-web.pdf
3A Sinead – History - C Bell - to log into Google Classroom using the following code:e4n7d7r
Gaeilge 3 /Ordinary level M.McCarthy Revise "Stadeolaíocht" Study again "Scéal an dáin" Work on exam papers pg. 28/29.
3rd Year - Sile - English - Ms C Mc Carthy - Stone Cold by Robert Swindells - Read p37-40 Daily Routine Orders 7. Answer the following questions: 1. Describe the "trap" that serial killers fall into according to Shelter. 2. How does Shelter plan to avoid this trap? 3. Describe Shelter's next victim. How does he get her to go home with him? 4. What type of person do you think Shelter is?
3rd year HL- J Levis - solutions to questions given on Friday, please see edmodo. Continue with long division of x^3 equations on page 536-536 Q1-10
4th Year students 4th Year Fidelma – History - E. Lysaght – Work on the Memories Unfolded project. -email@example.com 4th Year french: G. Murphy Work is available on Edmodo Class Code uvusf7 (Students will need to create an account if don't have one already) Email firstname.lastname@example.org if necessary 4th Year Geography (Both groups) – Mr. Houston - Continue working on incomplete projects.
4th Year Fiona - K O’Connor – Gaeilge- Caibidil 5 sa leabhar lch.42-lch.45 : “Spórt”.(A)All students to answer and learn questions 1&2 . Any student who plays a sport continues up to question 5. Work to be completed in oral section of copy.(B)Students to write out and learn the new vocab.in the grey boxes from pages 42&43 .
4A Fiona - English - S. Reed - Class novel Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman. Next section: “The Trial” read chapters 65 – 69, then write a paragraph giving your opinion on the fairness of the trial so far. Make sure to refer to the text to back up your thoughts,
TY Maths - J Levis - continue with honeymoon project as per Friday.
4th Year Maths 4.2 – Ms Barrett – Project – you have 2 weeks to complete this. You need to pick a Mathematician of your choice, research the following heading that must be completed in the report Personal life Education Career Theories they discovered Research they completed Awards they might have won Anything else relevant you find can be under “Other” Summary /Conclusion This should be typed up in with Times New Roman font, Typing Size 12. Word count must be 1000 words. To be handed in on the 29th March. Worth 30% of your summer grade. email@example.com
5th Year students 5th Year OL - J Levis- solutions to work given on Friday, see edmodo. Please continue with revision questions on pages 181/182 Q1- 10
5th Year English - Ms C. Mc Carthy - Go to Dept of Education Examination Archive Website, Find the 2018 English paper 1 Higher or Ordinary depending on your level. Do Question B from Text 1. Letter guidance on P18 Excellence In English Language (HL) Article guidance on P81 Excellence in English Language (OL)
Gaeilge 5 - M.McCarthy Study all notes on "An tEarrach Thiar" Revise Sraith Pictiúr 1.
Fifth Year - C Connolly - Maths Go to page 100 in text book - using Heading 'Trigonometry' write example 1, question and solution, into your notes copy. Make notes also on the special angles 30, 45 and 60 degrees, using page 101 of textbook. Revise 'The Factor Theorem' from your notes copy and try page 89, questions 5 and 6.
5th - biology O McGrath Carry on with Friday’s work. Finish notes on chapter and work on experiment questions 5th Year Ordinary – N. Henry – English – start reading LIVING – the final chapter of ROOM – read the first 10 pages of this chapter
5th yr - French - G.Murphy Work is available on Edmodo Class Code Ks7x4W (Students will need to create an account if don't already have one ) Email firstname.lastname@example.org if necessary
5th Year- Gaeilge -Ordinary Level - E. Kincaid. https://padlet.com/ekincaid2/mjllu467d7gm Students are asked to follow the padlet link and take down the notes for the sráith p -cuairt ar aintín i nua-eabhrac. One picture to be learned per night. Key vocab sheet also provided. If unable to access the notes students are to ask another student in the class for a screenshot.
5th Year- K O’Connor- Gaeilge- (A) Learn the first two parts of the Sraithpictiúr: “Cuairt ar Aintín i Nua Eabhrac”, which was handed out to students on Thursday. (B) Revise the poem “Géibheann” this week.
6th Year students 6th Year – Geography – Mr. Houston - Higher Level – Textbook ‘Earth’ (main textbook) - Read pages 567-560 Homework – Make out notes on Climate and Soil – Answer Q’s 1-4 on p.569 & Q1-5 p.570 These pages introduce the idea of a Biome and examine the first 2 Characteristics of a Tropical Rainforest Biome. Note and sample answers to follow. Ordinary Level - 2015 Short Questions from Exam Papers
6th year Business – E. Lysaght – Do the higher level short questions page 468 and the higher level long questions on page 469. Email address – email@example.com
6th Year Gaeilge - Higher Level - E. Kincaid 15-20 mins of oral revision. 2 sráith p. Achoimre of cáca milis pg. 192. as well as character notes on padlet. Continuation of aiste.
6th Year HL - J Levis - solutions to questions given on Friday, see edmodo. Continue by reading page 101 & 102 of textbook, followed by answering questions 1-10 on pages 102/103. For some videos on these questions please see edmodo.
6th Year - CBell – History - Please refer to your Google Classroom for document questions etc.
6th Year - English - Ms. C. Mc Carthy - Read Robert frost's poem Mending Wall p333-337. Read the poem, the notes and any extra notes you have.
6th Year Higher/Ordinary – N. Henry - English – email sent to group -POETRY study.
6th Biology: Ms Dodd firstname.lastname@example.org Please email me photos of your answers to these questions. Q28; 31 26 30. Depending on your level. For this class please read page 460-461.vegetative propagation. Write out the key words in the yellow boxes. Learn them, Draw 40.2 and 40.6 into notes.
6th - Biology - Ms McGrath finish Germination and dormancy. Write up germination experiment and digestive activity in seeds experiment. Answer relevant questions in exam papers
1ST Year students 1B Aideen – S. Butler – Science – study the stages of digestive system and organs and do questions 1 &2 that have been uploaded to google classroom- (code: vi5i7ud if you did not get it Thursday)
1A Aisling - History - S. Reed – Medieval Times: Revision. Watch the following video found at this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6B5f8imbkY and use chapter 4 in your text book to fill in the key words list on page 44 of your skills book.
1 Aideen – J.Neill/S Lassmann – Art - Complete a pencil drawing of either a manmade object (e.g. hairbrush, mug, shoe) or an organic object (e.g. fruit, flower, vegetable).
1A Aideen – N. Henry – English – read 'Magic Moment' stories page 104. Do the RESEARCH ZONE exercise in the yellow box on p.104 - write the findings of your research into your English copy.
1st year Aideen - Ms Barrett - Maths Chapter 7: Read bottom of page 119 and top of page 120. Then Answer the questions based on the passage on page P121 Q5,6 &7.
1st Year Aishling- J Levis - Workbook pg 12 to 15; Answer the questions in the workbook.
1st Year Business Aisling – E. Lysaght -Finish all key words for chapter 7 and learn these. Test yourself at the back of your key words copy when complete. Please put the date and chapter number at the top of the page.
1st Year Music – Ms Barry Go to 1st year music padlet page. Read through PowerPoint in Online Classes Column and listen to supporting narration. Homework: Watch videos in Online Homework column. Write a post in Student Online Homework Column where you discuss the tempo of both pieces. Use your PowerPoint notes to guide you. More info on ppt.
1ST Year - Geography resource – Mr Prout Look over formation of volcanoes on page 9-11 in text book and answer questions 1-4 on page 11.
1st yr Home economics -Mrs Boyle - Revise p27 - 29 of Textbook and answer Q1 on page 38.
1 German - E.Brightwood - German - refer to Google classroom, code qgwhjh4 - Chapter 3 of Textbook, pages 64-65, 9(a) pages 64-65 wordsearch and vocabulary list, write a dialogue using the adjectives, fill in the table describing your family. Start portfolio project on 'My Family's.
2nd Year students 2nd year Gaeilge - Ordinary Level – M McCarthy Students are to draw the interior of a house and to label each room. The rooms are in notes copies from earlier in the week and are to be learned.
Second Year English - Ms C. Mc Carthy - Go to page 270 Fire and Ice 2. Read Back In The Playground Blues and revise it. Answer Questions 1,2,3,4,5 page 271-272.
Second Year - C Connolly - Maths - Revise recent notes in notes copy on percentages and VAT, then answer Questions 1, 2, 3(i), 5, 9(i) on pages 64 and 65 of textbook in your graph copy.
2nd Year OL - J Levis - pg 87 ANswer Q1-4 in your copy and continue with handout from Ms Connolly Yesterday
2nd Year Business Studies – E. Lysaght . Continue to do the research for your CBA.
2nd year Gaeilge - Ordinary Level Students are to draw the interior of a house and to label each room. The rooms are in notes copies from earlier in the week and are to be learned.
Second Years Home Economics S Connolly - CBA1 Textiles, keep sewing and see Edmodo for project work instruction
2B - Cliodhna - C.Bell – History- All students received a Guidelines to CBA1 history booklet in class last week and decided their topics. The Past in my Place CBA1 is your Title. Please complete pages 268-274/275 in your booklet by carrying out your online research and book search. You need 3 different sources and this will take time.
2A Ciara- N. Henry- English – CBA Oral Presentation – write out your introduction - using your preferred form of presentation - flashcards/PowerPoint/poster etc.
2ART – J Neill/S Lassmann – Art - Complete a pencil drawing of either a manmade object (e.g. hairbrush, mug, shoe) or an organic object (e.g. fruit, flower, vegetable). 2nd Year Music – Ms Barry - Log onto 2nd year music shelf.
Read through Powerpoints in Online Classes Column and listen to supporting narration.
Homework: go to Classwork Padlet page and complete activity. 2nd yr Home economics - Mrs boyle- Revise Obesity using your textbook p 40-41 and your notes copy and answer Q1 p50.
2 German - E.Brightwood - German - refer to Google classroom, code zn3ndgm - Chapter 9 of Text book, pages 168-167, identify the food 2(a) pg. 168, read the text pages 169-170, fill in table 2 (c) on page 170. Start portfolio project on food.
French 2 - M. McCarthy 1. Revise all subjects in french to include spellings. 2. Revise analogue clock. 3. Complete your timetable in french in your copy.
Gaeilge 2– M McCarthy 1. Read "An Gleann Álainn" again. 2. Write a summary in Irish of the main points.
3rd Year students 3rd year Business- Common Level – E Kincaid Students are to fully revise chapter 31 - Government and the Economy - This is an important chapter for exam questions. Any notes on page 374 not in notes copy are to be added and questions on page 375 are to be completed.
3rd year – 3B Sile - English S Reed Monday 16/03/20 Class novel: Stone Cold by Robert Swindells. - Read chapter one (Link section 1 and Daily Routine Orders 1) of your novel and then complete the questions for chapter one in your study booklet. Anyone who does not have their booklet at home can access it at the following link. https://jcsplibraries.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/stone-cold-web.pdf
3A - C.Bell - History All students got a booklet of People in History for Revision. Choose 1, highlight the key facts and draw a brainstorm of the information. Then rewrite the paragraph in your own words using the key facts. You also got short questions from the JC papers so complete 10 on any of the sheets for today.
3rd year Business- Common Level Students are to fully revise chapter 31 - Government and the Economy - This is an important chapter for exam questions. Any notes on page 374 not in notes copy are to be added and questions on page 375 are to be completed.
3rd Year HL - J Levis - pg 536 Answer Q27 - 30 and Q34-38 on long division in your copy
3rd Year Sile – E. Lysaght – History. H.L. Revise the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Berlin Blockade. Do a summary of the main points when complete. Please put the date at the top of the page when writing summary. History O.L. – Revise Martin Luther. Do a summary of the main points when complete. Please put the date and title at the top of the page.
3 Lan A & 3LanB German - J Bell Please complete the tasks below and email me a photo of your work on email@example.com for feedback.
Abenteuer Deutsch 2 textbook. Page 147. Exercise 4d: Write out the verb 'helfen' in the present tense, as shown in the yellow box and learn it off by heart. Fill in the correct form of the verb 'helfen', in the present tense, in each of the sentences. Page 150. Exercise 5c: Read the instructions and read the phrases in the yellow box. Match the phrases to the images. Translate each phrase into English.
3Sci 4.3 F.Dodd Science Revise Ch 3.Write out keywords as listed page 47,50 at back of science copy,Do Q1 (a) to (i)on page 59. Learn keywords.
4th Year students 4th Year Fiona – E. Lysaght – History . Work on the Memories Unfolded project.
4th Year Fidelma – E. Lysaght- History . Work on the Memories Unfolded project.
4th Year Maths - J Levis - Continue with TY Maths project on holiday/honeymoon. Online submission due next Friday.
4A Fiona - English - S. Reed - Class novel Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman. Read chapters 63 and 64 4B Fidelma – N. Henry – English – read chapters 20-26 of your novel NOUGHTS&CROSSES. Write a diary entry from Sephy’s point of view – expressing her mixed emotions about Callum and the reasons why she is having these feelings for him. 4Ger1.2 – J Bell - Imagine that you are going to plan a trip to a town in Germany from the 4th to the 10th May 2020. While school is closed, you will work on a project to plan that trip. You will construct a PowerPoint presentation, which shows your planning to make the trip possible. Each lesson, you will be set tasks to complete, towards that goal. This lesson, your tasks are as follows: Research online and choose which German town you would most like to visit, from the following list: Trier Berlin Aachen Köln Bonn München Create slide number one of your PowerPoint presentation. On that slide, include the following: A photo of a landmark from the town you have chosen. Say (in German) which town you have chosen and provide three reasons why you have chosen it. 4th year Mr. Prout- Maths resource - If possible Start to gather and collect different prices of items in the house from magazines or receipts. We will be looking at them when we return to school.
4Sci B TY science -F Dodd Watch the powerpoint and attached video. Write three hundred words, explaining what you think sustainability means; listing nine ways to live sustainably (see pptt), What are you doing to live sustainably, what is or school doing; how does this connect with the sustainable development goals.( think Megan Blackrock). Email me your completed work on Thursday 19th March firstname.lastname@example.org Remember TY girls, this is a great opportunity to work on your portfolios.These articles can go into your portfolio when corrected.
5th Year students 5Th Year Maths - Ms Barrett - Chapter 5 Arithmetic Revise fractions, decimals, significant figures, ratios and proportions from last weeks classes. Then go to page 100 and complete Qs 1-6.
Fifth Year - C Connolly - Maths - Using recent notes in your notes copy on circles touching the axes, answer questions 1 and 2 on page 451 of textbook in your graph copy. Beginning with Section 3.2 on page 99 of textbook, read pages 99 - 101 and then answer questions 1 - 4 on page 102 of textbook in your graph copy.
5th Year OL - J Levis- Read pg 177/178 and aswer questions on page 179-180 in your copy
5th Year - Music - A Murphy Learn main themes and their musical features from Mozart Adagio. Answer workbook related to these themes, pls. 14, 20 - 22 Listen to Allegro and Adagio themes on your phones for 5 minutes every day
5th Year Resource Classes - Mr Prout Review worksheets from last week and finish the rest of the questions.
5th Year Business – E. Lysaght – Do notes from the next 5 slides.
5th year History - S. Reed – Origins and Growth of Fascist Regimes in Europe: Hitler. Read pages 207 - 210 and then answer the questions in the blue box on page 208 and question 1 on page 211.
5th yr Home economics - Mrs Boyle - Read p361 +362 of textbook and answer Q1 + Q2 on page362.
Fifth Years Home Economics S Connolly - Assignment 3: Wok/Steamer see Edmodo for headings guidelines
5th Year Geography Ms O’Sullivan Higher Level - Answer 2019 Q 2A into exam question copy Ordinary Level - Answer 2019 Q 1C into exam question copy
5th Year Biology- O.McGrath Read through immunity and vaccinations in your notes. Practice questions at the end of your chapter. You should be working through the experiment revision booklet questions I have you Thursday. All completed work can be emailed to me!
Fifth Year English - Ms. C. Mc Carthy - Look up Dept of Education Examination Archive Website as I showed you. Go to the Higher Level Paper 2018 Paper 1 .(Ordinary Level for students opting for Ordinary level). Go to the Comprehending Section. Read Text 1 and answer Question A (i), (ii), (iii).
5th Year Ordinary Level – N. Henry – English – read the rest of Chapter ‘After’ in ROOM – Answer ALL questions on page 129 in your EXCELLENCE IN ENGLISH book, write answers into your paper 2 copy.
5Bio 5.2 F.Dodd Biology : page 292-297. Write out the keywords(plasma, serum,) In your notes copy write a list of the composition of the blood, state the function of each part, where each part is made. Attempt Q 13 and 14 page 299.
5 F.Dodd Chem Revisit Ch 12 Acid and Bases .Using the pink work book do Q1, 2,3. Learn the key words: Arrhenius acid; Arrhenius base;Arrhenius weak acid/strong acid/weak and strong base .Learn the same for Bronsed Lowry. Conjugate acid and base ; conjugate acid-base pair. Attempt a to e on Q 4. More challenging ! See text book .
5ART – Art - Redraw Fig 1.15 page 11 and summarise the description of Stone Age decoration techniques at Newgrange and Knowth pages 10-11.
5Ger4.1 – J Bell (2 lessons' worth of work, as they have double German on a Monday.)Oral lesson Deutsch Komplett Page 285 – Klassenarbeit 01 – Meine Familie und ich. Work through questions 1 to 5, writing the answers out in your German copy. Reading lesson Deutsch Komplett Page 112 Answer the questions (1 to 5) about the photograph, in full sentences. Read texts A to E. Task 1 – find the expressions in the text. Task 2 – Find the German for the phrases, as listed. Page 113 Answer the questions. Ordinary level, do the questions in the blue box. Higher level, do the questions in the pink box.
5th Yr LCVP- O. McGrath Portfolio work. Focus on your 3day diary entry. The following are the headings which should be included. • Duties Performed • Training given • Staff Interaction • Observation • Evaluation The last page should have the headings • Evaluation (of the whole experience) • Home • School • Community The above heading should be part reflection on new skills, knowledge you have gained participating in work experience and how you can use this in the above areas. Students can email me their progress!
6th Year students 6th year Gaeilge - Higher Level – M. McCarthy Students are to continue to do 15-20 minutes of oral revision each day and to revise two sráith pictiúr each day. For Monday Students are to read through the 3 essays given on " An timpeallacht" and to highlight any key phrases/vocab to be learned. These are to be put into their notes. Using these notes students are to write an essay on " An timpeallacht". Deadline will be 21/03/2020.
6th year Gaeilge - Higher Level E Kincaid Students are to continue to do 15-20 minutes of oral revision each day and to revise two sráith pictiúr each day. For Monday Students are to read through the 3 essays given on " An timpeallacht" and to highlight any key phrases/vocab to be learned. These are to be put into their notes. Using these notes students are to write an essay on " An timpeallacht". Deadline will be 21/03/2020.
6th Year HL - J Levis - Read over pg 96-100 and answer Q1 (all parts ) in your copy. Please make reference to online videos in Edmodo.
6th Year Business – E. Lysaght – Chapter 23 – Social Responsibility. Do the ordinary level short questions and the ordinary level long questions on pages 490 and 491.
6A Bairbre - C.Bell – History -Please join the Google Classroom link that was emailed to you on Friday morning for resources that were discussed in class. Finish all document questions that are outstanding and submit for correction and feedback.
6Bio4.3 F.Dodd Biology Complete work on Ch39.Using the yellow boxes as a guideline write out the keywords. Read pages 450 to 452. At the end of the chapter Q28; 31 26 30. Depending on your level.
Sixth Years Home Economics - S Connolly -See Edmodo, we are looking at the Chapter on Food Spoilage and Preservation. PPTs on Edmodo and resources.
An announcement was made this morning by the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD of the closure of schools, pre-schools and further and higher education settings, for a period until 29 March 2020, to support efforts to contain the spread of Covid-19. This will take effect from 6pm this evening, Thursday 12 March.This is in line with the advice of the National Public Health Emergency Team
All pupils and students, from pre-school to third level are urged to practice social distancing, and to minimise physical contact with each other, to help avoid the spread of Covid-19. This should include minimising social contact, avoiding meeting up and keeping physical space between them. Parents and guardians are urged to support their children to maintain this approach.
The school and its staff intend to provide oppotunities for students to continue learning from home. This may take the form or revision, practice excercises and completion of assigments. The school intends to share work daily for all years groups through announcements on the school website.
Congratulations to St. Vincent's Secondary School student Lauryn Homan who had the great honour of captaining the Irish U-17 Womens Team in their International 3 Game Series VS Team Great Britain last weekend in Nottingham.
The Irish U17 team won 2 out of 3 games ( they won on Friday 72 to 57, lost Saturday narrowly by 57 to 54 and won a cracker of a game on the Sunday in extra time on a scoreline of 74 to 72. They had been 20 points down in the 3rd quarter and made an amazing comeback.