Bosca Gaeilge


Each week children get nominated for the bosca gaeilge. Children get nominated for using their Irish to the best of their ability - making an effort and using the new weekly phrases that they learn each week. The children who get nominated get to pick a small prize from the bosca gaeilge each week. The children use their Irish when picking their prize also.

Winners so far

Caithlin Murray for using her Irish phrases throughout the school day, not just during Irish lessons.

Sean Amah for making a great effort speaking in Irish this week.

Nicole Curtis for trying so hard with her Gaeilge this week. This week she made a wonderful effort to participate during Gaeilge - she should be so proud of herself.

Rhys McDonagh for making a great effort using his Irish.

Cailiula Gueha for making a great effort.

Eva Brown, she has made a fantastic effort with her Gaeilge work in class and at home for homework, using the resources provided and really thinking about them.

Dean Creighton for working so hard and making a huge effort using his Irish.

Zoe Gilisenan for doing great work with her Irish tenses this week.

Kyle Murphy for making a huge effort.

Sinéad O'Brien for using her Gaeilge phrases throughout the day, every day

Comhghairdeas le gach duine.

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Halloween Break
Dec 23
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Feb 18
Mid-Term Break
Mar 17
Bank Holiday
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