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Room 27’s Mannequin Challenge

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Please view our mannequin challenge!

Can you let us know if it is appearing upright or sideways!

We are experiencing some technical challenges!!

We are learning!

Thank you all!

Room 27

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Ginger Biscuits: Here is the recipe!

READY TO COOK!

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The recipe

350g flour

1 tsp bicarbonate of soda

2 tsp ground ginger

115 g butter

175 g light brown sugar

4 tbsp golden syrup

1 egg, beaten

METHOD

Preheat the oven to 190 C

Place the flour, bicarbonate of soda, and ginger into a bowl.

Add the butter and mix with an Electric mixer until it looks like breadcrumbs. Stir in the sugar,add the syrup and beaten egg and mix to  form a smooth dough

Using your hands to bring the mixture together and knead  it lightly.

roll out the dough and cut out the cookies.

bake the biscuits  in the oven  for 10-12 minutes

 

 

 

 

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Our amazing artist!

For the Lion’s Club held a competition for primary schools. All of our 5th classes took part. We had to draw a picture, the theme was ‘A Celebration of World Peace’. I started drawing and the idea came into my head as I was drawing. I wanted to make my picture bright, colourful and eye-catching. All the pictures were put up in the hall. A judge came to the school and mine was picked as the winner and another boy Paddy came second. The judge took my picture away with her. I was delighted and surprised. I had to go to Lawlors’ Hotel on Wednesday night last week. There were four other schools there. After a little while the judge announced that my picture was the winner out of all the schools. I was really happy and excited. I got my picture back and it had been framed. It had my name on it. I got presented with a big cardboard cheque and teacher took the real one for the school. Afterwards I went to a restaurant for dinner to celebrate with my family. We had a lovely time.

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Science Week 2016

This week is Science Week. We’ve been very busy in our school.image 20161117_095506

 

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Room 27’s Visit to the Mini Scientist Exhibition!

We went to visit the exhibition in both halls today. We were able to see  many of the experiments done by the 4th, 5th and 6th classes. Before visiting we had received news on the winners and runners-up from the school. We were able to congratulate the people on our visit!

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The Naked Egg!

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The Electronic Arm
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WHAT ARE THE THREE LAWS OF MOTION?

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We are having fun proving the three laws of motion at the mini science.

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CAN YOU LIFT OBJECTS WITH TOOTHBRUSHES AND TOOTHPASTE?

20161117_1243444th class having fun at the mini scientist fair.

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HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE A FLOWER TO CHANGE COLOUR?

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We are having so much fun at the mini scientist.

 

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CAN THESE MATERIALS KEEP YOUR CUP WARM?

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Here we are at the mini scientist  fair.

It is very exciting!

This is a live blog….

Keep watching!

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welcome back! Our falafel recipe! Enjoy!

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Here is what you will need! Visit us again to see how we made them!

You will need:

400g can of chickpeas

1/2 small onion, chopped

1 garlic clove, crushed

2 tbsp plain flour

1 tsp ground cumin

1 tsp ground coriander

1 tbsp chopped fresh parsley

salt & freshly ground black-pepper

200 ml of sunflower oil

VISIT US AGAIN TO SEE WHAT WE DID NEXT!😀🙂🍲🍴🍽

 

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  1. Place the chickpeas, onion, garlic, flour, cumin, coriander, parsley, and salt and pepper into a food processor. Blend together until smooth.

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2. Lightly sprinkle the work surface with some flour. Tip out the mixture and divide it into 12 equal pieces.

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3. Fry them in sunflower oil on the pan. Turn over after 3 minuets. Serve warm or cold! 🤗

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