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  • Ovens National School Archive - Communion 03
    worked hard to prepare for the special day Prayers were learned and hymns were practiced each day since Easter Many boys and girls had specific duties on the morning of their communion The parents helped the children with prayers readings and outfits were purchased during the months beforehand Fr Keating was the celebrant in Ovens Parish Church The class participated wonderfully in the ceremony and it was a day which

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  • Ovens National School Archive - Credit Union
    Thursday in school Credit Union Table Quiz A record number of 50 teams entered the Under 10 and Under 12 categories of the annual Credit Union Table Quiz in Ballincollig GAA in January 15 teams from 4th and 5th class entuhsiastically represented Ovens National School Putting their general knowledge to the test great success was achieved Credit Union Table Quiz Teams Under 10 Joint 3rd Under 10 Joint 3rd Barry

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  • Ovens National School Archive - Third Class 02/03
    our Mini Woodland project This is now well underway We are very excited to announce that our Mini Woodland project has officially begun Click here to find out more And if that wasn t enough we have also designed a

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  • Ovens National School Archive - Senior Infants 03
    lived in a big castle He had a dog with two heads He walked to his castle He got shot in the leg Velma the witch had shot him He made a force field around himself to protect himself He put a curse on Velma He hopped home He got his black and white cat He made trolls with bows and arrows to protect him Velma killed two of the

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  • Ovens National School Archive - Poetry Corner
    and ancient Gods Pyramids and mystic temples Awesome By R S Secrets This and that shhh They never tell me WHY Are they talking about me NO Tell ME By C B Easter Chocolate eggs Yummy in my tummy I am tasting them already All mine By L K Mirror Look through the glass And I see someone else I just noticed it was me there Looking Witches In the pitch black They fly across the moon With a ha ha their scary laugh FREAKY By RoD Choc Eggs Very munchy Tasty in my tummy With the chocolate and the crunch Yummy Girlfriends They re such a nag They re really disgusting Always getting you in trouble NO WAY By J L Snow Is Incredibly unusual Always fun No where near bad Nearly the opposite of sun Snow Is Frightfully cold Sometimes has ice I like it so much It makes my paradise Snow Is Very soft Rather light Wonderfully fluffy And oh so white Piano Lessons Quavers and crotchets Marching on the page Dotted minins and semibreves Counting 1 2 3 Right hand left hand Playing happily Piano Definitely for me Blast off Pitch Black Fire Engine Stars around

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  • Ovens National School Archive - Mini Woodland
    Association had purchased numerous native trees in early February and planting soon commenced Tea and brown bread were served to the able bodies workers and soon the area was covered with oak ash birch willow and holly trees On February 19 th 2003 each class was involved in planting a tree We appreciate the work of the Parent s Association in bringing this project to fruition The children have been

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  • Ovens National School Archive - Rugby Star visits school
    went on to play rugby with Presentation College U C C Irish Universities Cork Con Munster and Ireland Michael has just signed with Perpignan in the South of France Mr Lynch welcomed Michael and Jim Williams to our school and then Jim and Michael spoke to the children Michael recalled his time in Ovens N S and spoke about his days playing Sciath na Scol Michael and Jim kindly presented

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  • Ovens National School Archive - Book Reviews 2nd Class
    O K Reviewed by Sarah The title of my book is TONGUE TIED Paul Jennings wrote this book It was dedicated to Kayle and Andrew The publishers are Puffin Books The book is made up of eight stories The stories are all different Some of the main characters were Lennie Jason Mr Skimpton and the twins are Gavin and Byron Now to tell you about the story called Tongue Tied Two hundred and ten dollars All that for a fish A very special fish Would you pay that for a fish I certainly wouldn t I ve called you Lighthouse for years Lennie Lighthouse This story is about a boy with luminous teeth He grew up in an orphanage He tries to find his mum Do you think he will find his mom The next story is called Sniffex Remember that kid Boffin I told you about The one who made his own lie detector and embarrassed the heck out of me He made another wacky invention and its called Sniffex It is a smell detector of all sorts I found this story to be one of my favourites The next story is called The Hat I don t suppose I would read this story again because it didn t really make sense The next story is called Spot the Dog OK OK I admit it I m not sick but can I still go to the match mum Sorry but I thought you said you were sick Tony This story is about a boy who saves dogs Again I don t think I would read it a second time The next story is called Hailstone Bugs The story is one of the best stories If you multiply one by one says Dad What do you get One I say

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