By Paddy Hogan
On the 30th of January, Redwood N.S had Grandparents Day. First we did a prayer service. We had written a prayer about our Grandparents.Then we said a poem about the olden days and it was called Life B.C (Before computers).Then we asked the Grandparents some questions about when they were young. We got a lot of good answers.Then we played some games and had tea and biscuits. It was great fun. We had a lot of nice Grandparents.
By Paddy Hogan
Last week we had grandparents day. It was great fun. All the grandparents were there. We had prayer service, questions,
music and games. It was a blast! Lots of people were at it. We had a poem. The poem was called life B.C. Before Computers. It was a great poem.We had some tea and biscuits.
By James Duggan.
On the 30th of Jan we had Grandparents Day. It was really fun! We said prayers to our grandparents. We said a poem called Life B.C (before computers) Then we asked the Grandparents some questions about when they were my age. After that we ate biscuits, tea and CAKE! Some Grandparents went home for dinner.The Grandparents who stayed at school played snakes and ladders.We took a lot of pictures. Everyone's Grandparents came to school that day. It was really fun. Everyone enjoyed it.
By Isa Duffy.
On 31/1/2020 Brian and Bonner came to Redwood N.S with the Liam McCarthy and the James Nowlan cups, they were big. When they came we sang ‘Being from Tipperary’, played our Tin whistles and read player profiles about people who played county for Tipp around the parish. Then we went outside to take pictures. It was good that they came, we had fun.
By Ben Hough 6th class
On Friday the 31st of January, Bonner and Brian came to our school to show us the Liam Mc Carthy cup and the James Nowlan cup that the Tipperary Senior and u21 team won in the All-Ireland Hurling Final back in August.
Firstly, we all got ready and everyone waited impatiently for them to arrive. When they arrived we all started to sing ‘Being from Tipperary’ by the Two Johnnies. We then played Slievenamon on our Tinwhistle.
A few minutes later, we asked Bonner and Brian questions that we had prepared. Some of the questions we asked were, what was their diet? What type of hurl do they have? What size hurl do they have? And I asked, who was their favourite Hurling Manager since they started to play with Tipperary? Bonner said Declan Ryan and Liam Sheedy and Brian said Mike Ryan.
After we had all asked our questions. We went outside to get photos with our parents with the Liam Mc Carthy and the James Nowlan cup and with Bonner and Brian. After everyone had got their photo, Bonner and Brian had to go onto another school.
I really enjoyed the visit from Bonner and Brian. I most enjoyed asking them questions. I hope Tipperary win the All-Ireland Final this year. 😀
By: Leanne Sullivan 6th class.
The Liam McCarthy Cup
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