Happy St. Patrick's Day. We hope you all enjoy the parades and have lots of fun.
Tuismitheoirí - bain triail as beagán gaeilge!
Dúisigh - wake up
Tá mo dhóthain ite agam - I have eaten my fill
Gabh mo leithscéal - excuse me
Brostaigh ort - hurry up
Múch an teilifís - switch off the TV
Cén t-am é? - what time is it?
Dún an doras le do thoil - close the door
An bhfuil d’obair bhaile déanta agat - have you done your homework?
Scuab an t-urláir - clean the floor
Amach leat - out you go
Tóg sos - take a break
Stad! - stop!
Tóg go bog é - take it easy
Suigh síos - sit down
Haló! - hello.
Cé atá ar an fón? - who is on the phone?
Faigh é! - get it!
Cuir ort do chóta - put on your coat
Brostaigh - tá deifir orm anois - hurry up
Ar ith tú do lón inniu? - Did you eat your lunch today?
Téígh a codladh - go asleep
Oíche mhaith agus codladh sámh – goodnight and sleep well
Bí cúramach - be careful
Ní féidir leatsa é sin a dhéanamh - don’t do that
Tá go maith - very well
Ná bí ag dul ró thapa - don’t go so fast
Téigh amach - go outside
Noiméad amháin más é do thoil é – one minute please
Téigh go dtí an leitreas - go to the bathroom
Dia dhuit - hello to you
Faigh do mhála scoile - get your school bag
Tá sé in am don dinnéar - time for dinner
Slán leat - goodbye (to person leaving)
Slán agat - goodbye (to person not leaving)
Slán abhaile - safe home
Feicfi dh mé thú ar ball - see you later
Go raibh maith agat - thank you
We were delighted that our Senior pupils were invited to St. Louis Secondary School in Carrick to see their production of "Oklahoma" by Rodgers and Hammerstein. It was a wonderful performance and we were so impressed. We congratulate our past pupils who took part in the production, including Michelle Duff who had one of the leading roles, Kellie McCluskey who was involved in both choreography and performing and Aoife Flanagan and Niamh Martin who also had important roles to play. We are so proud of all of you and we thank you for being such an inspiration to our pupils.