We hope you enjoyed our fifth class blog.
Best of luck in sixth class.
Ms. Mc Hugh
Ms. O' Neill
St. Seachnalls means a lot to me,
It's so hard to explain,
While walking to school in the sun,
or sometimes in the rain,
I think about my teachers,
some short and some so tall
but no matter how strict or sharp
I really liked them all.
I think about the subjects,
some easy and some so hard,
but no matter how easy or simple
I prefer being in the yard.
My journey here is near it's end,
Secondary schools just round the bend,
St. Seachnalls is where I've made lots of friends.
People who will be with me until the end.
We got a new principal a little while ago,
Which one I prefer I really don't know,
Mr. Gilligan made our heads swell,
especially in maths, I think you can tell.
But Mrs. Whelan although she's only new,
I think she's a good person to run the school.
St. Seachnalls is the best in Meath,
I will really miss it when I leave.
by Lauren Brophy