Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Bookbag - Rutland National School Visit

They certainly are and artists

What a wonderful day! Not only did I get to wallow in Nessa O'Mahony's fantastic writing session (a follow on course in creative writing) at the writers centre this morning, but I also got to visit the inspiring 3rd and 4th class pupils at Rutland N.S. Thanks teachers for allowing me to dive bomb your classrooms. I was asked many interesting questions, including did I make Despicable Me 2? Tempting to say yes but unfortunately not...we did get onto the subject of minions and as promised here are some of my youngest son's lego creations (not from a kit.) It was lovely to meet Deirdre (3rd class teacher extraordinaire, originally from Corofin, Co.Galway) and hope the children enjoyed creating the super hero ID badges as much as I enjoyed seeing them being worn. Thanks for a lovely outing everyone. Keep up the really great work!
I'm sure we'll see some of these books on the shelves of bookshops in the coming days.

A series of books about food created by Jordan in 4th class

Superhero ID badge

Comics created by 3rd class

3rd class

3rd class with teacher Deirdre Heverin

School garden


Baby minion

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