This week was a lot of fun and involved an educational trip to Mullingar, another successful day at work experience and an Oreo malt to finish off the long week of hard work.
Don't get me wrong, Transition year is full of lots of projects and work that needs to be done. Our school makes sure that we keep working hard and developing new and old skills. That being said, we have a lot of learning opportunities that require us going on school trips, and of course there's lots of fun to be had away from school! One of these trips was our drama competition that was held in Mullingar.
We've been working on dramas regarding the Millenium Development Goals during religion class. We went to Briary Gap in the Mullingar arts centre to perform our dramas in front of judges. No news back yet but if we get through, we're going to Cork! It was a great day out, we got to perform on a stage with an audience and snack on some McDonald's before hand. We have our fingers crossed that one of our plays get through because we worked so hard on them and would love to support each other in Cork!
In other news, I have progressed with my 'teddy making' process and now have all the pattern pieces cut out. We also bribed our home economics teacher into allowing us to make Oreo malts for the whole class, they were D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S!!
Till Next week,