Watch Juliette, who is in Senior Infants in our school, on Virgin Media news celebrating Autism Awareness Day 2021.
She gives a fantastic sign off to the news report! Well done Juliette!
Mr. MacCann’s 4th class took part in the Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge earlier this year.
Today it we received the exciting news that Mia Horgan was a winner in the challenge and she will now go forward to take part in the national final as part of TechWeek 2021.
Well done Mia! And well done to all the class who took part.
Take a look at the children in Room 5 who have been learning to code with Bee Bots this week.
The children in Ms. Ní Fheargail’s 6th class have been working on lots of different activities for Engineers week 2021.
Take a look at a chain reaction video with books, the pringle ring challenge, and playground designs. The class also participated in a virtual show for Engineer’s week, provided by Engineers Ireland. This focused on building bridges and creating secure structures using different shapes and angles. Fantastic engineering work!
Take a look at some fantastic writing on settings by Tobi, Grace, Conor and Caoimhe in Ms. O’Brien’s 4th class.
The children in Ms. Molloy’s 3rd class have been learning about the Counties of Ireland. They each picked a county to complete a project on and put so much work and effort into these. Take a look at their work below.
The children in Ms. McGann’s 2nd class have been extremely busy working and learning at home over the last few weeks.
You can take a look at some of their work in the video below. Look out for some fantastic projects, poetry, science experiments, art activities and lots more.
We are so impressed with all the learning that the children in Room 8 are doing during this lockdown. See a selection of their work in the video below.
Well done Room 8!
The boys and girls from Room 2 were very busy last week. They went on sound hunts for ‘e’, ‘c’, ‘k’, and ‘n’ words, came up with and wrote out ‘at’ words and practiced their writing so beautifully. They did lots of maths activities in their maths book, on MathsSeeds and through games they played with concrete materials as well. The children also read pages and books with the new sight words they have learned. Keep up the great work!
Click to watch the children at work!