This week saw the end of the Aistear theme of The Garden Centre. The role play continues o be a firm favourite with all. It is clear that there are future engineers and architects in the classroom.
Junior and Senior infants have been very busy making lots of items for their Spring art. This included flower using bottle caps, printing using forks, Mother’s Day poems with handprints, Easter Chicks and Picasso Inspired Easter Bunnies.
Some of our Easter Hampers ready for the big Easter Raffle.
After learning about Isaac Newton, Ms. McGinley’s class set out to demonstrate Newton’s 2nd and 3rd Laws of Motion using our own balloon rockets.
Students in Ms. McGinley’s class created these beautiful self portraits. We paid close attention and followed lines that comprise and outline our facial features.
Ms. McGinley’s class excited, and hard at work sprucing up the site of the future sensory garden. We even had a private lesson with Philip Quinn on how to weave an obelisk from willows. These will certainly
The pupils really enjoyed 3D week and got hands on making 3D shapes using ice cream sticks and play doh. As it coincided with National Book Week we decided to recreate our favourite books in 3D also.
3rd and 4th are working very hard on writing procedures at present. Today they tackled the very difficult task of making banana splits. The olives we tasted as part of our studies on Italy did not go
Ms Cussen’s class and Mrs McGinley’s class are undertaking the Incredible Edibles project. As part of this they will grow a number of fruits, vegetables and herbs. They are learning all about food origin, looking for the