Happy holidays everyone! Hope you have great fun dressing up and eat lots of sweets when you’re Trick or Treating next week 🙂 We had great fun building and programming different robots them during Maths Week, you can see them all in this short video. We’re looking forward to more fun
5th class have been really enjoying using the BeeBots and Lego WeDo kits to hone their problem solving skills. Programming the BeeBots to navigate around different mazes, working out how to get the digital bee to his flower and writing our own codes to get the bots to draw different 2D shapes were b
5th class had a blast studying circuits, bulbs, insulators, conductors and all about electricity for the past week. The class then constructed their own electrical quiz boards that put all the theory into practice. The quiz questions were of little significance, however when you pressed on the
As previously posted, 5th Class focused on letter writing in January and wrote to their favourite Irish person who inspired them. This was all part of our themed approach to writing in the English Curriculum. The replies have started to arrive in the post and today we had two of the most excit
5th Class had a blast making St Brigid’s crosses on the 1st of February. Mr Kearns risked life and limb to gather the rushes in a field and it was definitely worth it. The craftsmanship and effort put in by ALL the class was a credit to them. Children even had thought of a special
Well done to our Quiz Team who have qualified for Round 2 of the Credit Union Quiz. We are lucky to have such talented children in our school. Well done guys! Amazing achievement!!
Today we have hit the County of Mayo on our around Ireland run. The miles have clocked up and 5th Class are eager for running each day. We have hit the town of Louisburgh and it’s safe to say that we know nothing about this place!!! Any facts would be greatly appreciated…
This month 5th Class have been working on the theme of letter writing. They have looked at formal and informal letters and the structure that goes with them. We then decided to put that knowledge to good use and wrote letters to famous Irish people in a hope of getting a response. The ki