4th class have been doing many tasks through Irish the last two week. They worked very hard to learn their lines to retell us the story of The Three Little Pigs! #SeachtainnaGaeilge
Today the boys and girls started the reading buddy program with the girls in Ms Barry’s 4th class. Each child in our class is paired up with a girl in 4th and they pick a book and read it together. The girls help 1st class children to break up words to help read, encourage fluency […]
This month we have been learning all about space and all the planets. We have learned about the solar system and Neil Armstrong and created group projects with everything we know. We designed and created our very own aliens using clay.
I couldn’t be prouder of 4th class. So many of them wanted to be the voice for 4th class on the student council. It is not a easy task to stand up and talk in front of a group of people but these girls did an amazing job telling the class why they would be […]
We had a great two weeks during seachtaine na gaeilge when we spoke Irish as much as we could. It was brilliant to see the children excited to speak Irish. We had a ceilí, Craobh Séan Treacy came and played some traditional music for us and we celebrated St Patrick’s Day with Lá glás.
We got off to a great start this week doing operation transformations 10@10.
Last week Friday the 16th of February was Chinese New Year. We really enjoyed learning about how they celebrate in China and the different cultures and traditions they have. We split into groups and created projects using the laptops and computers and we presented them to the rest of the class. We learned a lot […]
Last week was internet safety week. We really learned a lot about how to be safe when using the internet on our iPads, consoles, laptops and phones. I have encourage the girls in fourth class to show parents and guardians the different apps they are using and games they are playing and to talking to […]
Thanks you so much to all the lovely grandparents that joined us in 4th class on Grandparents day. We hope you had as much fun making bracelets, book marks and (attempting to make) St Brigid’s crosses as we did.