We have been learning Irish Sign Language in 3rd Class as part of our Sound topic in Science. We are enjoying communicating with our hands and experiencing life from another perspective! It’s really fun learning a new language! We have been learning common phrases, such as “How are you?”, by watching tutorials on www.learningirishsignlanguage.ie Here […]
We had a fantastic time visiting the Natural History Museum. We learned so much about different animals, where they come from, different species and how they survive in the wild. We gathered information on different animals and the museum and created a project based on our trip. We had a lovely day out.
We are really enjoying reading with our buddies! 6th class are such great buddies! They help us when we get stuck and ask us really good questions about the stories! Thank you to Ms. Conroy for helping to organise it!
The whole school dropped everything they were doing at ten o’clock last Friday to do ten minutes of exercise to celebrate ten years of Operation Transformation. Junior infants really enjoyed copying the exercises from GoNoodle on the board. Look at us move!
We had a great time yesterday making Valentine cards and decorations for the ones we love.
Our Computer programming club started today. The girls learned how to make their cats move forward and backwards. The learned how to make their cats move up and down. And the learned how to make their cats write a letter. Well done girls. We have some future computer programmers and game designers in our school!
Today we put our 12 eggs in the Incubator. We are so excited about what’s to come. However, it is going to take a lot of work. Miss O’ Dowd and the kids are going to be so busy doing all Mammy Hens jobs. We need to make sure the temperature is just right at […]
Lots of people have been shocked by the display by the HPS team about how much sugar is in different foods that are eaten by people everyday! By showing people this information the HPS team are hoping to promote healthy choices and healthy eating to our school community.