Room 11 were learning about gender stereotyping, and RTE News2Day came into our class to find out what we thought! Gender stereotyping is when some people think that certain characteristics or jobs belong only to boys or girls. We loved learning about how the filming, editing and producing happens.
Have a watch to see what we think!
https://www.rte.ie/player/ie/show/news2day-30001385/10967278/ (PS, We start at 05.05!)
Room 11 have been learning about food from long ago and how they produced it all. We learned how to make butter! We discovered what buttermilk was and how it could be used. It was yum!
To celebrate science week Room 11 had a great time enjoying all the wonderful science experiments in room 14.
We got to learn how to make slime, playdough, periscopes and a mini volcano!
Thanks to room 14!
After training for weeks with Mr. Whelan, the hurlers from 2nd class invited their parents into school to see a match.
Well done to everyone!
Room 11 showing off their favourite dance moves on their dancing skeletons. We even had the worm!
The 2nd class pupils had great fun in Woolywards Farm!!
As part of out Active Week preparations we are learning different dances.
Room 11 (2nd class) went to Room 15 (5th class) and asked for some help with learning some moves.
It was great fun teaching and learning from each other. Everybody is looking forward to doing it again!
The children in Room 11 have been learning all about the 1960s, and what better way to learn than to speak to someone who was a child during that time…Ms Johnston’s mam!
Mary was able to answer all the children’s questions and they were able to compare life during the 1960s with life today. It was so much fun!