We could not believe our eyes when a very old, but very well-preserved copybook was brought into our class by Abigaelle in Room 13. The copybook was from the 1950’s and belongs to Abigaelle’s neighbour who went to St. Louis’ School when she was a young girl! We were very impressed by her neat writing and her carefully completed maths work. We loved looking through the copy and spotting what was similar to our own copybooks and what was different. It was a lovely reminder that history is all around us and you can learn something new from everyone that you meet.
Super Hallowe’en artwork!
Room 6 have really enjoyed learning about Australia this month. During P.E this week we had great fun creating some Aboriginal dances!
Room 2 had lots of fun looking at birch and horse chestnut trees in the local environment as part of Tree Day 2021.
Room 2 enjoyed a visual art video workshop with artist Duffy Mooney-Sheppard around the theme of animals as Messengers, Guides and Fairies. See the wonderful creations they made!
After learning all about Georgian Dublin Room 2 enjoyed a day out to Merrion Square where they completed a Georgian Building trail and had lunch in the park.
We were carving our pumpkins this week in preparation for Hallowe’en. We will raffle them off at the end of the week!
We worked together in our pods to create monsters. We each had to secretly draw a different part of the monster and then pass it to our neighbour.
We got some shocks when we opened the picture at the end!!!