Fantastic art in Room 14


Room 14 were very, very, very busy making Minibeasts that they saw around the school. We decided to give some of them a makeover with colourful shells, skins and more. Watch the video to see the finished products:)


ipad research in Room 5

The pupils in Room 5 were busy preparing for their projects all about Dublin with some research on the ipads. We were finding out all about different tourist attractions in the capital city!

Investigation metals in Room 15

Room 15 were busy investigating the properties of metals this week. We built electrical circuits to see if the various metals were conductors of electricity. Check out our results!

Budding engineers in Room 16

Room 16 was busy engineering Da Vinci bridges!’ Great effort from everyone, working so well in their pods.

Room 7 – science fun!

The boys and girls were very busy exploring electrical circuits, conductors and insulators.

It was great fun and we learned so much.

Science fun in Room 7

The pupils in Room 7 were exploring magnetism.

Science fair fun in Room 7

Room 7 invited second and third classes to learn about Detective Skills, Taste and Smell, Floating, Magic Colours and Flight.

Scientists in Room 7

Science Demos to rooms 12,and 5 . The experiments were about Elephant Toothpaste, Exploding Volcanoes and Magic Colours.

It was great fun and we learned so much!

Room 7 – Bug detectives

After our fieldtrip to Belgrave Square, we brought some mini beasts back for closer inspection.

A visitor to the Green School Committee

Room 13 and the green school committee were very lucky to have Beekeeper Geraldine Byrne come and talk to us about bees, beekeeping and what we can do to help the bees. We learnt about the stages of bees, the jobs they have and how much work the women bees do!
Leave some facts that you learnt in the comments 🙂