Mr Coghlan’s class were busy getting to know their pods using Math Bingo!
The 4th classes went to aqua zone in the National Aquatic Centre this year.
We had great fun and then we went to Tymon Park and played together.
It was a great day!
Room 14 had great fun preparing for and taking part in the Science Blast in the RDS. Our project was The Best Recipe for Homemade Slime. We had a great day in the RDS and saw lots of interesting shows we even took part in a drumming workshop.
All of the pupils in Room 14 were very busy during science week running their science fair for the rest of the pupils in the school.
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!
The boys and girls in 4th class are very lucky as some past pupils of St. Louis came back to our school from De Le Salle secondary school and were teaching them soccer skills.
It was so much fun and we are looking forward to next week already!
In room 14 we have been learning all about light, we even made our own periscopes.
5th classes took a trip to one of the locks along the Canal last Friday. Stephen from Waterways met us there. We got on one of the boats and travelled through the lock! Stephen is a lock keeper so he is in charge of the gates and locks. He opened up the first gate for the boat to go through and we had to wait for the boat to lower with the water before we passed through the lock completely! It was really interesting!
The pupils in 5th class were learning all about our local Grand Canal. Eanna Ní Lamhna came into school and took us on a tour of the canal and told us all about its history, wildlife and plants.
The pupils then has to produce a project all about what they had learned. They worked very hard and Eanna came back into school to choose the winners of the project competition.
5th classes went to The Crystal Maze this year for their school tour.
They split into groups and had to complete physical, mental and skill challenges to win crystals.
At the end of the day if they had reached enough crystals the school wins a trophy – St. Louis now owns a Crystal Maze trophy! Well done everyone.
It was a great day.