The 2nd class pupils had great fun in Woolywards Farm!!
The boys and girls in Room 5 were making new maths games and went to the second classes to play the games with them.
Everybody had great fun learning maths through new games and activities.
Eanna ní Lamhna came back into the school to judge the hard work of all the 5th class pupils on their Grand Canal projects.
She was very impressed with the work that had been put into them.
Well done to all the winners and all of the participants.
The Gardaí invited 5th class to the army barracks to take part in a soccer blitz.
We got to play lots of skill games, practice out penalty taking and play a match.
It was a super day and thanks to Garda Brendan for organising it and inviting us.
The 5th classes have been learning about the Grand Canal and were lucky enough to go on a barge trip this week.
We went onto the barge and learned how the locks work through engineering. The lock keeper showed us how the locks work.
It was so interesting.
Thanks to Ms. Hartigan for organising this brilliant trip.
The boys and girls in 5th class were learning all about the Grand Canal.
Eanna Ní Lamhna who is an Irish biologist came in to the school to talk about the history of the canal and the things you might see there.
Then we went to the canal and studied the flora (flowers) and fauna (wildlife/animals) that were present at the canal.
It was great fun and we learned so much and we learned how important it is to keep the water in the canal clean to protect all the living things.
5th classes were learning about Internet safety and how a crime scene investigation works! Well done to Rosie, Enea and Danga who participated during the investigation!!
Room four have been very busy working as scientists and engineers. Have a look at some of our work making volcanos and earthquake proof structures!!
Room four teamed up with room 12 for world book day. Ms O Briens second class learned about lots of new books and showed off their fantastic reading to their buddies in 5th class!