Room 9 were busy measuring angles in their classroom. We used masking tape on the tables to create various angles and then measured these – this was a really fun way to do this lesson! We then created our own in our copies and got our classmates to measure these.
6th classes visitors an exhibition in the library on the theme of ‘Irish woman who changed the World’.
It was an excellent trip and we learned a lot about Irish woman and the amazing stories of their lives.
It was an awe inspiring exhibition and we came away with a number of new heroes.
Room 12 got some help with their reading from 6th class. It was a great help.
Take a look at episode 2 of the Make and do show!
In 4th and 6th class we have been learning about procedural oral instructions during our English oral language lessons.
We created our own show called the Make and Do show where we show you lots of different procedures.
Big thanks to Mr. Mooney for all his help!
We hope you enjoy!
Room 15 went to 3 different science fairs this week to celebrate science week.
Ms. O’ Shea’s class (Room 17), Ms. Doherty’s class (Room 9) and Mr. Coghlan’s class (Room 5) all hosted wonderful, interesting science fairs in their rooms.
We were asked some tricky scientific questions and were shown some amazing experiments on our visits.
Thanks so much for all the hard work from all the classes and teachers.
Science is so fun!
6th classes in Larkfield for community fun day with the Gardaí.
6th class in Room 9 have been busying learning about the history of Rathmines and are currently working on some projects. Last week, we went on a history trail of Rathmines. We discovered lots of history in our locality and learned lots of new information about the church, the Swan River, the library, the town hall, St. Mary’s, the old Kodak building, the Post Office, Belgrave Park and even the houses along Williams Park! Our last stop of the trail was in Belgrave Park and we were lucky enough to enjoy a break and some fun in the autumn leaves after our busy morning!