We all had great fun researching the different types of engineers and the work that they do. We also had a poster competition in our classroom. Pat, Megan and Aoife were our winners.
WORLD BOOK DAY.
In first class, we all brought our favourite book to school. We showed the book to our class and gave a short summary of the book. Then we wrote a book review of the book and designed our own version of the cover of the book.
PANCAKE TUESDAY 2016.
We all had great fun making pancakes with Mrs Mc Kenna. We made a list of the ingredients needed and we also recorded the instructions for making pancakes.But the best part of all was when we each got a pancake to eat! We were spoilt for choice when adding our toppings..Nutella, honey, lemon, sugar. A delicious treat!
During our Religion lesson we had a long discussion on our awareness of God’s presence with us at all times. We had so many ideas that we decided to record them in the form of pictures for display.
The boys and girls in 1st class were planning for snow!!
They created there own snow scenes using coloured and white chalk.
Messy but great fun!!
The children in first class had great fun preparing for Christmas. We wrote our letters to Santa, just incase he decided to pay us a visit. we made Christmas tree decorations and snow globes. We also made Santa collages.
We designed posters on the theme of Seatbelt safety. This was for a competition organised by RSA. We have sent Megan Hannon’s poster away as the entry for our school. We are all waitin patiently to hear the results.
For Science Week, we all had lots of fun and made a huge mess! We had some wonderful chemical reactions. Look at our experiments below.
SELF INFLATING BALLOON
OUR SCIENCE BOOKLETS
The children in Mrs. Mc Clave’s class all worked really well decorating our hands. We can clearly see how unique each boy and girl are by the beautiful designs on each hand.
In September, Mrs. Mc Clave’s class focused on the theme ‘Mé Féin’ in our Irish lessons. Can you guess each child by looking at our wonderful drawings?