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P.E day is Friday (Term 2)

We loved reading "The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch". We decided that we would help Mr.Grinling get his lunch by creating a rocket launcher with 2 balloons. We were VERY VERY excited!!

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World Book Day 2020. We loved dressing up as adjectives this year. Lots of creative characters and ideas.

Our February 'In it to win it' winner!

Our sacrament of reconciliation.

We created our right angle monster. We went on a right angle hunt around the classroom finding objects with lots right angles.

We loved making and eating our pancakes πŸ₯ž

Our very own Spanish dancer πŸ’ƒ

We had lots of fun learning about the Wright Brothers and their first flight. We decided to make our own planes and see which could travel the furthest.

We worked in 3's to find and sort the ow/ou sounds in different stories.

Our in it to win it winner for January.

Learning a song to help us remember our numbers in Spanish πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Έ

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We really enjoyed visiting the Ulster Transport Museum! Lots of information about old transport. 🚌 πŸš— 🐴

We enjoyed talking about our grandparents and why we love them especially when they give us sweets. 🍭

Creating our tens and units sums with dice and cards. This was lots of fun!!

We loved re-telling the story of 'The Three Wishes'

The Lord, He is My Shepherd

Gathering Song

I'm Sorry, God

As part of our 'On the move' topic we are starting to look at car types and logos. We did our first car park survey to see which car was the most popular.

We enjoyed sorting the 'o' sounds on our tables.

Measuring items around the classroom using cubes.

Our 'elfies' πŸ“Έ

Ibe Sesay switching on our Christmas tree lights πŸŽ„

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What a great Christmas jumper day in school. We had a special visitor in our classroom 'Ibe Sesay' from Q Radio to switch on our Christmas tree lights. πŸŽ„

Our in it to win it winner for November.

We enjoyed exploring light and how to tell if something is opaque, translucent or transparent.

We made buggies in the Sentinus workshop and tested them to see how far they travelled.

We loved discussing our celebration posters with the class during our show and tell.

Using hula hoops to create a venn diagram to sort sweets.

We created boats with lots of different materials in Science Stars.

1. What a Commotion

2. Wise Men Are We

3. Star Song

4. Baa, Baa Bethlehem

5. God's Messengers

6. Tonight, We Celebrate!

We loved our carrousel activities during Healthy Kids this week. Lots of fun to be had especially with the rock paper scissors game.

We went on a light source hunt around the school.

Lots of fun creating our own shops to buy items and to give change.

We enjoyed investigating floating and sinking with Science Stars.

We loved playing 'mat ball' with healthy kids.

We had lots of fun adding with dice to get 4 in a row!

Our 'in it to win it' winner for October!

We loved matching the digital time to the analogue time.

Halloween fun πŸŽƒ πŸ‘»

We loved making our Halloween slime! πŸ‘»

Our fun day in Healthy kids playing great games like dodgeball, bowling and darts.

We loved looking at different newspaper articles about GAA sports such as gaelic and hurling.

Column addition carrousel activities using dice, cards, templates and the interactive whiteboard to create and answer sums.

We enjoyed telling our partners directions to get to our item in the playground. Lots of directional language used.

A great session with Science Stars discussing and making 'pulleys' a method that could have been used in the Tir Na Nog story.

We love our mental maths activities like 'Counting Cowboys'.

Tomorrow we will be looking at GAA sports and different articles online. (Tuesday 22nd October)

If possible could you look in an Irish Newspaper and cut out an Irish sport article (GAA) and send into class that we could discuss further.

Many thanks,

Miss O'Neill

Today we made the Giant's Causeway and then created our own volcanos discussing how the rocks were formed. πŸŒ‹

We found lots of exciting things on our Autumn walk including...FUNGI.

We loved our paired doubling game.

We loved learning about the water cycle with Science Stars.

We really enjoyed our P.E with the 'Healthy Kids' coach this week.

Our floating and sinking investigation. We loved making our predictions and finding out it they were right or wrong.

What a fun time we had investigating our fingerprints with Science Stars.

Our 'In it to win it' winner for September.

We loved making predictions about our big book story.


This weeks NewsDesk homework is based on reducing our plastic waste - linking it back to our topic work looking at different materials and their properties.


Remember to write a comment underneath:

1. Tell me how you feel about plastic waste.

2. Tell me what you could do differently to reduce the amount of plastic you use

Good luck Naomh Padraig πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦

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Blue and yellow afternoon wishing Naomh Padraig good luck in their championship final on Saturday.πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦

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Powerpoint from tonights Curriculum meeting. Thank you :)

We have our first person in the 10 dojo point club!!

We loved making our jam sandwiches! Lots of great instructions!

We loved acting out our stories this week and pretending to be the characters during our hot seating activity.

Directing our friends using our compass using North, East, South and West.


P.E will be on a Wednesday. Remember to wear your P.E gear smiley

Whiteboard work with our CVC words making some SUPER sentences for our "Battle of sentences"

Our Primary 3 adventure begins here. What a fantastic year it will be!

A very warm welcome to Primary 3. We have had a wonderful start to what is going to be a wonderful year.