Term 1 in 5th Class

It has been a busy, different and exciting term in 5th Class. We’ve had lots of fun and learnt lots from Long Division and Addition and Subtraction of Fractions to how airplanes fly. Some highlights have included our projects on our Local Area, recording our song for the Senior Carol Service and spending lots of…

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1st Class Christmas Blog

First Class have had a fantastic first term! We have had a great time learning about numbers to thirty. First class have worked hard at developing understanding and strategies to work with addition and simple subtraction. As well as working on our numbers we have also been exploring 2D shapes. We have also been focusing…

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Green Schools Week

The 2019 Green School Week was plenty of fun! 5th class had a different teacher since Mr. Mc Andrew was out. The 5th classers made loads of slogans and pictures about pollution. Here are some of their opinions: “Save the turtles!” says Toby O’Connell. “Just a week isn’t enough” says Tadhg Bradshaw. “It is good,…

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STEM Week in 5th Class

On the last week of November (2019) the school was doing STEM week S standing for science T standing for technology E for engineering and M for maths. We had lots of fun doing many activities such as Lego WeDo, For Lego WeDo we made a Lego robot and programmed it to walk in a…

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JEP in 5th Class

Fifth class did J.E.P this year which stands for Junior Entrepreneur project. They did projects on several products which include yoga balls, school bags, personal trainers, teddy bears and hydro flasks. Then we had to get ready for the dragons which were Ms.Mconnel, Reverent Marchent and Albert’s Dad, Connor. We each made projects about our…

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2nd Class – History

In History in November, 2nd class learnt about playground games from long ago. We learnt how to play hopscotch. We learnt about skipping and a skipping rhyme. We learnt how to play duck duck goose. What playground games did your parents or grandparents play when they were children?

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