We've been busy in 4th class for the last while. The slideshow shows some pictures of what we've been up to.
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Just before the mid-term break, the girls from Room 16 visited the Waterways Visitor Centre to hear the author E.R. Murray discuss her book The Book of Learning. The girls heard about the characters and plot of this book. They also got to hear about how the author uses ideas for her books, and about her life as an author. The girls came away with ideas of their own to write books!
Hannah has completed a wonderful project on her great granduncle Dennis O'Callaghan who was involved in the Easter Rising. Well done Hannah! It has been uploaded to Scoilnet and can be found at https://www.scoilnet.ie/1916-ancestry-project/ancestry/ancestryid/2/.
3rd and 4th class have spent some time discussing and writing their own versions of the Proclamation and including what they think is important for Ireland in the next 100 years. They worked really hard and put a lot of thought into their efforts. These ideas have been combined to create one proclamation from St. Brigid's which has been uploaded to 'Scoilnet' as part of their 1916 programme.
The themes covered include love for all people, education, homelessness, equality, care for the environment and peace. Click on the picture have a look at our proclamation for a new generation.
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Room 14 have been mighty busy over the past while!
We have had guest visitors..
We had a great time taking part in the Jingle Bell Run before Christmas...
We explored Electricity in Science class designing and making our own toys with a Christmas theme....
Ps. Did you know that you can generate electricity from a potato???
We designed our own Christmas jumpers for a fantastic, festive Jumper Show...
We visited Santa!
After Christmas, we were very busy 'welcoming Spring' by celebrating St. Brigid's day in style. Everyone went home on the day with their own handmade cross, very kindly blessed by Fr. Richard. We also researched the life of St. Brigid.
Sr. Teresa even visited us to tell us some lovely legends of our special saint!
Last week, lots of girls from the two 5th classes took part in the local heat of the Credit Union Table Quiz in Sacred Heart School. Everyone had lots of fun taking part and one team from Room 14 battled their way through the 12 rounds to be placed 3rd in their competition.
Well done to everyone involved!
And today, we munched our way through Pancake Tuesday!
That's all for now but watch out for more updates from Room 14!
(Don't forget to check out our lovely art work in the Gallery section of the website!)
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