We have been busy getting ready for Christmas in 6th class. We have listened to and read about the Christmas Story agus An Chéad Nollaig in our Religion and Gaeilge. We walked up to the church grounds and visited the
During the month of November we remember all those who have died and gone on to Eternal Life. We have made a ‘remembrance garden’ to remember those belonging to us who have died.
Wassily Wassilyevich Kandinsky (1866 – 1944) We have looked at and discussed the work of the great Russian, abstract painter Kandinsky. We have studied his painting Yellow-Red-Blue (1925), and it’s use of geometric elements. Do you like our interpretations of his
We read The Hula-Hoopin’ Queen by Thelma Lynne Godin as part of our Black History Month activities. It’s a great story that celebrates the importance of family and community ties. It also shows the importance of staying young at heart.
6th class used art to reflect the autumn season. First we used chalk pastels and drew on our imagination and past experiences to create our pictures. We also went on a walk around the school campus. We noted the seasonal
Déanaimid ár ndícheall gach lá lenár teanga Gaeilge.
We love to write! We especially love to write about how to make or do things. Our writing genre this month was ‘procedural writing’.
We had a Hallowe’en dress-up day today to mark the mid-term break. We all dressed up and brought some treats to eat in school. We also watched a movie.
This term we have been ‘counting our blessings’ and feeling grateful for all the wonderful people and things that we have in our lives. We are keeping a Gratitude Journal in our digital portfolios on our iPads.
Adriana has been sharing her skills and showing the class how to crochet.