This month we’ve explored weaving during our history and art lessons. We learned that the Kikuyu tribe from Kenya create baskets and other items by weaving. On St Brigid’s Day we had a go at weaving the rushes together to
In January we spent time learning all about the Titanic. We found the topic fascinating and really enjoyed drawing pictures, doing group projects and creating our own Titanic ship from recycled containers. Here are some pictures of our work:
We made Penguins from clay. Once they had dried out we painted and varnished them.
Wednesday 19th December was a very special day. We had our annual carol service in the church and Santa came to visit in the afternoon!
This term we got the opportunity to take part in rugby training. Our coach, Jess, played lots of fun games with us and we really enjoyed it. Here we are in action!
3rd Class are feeling festive today and enjoying some Christmas activities! We had our final assembly for 2018 this morning and we all sang Jingle Bells together after it.
We had lots of fun exploring Magnetism this month!
During our study of the Stone Age we learned about the Caves of Lascaux. We decided to create out own cave paintings. We aged our paper with teabags first. Then we crushed the paper so that we would have a
After reading Roddy Doyle’s ‘The Giggler Treatment’ we decided to make dioramas of our favourite scenes. We used art equipment from school and also items we had collected from home. Don’t they look fantastic!
During Science week we had a visit from Mike who really brought science to life for 3rd and 4th class. We enjoyed learning about science in a fun and interactive way.