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We celebrated the start of Advent today at Assembly and the Advent Sacred Spaces are on full view in the main lobby. Pat is going to be busy over the next two weeks getting the Crib ready as we more »
Today we were working on an hour of Code as part of our STEM programme here in St Fiacc’s. Children were creating a dance party following on from the Minecraft experience last week!
We are using our IT Boards in classrooms throughout the school to access Assembly throughout the past two years. Today, Mr Brennan was joined by 6th class for an Advent service, our gardening correspondant along with Ms Fleming and we more »
We have really been enjoying ourselves in Junior Infants so far this year, with lots of Aistear Play and STEM activities to keep us busy!
Third class really enjoyed science week and took part in different activities and investigations. We built tin foil towers, came up with new uses for paper clips, made paper helicopters, measured shadows throughout the day on our sundials, and investigated more »
5th Class were working hard on figuring out how to create the tallest tower using just tin foil.
Ms Minnock’s Class battled against a strong wind (Hairdrier) and severe rain (A Spray Bottle) to keep their Spaghetti, Marshmallow and Paper structures standing tall while learning all about Global Climate Justice. It was a great STEM lesson that all more »
Happy Halloween from third class.
We have been learning about the life cycle of a spider! Some pupils enjoyed learning about spiders more than others! Getting into the Halloween spirit!!!!
Things are getting spooky in Rang 4! Watch out for some spooky creatures heading home on Friday!!!
4th class have been enjoying listening and responding to ‘Carnival of the Animals’ by Camille Saint – Saens. We created some mosaic pictures that were inspired by the music!
4th Class used the process of Chromatography to separate colours in markers. We used filter paper to separate colours in different markers. We then used the filter paper to create some cool Halloween pictures! We hope you like our pictures!
Following our learning on animals and their habitats, 4th class created some amazing habitats for an animal of their choice! Here are just a small selection of the wonderful habitats that were made during our STEM activities! Maith thú more »
Fourth class had great fun identifying trees on our school grounds! We enjoyed drawing leaves and doing leaf and bark rubbings.
Fourth class have been enjoying using iPads to research Halloween in other countries during our Geography lesson!
Third class had great fun using robots to draw 2D shapes.
We were delighted to harvest our potatoes, carrots, parsnips and beetroots today that our 6th class planted last May!
3rd class loved learning all about the Incas and created their own Inca inspired headdresses.
5th and 6th classes had a ball today for European Sports Day where we had six activities; Rounders, Four Square, Athletics, Co-operative Games, Playground Games and an Mega Obstacle Course. All activities promote fundamental movement skills and teamwork! Thanks to more »