Senior Infants went on a picnic this morning and brought their teddys with them. They had a great time!
Watch Juliette, who is in Senior Infants in our school, on Virgin Media news celebrating Autism Awareness Day 2021.She gives a fantastic sign off to the news report! Well done Juliette!I met Juliette today, and she gave the best sign-off to a report I've ever seen. You'll also hear her sing in this
Take a look at the children in Room 5 who have been learning to code with Bee Bots this week.
We are so impressed with all the learning that the children in Room 8 are doing during this lockdown. See a selection of their work in the video below.Well done Room 8!
The boys and girls from Room 2 were very busy last week. They went on sound hunts for ‘e’, ‘c’, ‘k’, and ‘n’ words, came up with and wrote out ‘at’ words and practiced their writing so beautifully. They did lots of maths activities in their maths book, on MathsSeeds and through games they played wit
Santa returned to St. Brigid’s on Wednesday morning to visit the boys and girls from the even classes.He has a special message for all the children that you can listen to below……
We had a very exciting, socially-distanced visit from Santa Claus to the school on Tuesday. He told us all about his busy preparations in the North Pole. He especially enjoys his visits to St. Brigid’s as his reindeers can go to visit their Irish cousins in the Phoenix park. Santa is back in our s
Take a look at the children in room 8 coding with Bee Bots in their pods!
Room 2 had great fun this week for Science week. We made our very own volcano, explored static electricity and what classroom items sank or floated.
Take a look at some of the fantastic Science experiments in Senior Infants Room 6 for Science Week 2020. They have been very busy!
Room 4 had a very busy week this week!Take a look at some of their science experiments: Dancing Raisins, Lava Lamps, Coke and Mentos Explosions, Static Electricity with Balloons, Gummy Bears Experiment, Making Levers, Ramps and Surfaces, Drawing Insects, Fire: Oxygen v Carbon Dioxide and Floating
The children in Room 3 Junior Infants have been very busy for Science Week 2020. They completed five activities focusing on floating and sinking, levers and pulleys, ramps, materials and friction, analysing insects and investigating how a candle need O2 to stay lit.
Science week is a little different this year in our school unfortunately but there are lots of exciting activities and experiments still going on in class!Take a look at what the children in Room 1 have been learning about this week. Working in stations they have explored objects that float or sink.
Some of the children in Senior Infants, 3rd and 6th class took part in EU code week.The children were coding in their pods with Bee Bot floor robots, the Rainforest coding adventure game and using code builder with Minecraft Education.EU Code Week is a initiative which aims to bring coding and dig
Tomorrow we start a little earlier.. Rooms 1 and 3 begin at 8:40 and rooms 2 and 4 begin at 9 am. Please use the same lines as this morning.Hometime is 11:50 for rooms 1 and 3 and 12:10 for 2 and 4. Collect from classroom doors.Apologies for the locked gate this afternoon. Here are a few photos of
Look out! Look out! There are sharks about in Junior Infants.
Junior Infants are hard at work learning all about turtles and dolphins. They are also using their maths eyes to do a home maths trail.
The nature lovers in Junior Infants are spotting all kinds of amazing sights. Asher found giant mushrooms and Ethan spotted a wasp’s nest. Luckily it was abandoned.
Junior Infants have been learning all about ladybirds. But some of the pupils know really interesting facts. James told Ms. O’Connor that ladybirds have really bad eyesight and that’s why they have feelers. And did you know that bees fart???
The children in Room 1 learned all about bees today. They have a prickly sting but make us yummy honey!
The children in Room 1 have been learning about spiders this week.
Junior Infants is nearly over.How the time has flown.Here is a taste of some things we did.Look how much we’ve grown!
The children in Junior Infants have been learning about the farm and farming. Take a look at some more of their work at home this week.