Well done to our fantastic 5th class pupils who took part in Fridays Young Scientist exhibition in the RDS. They demonstrated their zero emissions robots. Our thanks to Ms. Kane for entering her class in this fantastic event.http://saintbrigids.ie/wp/pwa/wp-content/uploads/sites/15/2020/01/IMG_4390
Demo of how the lungs work !A boy in 5th class created an incredible model of a plant cell.Osgur made funny elephant toothpaste !David, Jack and Charlie made a clay volcano and then they made it erupt!Mr. Doyle demonstrates Chloe’s denisty experiment.Thank you Mr. Doyle for organising our Science F
Omar, Stephen and Gabriel from 6th class visited Room 6 today to demonstrate their Science Week experiment. The Senior Infant children were amazed as they watched them using vinegar and baking soda to inflate a balloon.
Here we see a great coke experiment that would put anyone off drinking it !
Look at the wonderful science week projects in 2ND class today! Wow! We are very impresssed.
Monday 12th is the beginning of Science week. We have a scientist coming in on Tuesday to demonstrate some cool science stuff to 5th and 6th classes. We are also expecting to see lots of projects shared at different class levels.
Mrs. Rice class began making shapes and then progressed to building tall buildings and bridges.
6th class conducted three experiments:Bernouli’s Principle...How planes fly using a ping pong ball and a balloonBernoulli’s principle helps explain that an aircraft can achieve lift because of the shape of its wings. They are shaped so that that air flows faster over the top of the wing and slower u
1st Class went outside to demonstrate the exploding diet coke and mentos sweet experiment. It was like an oil geysher . How does it happen?The Mentos serves as a little factory and launchpad for bubbles—supercharging the normal bubble-formation process in the Coke. The mint’s rough surface has thous
Senior Infants were experimenting with magnets to see how they attract and repel from each other.[AFG_gallery id=’30’]
5th Class demonstrated closed circuit electrical experiments using batteries, wire and bulbs . They also had a potato powered calculator. Robert explained it was to do with the chemical reactions inside the potato could be diverted to a calculator by adding copper and metal. We also saw battery op