Take a look at the children from Room 13 who shared lots of science experiments with the class for Science Week 2022.
The children in Room 5 have been working with BeeBots over the last few weeks as part of their STEM activities.See some of the activities they have worked on in the video below.
Ms. Molloy’s 3rd class are taking part in the STEPS Young Engineers Awards Project this year.They had a visit from an engineer, Mr. Dave Keeshan, this week. Mr. Keeshan is a past pupil of our school and was excited to return and see all the children’s work.They all presented the projects they have
The children in Room 31 recently completed some fabulous art work using Sphero robots as part of their STEM projects. They created paintings in the style of the artist Jackson Pollack using Spheros instead of brushes! They controlled the robots using the Sphero Edu app on iPads.Take a look at the ch
6th class Mr. Lysaght took part in a virtual workshop today with Microsoft Dreamspace for Science Week 2022.They discussed and explored both non-renewable and renewable energy sources through Minecraft Education, looking at the future of energy in our world.
We were delighted to receive our school certificate for the coding activities the children in St. Brigid’s took part in over the last few weeks.
Some more activities for Code week 2022:6th class Room 32 took part in a virtual workshop with the DreamSpace team at Microsoft. They explored what the Cloud is, discussed the role of the cloud in our lives and what a data centre is. Then they were lucky enough to complete activities on a brand new
Code Week 2022 got off to a great start in St. Brigids with 2nd class Room 12 coding with Scratch Jr and Senior Infants working with BeeBots for lots of different literacy and maths activities.
Thanks again to the Dreamspace team for another virtual workshop this week.6th class Room 30 worked together to build launchpads, rockets and space ships with Minecraft Education. They discussed lots of interesting facts about space, the technology involved and the important resources astronauts nee
6th class pupils from Room 31 took part in a live, virtual workshop with Microsoft Dreamspace for World Animal Day.They examined climate change issues and how they are affecting animals and our world, and explored and completed activities on a new Minecraft Education world called Frozen World.They
The children in 4th class Room 24 were working with speed and pulleys recently with the Lego WeDo 2.0 materials. they investigated how changing the wheels, adding weighted bricks, changing the pulleys etc. might affect the speed and movement of their racing car. They also added motion sensors to con
The children in Rooms 17 & 18 have been working with the Lego WeDo Science and Engineering materials over the last few weeks. They have built and programmed moving satellites, windmills and Milo the Science Rover.
The children in 5th class Room 27 have been busy making parachutes this week while working on their STEM Egg drop activity. They have been investigating and experiementing about the the effects of air resistence and gravity on their parachute.First they dropped an egg on its own. Then they tried ou
Take a look at some of the fantastic projects completed by Ms. G. Fay’s 5th class over the last few weeks. They built and programmed Cooling Fans, Moving Satellites, Milo the Science Rover and other scice projects looking at pulling, speed, robust structure, plants and pollinators and preventing flo
The children in Room 7 have been working in the Hub over the last few weeks in their pods. They have been completing lots of different coding activities with the Bee Bots.
Take a look at some of the coding projects 5th and 6th class have been working on recently.6th class, Mr. Lysaght have been working with Spheros, Hour of code activities and Minecraft coding.5th class, Mr. Harrison have been working with the WeDo Lego materials to create some excellent guided proje
6th class participated in a live on-line science event hosted by The Rediscovery Centre.They investigated what happens when you add acids and bases into the juices from a red cabbage.
Some Valentine’s Day coding with spheros in our STEM room today……
The children in Mr. Harrison’s 5th class are working with Lego WeDo materials to create and code their own models. They have built spinning fans, moving satellites and Milo the science rover. They have also being working with motion sensors. Take a look at what they have made.
The children in Mr. Lysaght’s 6th class have been completing some coding activities this week. Take a look at some of the Google logo’s they designed using scratch code.
The 5th class children in Room 25 are working with WeDo Lego education kits to build and code models. Take a look at some of their models and fantastic coding in the video below:
The children in Room 8 have been learning to code with BeeBots over the last few weeks. Take a look at some of their activities below:
Take a look at the STEM projects completed by Room 28 5th class over the last few weeks. The children have been working in their pods with the WeDo 2.0 materials from Lego Education to build and code their models. They have also been working to control their models with motion sensors.
Some of the girls in our school may be interested in free scratch coding workshops. These are being run by Designer Minds from 8th until 16th November as part of Science week 2021.Further information can be found at the link below. https://designerminds.ie/science-week-2021Dojomór are also holding f