In First Class we are working on addition, 2D and 3D shapes in our maths stations! We love Maths! See some photos….
On Friday we worked with our buddies. As part of our Aistear topic (the home corner) we made houses by colouring a house outline, drawing around shapes for the doors, windows and chimneys and sticking them in the right place. We also told them the story from our reading books. We really enjoyed working with our buddies.
After our walk on Thursday our buddies came back to class with us. We drew a picture of them and they drew a picture of us.
On Thursday we went for a walk on the track around the Gaelic pitch with our Buddies in 6th class and the children from the Glen. We had a great time chatting to our buddies as we walked and had to find out their name and favourite colour. We wore our high vis vests.
In First Class we are learning all about Autumn and harvest time. We made some scarecrows in art. “We had lots of fun making them”, Warren. “We had a lot of cleaning up to do afterwards, the straw was very messy”, Róisín Here are some photos….
We have all settled in really well. Although we’ve only been in school for seven days we’ve been really busy – playing, working, settling into a routine, making friends and exercising to Gonoodle. We’ve had our first Gaelic coaching session, been to our first assembly and our first school mass, done a tour of the school, played in the soft play area and visited the school
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We painted our faces and discussed what we needed to add and the colours we would use.
We have had fun playing in the soft play area.
We’ve enjoyed playing with all the different toys in the classroom.
Although we had hoped that the construction of the new school extension would be well under at this stage, it is only beginning this week. Parents, please take note of the following carefully to ensure the safety and smooth running of the school during the period of construction. The construction of the new classroom and the three Learning Support rooms is expected to take
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