We’ve been using the Lego WeDo 2.0 kits and learning lots about problem solving, designing, coding and collaboration. This week we completed three projects where we coded a light
If you can not access Google Classroom, here is some work you can try in your copies and books at home. If possible though please login to Google Classroom to
Mr Carroll’s, Ms Connolly’s and Ms Murphy’s 6th classes, as well as Ms Lawlor’s and Ms Griffin’s 5th classes have completed the Marathon Kids Programme. Over the past 8 weeks
This week we learned about the Musculoskeletal system in science – that includes all our muscles and bones. Did you know the average person has 206 bones in their body
We got 250 dojos since coming back after midterm so we planted some bulbs in the garden today to help get it ready for spring as our reward. Looking forward
We made paper spinners (one big and one small) in our pods. We then carried out a fair test investigation to see which spinner would fall quicker. The big one
In Mr. Carroll’s class we did some more learning about the respiratory system today. This time by taking a trip inside the human body to take a closer look at
We’re learning all about the body systems – today was the respiratory system!
We are taking part in the Marathon Kids programme the year. We have just completed week 3 of 8. We have to run four days a week. In week
We had great fun working on these STEM challenges today for Maths Week
Take a look at some of the great posters we created to make everyone aware of the causes and effects of climate change!
Mr. Carroll’s 6th Class had a discussion all about climate change for #ClimateActionWeek. Our Energy Detective makes sure the lights are off when we leave, we’re making sure to recycle
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