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3rd & 4th

Day of the Dead Skeletons

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Autumn trees inspired by pointilism

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Life cycle of a butterfly

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We have been observing and studying the amazing transformation of caterpillar into butterfly. Today we released our five butterflies: Flame, Silky, Wiggles, Victor and Cathy. We hope they will visit our plant boxes soon.


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Winter time art

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Habitat Study in Fairfield Park

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3rd and 4th class walked down to Fairfield park and carried out a habitat investigation. We looked at the plant and animal life in Fairfield park. Here are some photos of us carrying out our investigations and observations.

1916 Newspaper Reports

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3rd and 4th class have been hard at work writing articles imagining it was 1916. We first examined newspapers written about the Easter Rising from 1916. We then imagined we were journalists reporting on Monday 24th of April 1916.

Mothering Sunday

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3rd and 4th class made layered paper flowers and then planted them in miniature pots for mother's day.

School of Irish Archaeology

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We have been learning all about archaeology and the work of an archaeologist for the past six weeks. Mark from the School of Irish Archaeology has been teaching us about Ireland through the ages as well as what it takes to be an archaeologist!

Warm Hands Project

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We applied our knowledge of warm and cool colours to create our 'Warm Hands Project'


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In September we learnt a lot about bees and we even made our own bees, take a look..

As well as learning about bees in the classroom we also went to see a lovely play about bees in The Ark. We learnt about bumblebees, honey bees and solitary bees!