Friday was our chance to celebrate all of the birthdays that were missed over the lockdown. We celebrated in style at our 2nd Class party, with party hat making, Pass the Parcel, Musical Chairs, a fabulous birthday feast, Pinatas and of course a Water Fight to round it all off. Here are some of the … Read more2nd Class Birthday Party!!
We took a break from the Ukulele this week and went to work on our rhythm with an African Drumming workshop. It was great fun and we even composed a tune of our own!
It was Sport’s Day for 2nd Class and even though it was a bit different this year, we still had a great day playing Dodgeball, GAA, Hockey, Obstacle Courses and Parachute Games. Here are some of our highlights.
To celebrate the first of June and to make the most of the lovely weather, we headed to Newbridge, where there was fun in the playground and an outdoors games lesson.
Hi all, Luke O’Neill agreed to a Zoom call with the 5th and 6th Class children today at 11am. We were very impressed with their inquisitive questions and he was amazing in his breaking down of information on immunology, Covid19 and vaccines. Huge thanks to him as we kept him nearly 50 mins with all … Read moreLuke O’Neill Zoom call
This week in 2nd Class, we were studying light and shadows in Science, the story of Fionn and the Giant’s Causeway in History and how to make shadow puppets in Art. We combined all three together and recreated the story of Fionn and Benandonner through the use of shadow puppets. In groups we designed our … Read moreShadow Puppets in 2nd Class
It has been a busy but fun return to school in 2nd Class following the lockdown. We made the most of the weather and got outdoors to sow some seeds as well as planting potatoes and shallots in our class vegetable patch. We learned a new ceilidh dance in P.E. for Seachtain na Gaeilge … Read moreIt’s great to be back – 2nd Class!
Bhí seachtain iontach againn le haghaidh Seachtain na Gaeilge. An chuid ab fhearr a bhí againn ná foghlaim faoi uirlisí ceoil Éireannacha, damhsaí Gaeilge cosúil le port, ríl agus polca agus éisteacht le Fields of Athenry. Is fearr Gaeilge briste ná Béarla cliste!
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We have had a very busy but great week for Science week. We built bridges, made lava lamps and even took part in an online Science event about electricity. Today was Science Day where the children demonstrated their own experiments both in class and on SeeSaw. See below for some of the fun that we … Read moreScience Week in 2nd Class