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Anti Bullying Week First Class A

Anti-Bullying Week - Kindness corner

In First Class A we really enjoyed Anti-bullying week. We read the story of the invisible boy which told the story of Brian who felt like nobody show him until a new boy started in his class. Brian wrote him a kind note which made the boy feel very welcome. The children wrote notes to Brian to show kindness back to him. We created a kindness corner in our room to promote kindness and showing respect others.

We also took part in the art competition for Anti-bullying week. Comhghairdeas to Jake from our class who won the competition.

Kindness Corner

Grandparents Acrostic Poems

As part of Grandparent's Day, we spoke about what we would like to display on our walls for our Grandparents and the children decided on a poem.
We had great fun trying to come up with adjectives to describe our grandparents for an acrostic poem - the word trickster came up a lot when we were brainstorming for the letter T! Grandparents Poems

Dancing in First Class

As part of PE this month, the children in first class were busy practicing their dance moves this week, sequencing some fist pumps and rocking out! image7Dancingimage12

Seahorse Man Webinar

Meet the Scientist - First Class A

The children completed the final webinar in the Meet the Scientist series with Kealan Doyle - the Seahorse Man. Kealan is a marine biologist who specialises in the conservation of Seahorses. He told the children how he trained to be a marine biologist and how he has spent time researching marine life in exciting locations such as the Galápagos Islands and Thailand. He also showed the children coral he is growing which will be transported to the Irish sea. We were also treated to a live view of seahorses and other fish such as clown fish. We found out some very interesting information. The children were amazed to learn Daddy Seahorse have the babies and all clownfish are born male.

Seahorse Man

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Saint Brigid

Saint Brigid's Day 2024

On Saint Brigid's Day the children attended a Saint Brigid's Day webinar with best-selling children’s author Caroline Busher. She told the children all about the life of Saint Brigid and some of the legends about our female patron saint. The children were then treated to a cross making workshop with Gerry. We made our own Saint Brigid's Crosses. They did a great job, well done!!

Crois Naomh Bríd

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