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Sixth Class

Lego

The sixth class have been busy working with Lego lately.

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But not just any Lego! They have been working with Lego We Do which is a coding programme.

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Their first day with the kits saw them design various Lego kits and present them to the class, utlising different sensors such as motion sensors and tilt sensors.

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Their last instruction was to design a racecar to enter into a race! The car had to start when it sensed the blockade in front of it being removed and then stop if it sensed any obstacle in its path. This involved first designing the racecars, then coding it!

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Look at the fun we had!

Comics

Sixth Class have  been designing their own comic strips lately!

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Using comics such as the Beano and the Dandy for inspiration, they have been creating their own scenarios and drawing and decorating their own comic strips!

We have quite the illustrators in sixth! Here are some of the completed strips.

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Busy Coders!

Sixth Class have been busy coding of late!

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Using Scratch, they have been exploring how to make their sprites move, how to write code and instructions for Scratch etc.

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Some of their work has been excellent - it's clear we have many future coders in our midst!

Room Projects 2017

Well done to the sixth class who produced some excellent Art projects lately. Set with the task of designing their 'Perfect Room', the students used shoeboxes and other materials to create rooms, furniture, carpets, wallpaper etc.

The results are terrific, don't you agree! Take a look below!

 

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Intel Mini Scientist Fair 2017

Well done to all in sixth class who produced some excellent science projects for this year's Mini Scientist exhibition.

This year we had eight different projects with all of the twenty nine children involved.

We had projects that dealt with chemistry in the kitchen, boat power, why hands get wrinkled in water, whether birds are colour blind, the science behind eggs dropping, magnet power, left and right hand domination and why yeast is so important to cooking!

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All the projects were displayed on Wednesday, 22nd November and we had a huge turnout with all classes and many parents coming to view the displays.

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In the end, the Kitchen Chemistry project project that Caoimhe, Emma, Leah and Sarah produced came second overall. 

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Well done to all the students on their terrific work!!!

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