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Sixth Class

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!









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.




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



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

Mini Scientist Fair 2017

Well done to all in fourth, fifth and sixth class who competed in the Mini-Scientist group today, Wednesday 22nd November.

The runners up were  Caoimhe, Emma, Leah and Sarah with their Kitchen Chemistry.


The winners were Anna, Ellen, Meadhbh and Shannon with DNA Power.


Well done to those two groups and all other groups!


Hallowe'en Dress-Up

Sixth class had great fun on Friday, 27th October when they dressed up for Hallowe'en.

Lots of great fancy dress costumes were worn including zombies, pirates, 80s children etc.


Don't they look scary!!1

The Time Warp!!!

In preparation for Hallowe'en, the sixth class students decided to learn the Time Warp Dance.

Two girls, Grace and Sarah, volunteered to teach the class. We had great fun learning the dance!


TW2Afterwards, the third class came down to learn the dance as well! Well done to both classes for learning it!

Zucchetto Visit

Sixth class were very fortunate to have been blessed with the presence of Pope John Paul's zucchetto recently.


A gift from Pope John Paul to Fr. Mark, Fr. Mark kindly allowed the zucchetto to be brought around the school by Mrs. Cogavin.

All the children got to view the zucchetto, in what was a very moving experience.


Thank you to Fr. Mark and Pauline for bringing in the zucchetto.

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