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Intel Mini Scientist Competition 2016

This year, the fourth and fifth classes again entered the Intel Mini Scientist Competition.

Lots of fun was had in preparing the different projects for the competition, which was held on the 30th of October.

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In total, there were 21 different projects between the two classes. 

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The judges were very impressed on the day with the effort gone into creating the projects, the variety of projects, the visual displays on show and the level of knowledge of the children.

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Efforts from fourth class included looking at water pollution, looking at how piers work, creating electricity from lemons and apples, creating rockets, looking at how volcanoes work, how avalanches work, looking at electricity, the effect of sound waves, how parachutes work, to name but a few!

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We had most of the classes in the school come up to take a look along with many parents and relatives! We had huge crowds throughout the day.

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Eventually, out judges viewed all the projects and deliberated.

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They gave the fourth class recommendation to Anna and Meadhbh for their project on water pollution. 

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The judges then revealed the overall winner between the two classes - Shannon and Ellen's project on 'Understanding how to Power Light'! 

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All the particpants got a goodie bag from Intel and the two girls will now represent Kildalkey in the regional final in Intel on Thursday, December 8th!

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Well done to all involved. Thanks to Intel for their generosity and to the judges for taking the time to come out and view the projects. Best of luck to Shannon and Ellen in the regional final.

Intel Mini Scientist Winners 2016

Well done to our Mini Scientist winners for 2016!

On Wednesday, 30th October, the fourth and fifth class put on a Mini Scientist exhibition in School Two.

The standard of entries were very high and the competition was fierce.

The judges deliberated and gave recommendation to Callum's project in fifth class and Anna and Meadhbh's project in fourth class.

They then gave the overall prize to Shannon and Ellen in fourth class for their project on 'Understanding how to Power Light'.

The girls will represent the school in Intel on December 8th in Intel in the regional final.

Well done girls!!

Winners Mini Scientist

Science Fair Prep

Fourth Class have been busying themselves in preparation for the Mini Scientist Exhibition.

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The Exhibition is on the 30th of November from 1 o'clock to 3 o'clock.

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The students have been preparing scientific hypotheses and experiments for the big day.

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Lots of work has been done!!!

Paper Helicopter Fun

Fourth class have been exploring with paper helicopters recently!

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They cut out paper helicopters and explored how to change their rate of spin, the length of time the helicopter stayed in the air, the direction of its spin etc.

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Fun was had!

Fancy Dress Fun!

Fourth Class had great fun on Friday, 28th October.

As part of the Hallowe'en fun, all the class dressed up in fancy dress.

We had many types of costumes. Clearly a lot of students and parents were up early on Friday morning preparing!

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