Last week we learned about the Normans coming to Ireland. We created some 3D Norman castles, played some Norman games (blind man's buff) and created some freeze frames of Norman festivals.
We have had a great few weeks showing off our projects!
It has been great to see the pupils have such pride in their work!
Well done everyone :)
Last week we learned about our lungs and how they function.
The class tested their breathing before and after exercising and learned that our breathing gets faster after exercising as our body needs more oxygen.
Pupils also worked together in small groups to test how the respiratory system works, using just a plastic bottle and 2 balloons. One balloon was secured to the lid of the bottle to represent the lung, and another was secured to the bottom of the bottle to show the diaphragm.
As they pulled the ‘diaphragm’ down, the balloon filled with air and expanded, just as our lungs do.
Today we said goodbye to Nour!.
We will all really miss her!
We wish her and her family all the best.
It only comes around every 4 years! And this will probably be the first world cup all our young learners will remember! Just like 2002 for me, I have some great memories! We have connections to some teams still competing, even though Ireland didn't make it! France, Poland and Russia, to name three! So hopefully these countries can make their mark on the competition!
We based our art lessons on the 32 countries of the world cup, have a look below to see how we used the countries colours to create some cool posters!
Here are the other pictures from the school tour, as promised!