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Birch Class used Chromebooks today to carry out research on Antarctic animals. They all found out very interesting facts about their appearance, habitat and diet.
The Birch Class have worked tremendously hard over the past few weeks on Recount Writing. We studied some examples to understand the structure and Elaine modelled some recount writing. Elaine and the Birch class worked together to write their own recount. The final step was independent writing ; everyone wrote an amazing recount of our trip to the Garda station. The effort and focus from everybody was absolutely amazing! Well done!
What: Penguins of Madagascar (PG rating)
When: 6-7.30pm Thursday 21st November 2019
Where: School Hall
Who: Everyone welcome
Tickets: €5 (single) €10 (family)
Our student council Movie Night in term 2 takes place on Thursday, 21st November 2019. The Student Council voted for the movie Penguins of Madagascar. The screening will take place in the school hall on the big projector! Children are welcome to bring snacks and there will be a tuck shop selling treats on the night too. Children are welcome to bring along siblings, friends other family members. Tickets €5 (single) €10 (family) will be on sale outside the school every morning/afternoon and online too. Tickets will also be available on the night.
Thank you so much to Garda Daire for organising our trip to Blanchardstown Station. We got to see the offices, the cells, the interview rooms, patrol vehicles and even got our fingerprints taken!
Everyone in the whole school is incredibly impressed with the Birch class today! To celebrate Raising Awareness to Developmental Language Disorder Day, Birch Class spent some time preparing advice on how to be a good communicator. We shared these top tips with everyone in Assembly today. Everyone thought these tips were really helpful and the boys said they felt very happy and proud of themselves. What a great achievement!
Birch Class have really enjoyed all the Maths week activities- we have done tessellation Maths Art, Maths trails, puzzles and the very popular estimation station. Pumpkins were provided from the school garden and the pupils estimated how heavy it was. We also had a guest speaker talk to us all about how Maths is important in computer programming. We are all feeling very inspired about how important Maths is in all our lives!