Category Archives: First Class

First Class are busy at home

First Class are keeping busy at home learning all about transport. They have been using their imagination to make a bridge and here are some of their ideas.                                                       […]

First Class are busy at home

            Sophie has been keeping herself very active while at home, getting lots of fresh air, planting seeds and she decided to use her gymnastics skills to create her ‘Make a Bridge’ project. Well done Sophie and looking forward to seeing your flowers when they grow!

Some ideas for keeping busy at home

Here are some ideas for keeping busy at home! Put a tick beside it every time you do one of the following activities: Play a board game Read a book Create some junk art Do some gardening Make a fruit salad Do some baking Turn a shoebox into a rainforest Write a story Make a […]

Native Irish Animal Studies

First Class recently enjoyed researching some native Irish animals by using Juanita Browne’s fabulous book ‘My first Book of Irish Animals’. They used their Comprehension Strategy of  finding V.I.P’s, or ‘Very Important Points’….

Welly Daffodils!

Rang a haon were very excited to spot emerging daffodils from their welly-boots in the school garden which we planted back in October! We are looking forward to seeing some tulips soon after.

First Class have been busy creating lovely colourful artwork  shaking off the Winter and welcoming  Spring. They made St. Brigid’s cloak using paper weaving techniques and are all set for Valentine’s Day with beautiful Antoni Gaudi inspired paper mosaic lovehearts.

First term review in First Class

First Class read the story ‘Owl Babies’ and were very interested in learning all about these wise creatures. They did a great job in making their own owls from clay. We made our own greenhouses and planted sweet pea seeds. We were very excited to see the shoots sprouting in just a few weeks. First […]