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We had such a great time on our school tour to Clara Lara. There was a mix of so many activities and we even got a little bit wet. The weather stayed dry for us and we all were very tired coming home. All the signs of a good day!
ell what a week it was! We had such fun running the block with the other classes, visiting the tennis courts, participating in novelty races, having senior sports day and dancing our hearts out at the danceathon. We're tired even saying the huge list of activities we had! What fun! Have a look at the pictures below:
We had great fun taking part in Active week. We really enjoyed activities such as senior sports day, hit the block and the danceathon. Check out some pictures of us below!
Great fun was had learning all about the life cycle of butterfly with first hand experience watching our tiny caterpillars journey through metamorphosis emerging as beautiful monarch butterflies where we released them into the school garden.
Ms. Dunne's fourth class have been super busy this term with lots of different activities and initiatives!
We did a country study of Norway and did lots of work on this country in our classes. We also worked in groups and created large projects which we presented to our classmates. Have a look below at us presenting our wonderful projects!
As Easter is very much in the air at the moment we have been very busy doing all things Easter themed. Most recently, we got into the Easter spirit by making Easter bunnies while showcasing our lovely Easter bonnets!
Ms Dunne’s English group created this catchy chant. Some rappers in the making?
Water, water everywhere and the children of 4th class did not care. From the minute we arrived to Clara Lara, children were engaged in water activities from water slides to boating. Our photos show the great day we had....
Some video clips from our day:
This week, nine sessions of guitar lessons, culminated in a most entertaining performance by the children of fourth class. They strummed, sang and danced to entertain their parents and other classes. They did their teachers, including Mr. Nea their guitar instructor, very proud. Special thanks to the PTA for funding the lessons.
As part of Science Week we investigated materials and how they change. We separated cream into a solid (butter) and liquid (buttermilk) by shaking it in a different containers. The single cream worked best for us in the glass jar. We enjoyed our butter on crackers.
We had great fun celebrating Science Week!
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