Category Archives: 3rd & 4th

This category contains posts relating to 3rd and 4th class.

3rd Class School Work

The aim of this daily work plan is to keep the children moving forward. Please feel free to supplement or tailor work according to your child’s needs. Additional websites recommended by our teaching staff are available in the Our School … Continue reading

4th Class School Work

The aim of this daily work plan is to keep the children moving forward. Please feel free to supplement or tailor work according to your child’s needs. Additional websites recommended by our teaching staff are available in the Our School … Continue reading

Project Work and Additional Resources

A list of useful websites and apps useful-websites-and-app-list www.movesforlife.ie  Chess projects for school children. https://www.duolingo.com  for Irish – helps children to improve their Irish https://ncse.ie/online-resources – Online Resources for Children with Special Educational Needs These are optional projects children can undertake … Continue reading

A story about being at home during the Coronavirus

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World Book Day

Children had great fun this year on World Book Day. Children brought in their favourite book and sat and read with a buddy from a different class. 12►

Story Time

Ms McMahon’s 3rd Class have been studying Narrative Writing over the past number of weeks. As part of the process, they got to read their own stories to a very captive Junior and Senior Infant audience.  

Trocaire Visit

Printing

Children were busy printing with fruit and vegetables in Ms McMahon’s room.  

Our heart nearly missed a beat

Children in Ms McMahon’s room were busy learning about the heart. We learned about the shape of our heart and what it does. We got to investigate how exercise speeds up our heart rate and how to take our pulse. We even got to … Continue reading

Lá Fhéile Bhríde

Children made St Brigid’s Crosses to celebrate the feast of St Brigid on 1st February. The crosses were blessed at the St. Brigid’s Day Mass in Lacken Church.