Category Archives: 2nd Class 17/18

Fun in the Garden!

Room 15 have been enjoying the amazing sunshine in our school garden. We have loved looking at the growing flowers and herbs, and identified and enjoyed the lovely aroma of mint, lavender rosemary and lemon balm! Today we spent the afternoon exploring capacity in the grounds of our lovely garden. The children were split into groups and made use of the water tubs kindly
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Light and Shadows

        Room 15 made the most of the sun when learning about light and shadows this week. We went outside and drew around our shadow poses. When we went out again at a later time of day, we found that  our shadows were in a different place because the sun had moved in the sky.


Gymnastics Room 15

Room 15 have been enjoying gymnastics with Carla for the past few weeks. Today we learned how to forward roll properly. Well done everyone who participated so well! 


First Confessions

We would like to wish all of our 2nd classes the very best of luck as they make the Sacrament of Reconciliation tomorrow, Saturday April 21st.  


Measurement Maths Trail Rm 15

Room 15 were busy out in the sunshine today taking measurements of various parts of the yard. It was great to get out and enjoy some outside learning today with Ms. McHugh!


Planting Room 15

Room 15 have been learning all about plants and what they need to grow from their teacher Ms. McHugh. Everyone got a chance to plant some cress seeds this week.Room 15 is very excited to see their plants grow and they are enjoying taking great care of them.


Book Week!

Room 15 doing paired reading with 6th class (room 1) to celebrate Book Week in our school.


10@10

We are participating in RTÉ Operation Transformation’s 10@10. Classes are encouraged to do some physical activity for 10 minutes each day. Here is the link to the videos on rte junior website. https://rtejr.rte.ie/10at10/   “Don’t just sit, Go get fit” Pictured are Room 15!


Chinese New Year!

Room 15.


Polar Projects!

Room 15 have been very interested in learning about the Polar regions lately. In fact, such was the thirst for knowledge about the ice caps and what could survive there, it prompted us to engage in some research on the school ipads and produce some wonderful mini Polar projects for display in our classroom. Here is a selection of what we did: