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2nd class design, make and measure bridges

2nd class design, make and measure bridges

Last week, 2nd class read a wonderful book called Iggy Peck Architect by Andrea Beaty. In this story there’s a little boy who is always building things. When he went on a school tour, the bridge to their picnic area collapsed and he and his class had to build a new bridge to get back […]

Orienteering – Second Class

Orienteering – Second Class

Second Class took part in an orienteering lesson with Ms.James. They worked in pairs to find matching cards under cones around the astro pitch. It was a lot of fun!

Second class’ spontaneous sing song

IMG_1128 click on link to enjoy Nothing like some impromptu group singing to finish off Art! We’re sure you’ll agree it’s a catchy tune!

Valentine’s Day -2nd Class

Valentine’s Day -2nd Class

We made Valentine’s Day clay love hearts in class. We then painted them and wrapped them up nicely to bring home to our loved ones. We also learned about the life of Saint Valentine. Thoughts on Valentine’s Day: Laura – “I like Valentine’s Day because it is a special day. It is a day you show love and show how much you care for
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2nd Class Visit to the DSPCA

Today 2nd class enjoyed learning all about the great work the DSPCA do. We got to visit the donkeys, goats,cats and even petted some adorable puppies. 

Other Countries by Second Class

Other Countries by Second Class

We studied different countries. We learned all about India and the Taj Mahal. We dressed up in Indian costumes and did projects on Indian culture. We also learned about other famous world landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben and the Great Wall o…

1st & 2nd Class visit The Ark

First and second class enjoyed a visit to The Ark yesterday to see Tracks in the Snow by the Henry sisters. A great time was had. 

Happy Halloween!

Something mysterious happened in Marshalstown just over a week ago. All of the children vanished and were replaced with witches, vampires, goblins, wizards, superheroes, skeletons, babies and many more weird and wonderful creations! Luckily, all the children had the midterm … Continue reading

Happy Halloween!

Something mysterious happened in Marshalstown just over a week ago. All of the children vanished and were replaced with witches, vampires, goblins, wizards, superheroes, skeletons, babies and many more weird and wonderful creations! Luckily, all the children had the midterm … Continue reading

Second class storytelling at the National Art Gallery

Yesterday second class enjoyed a trip to the National Art Gallery where we learned about Irish artist Sir Frederic William Burton. We were really interested in discussing some of his paintings and later, using prompts we created stories of our own. 

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