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WildaboutGardens.org – another interesting website

WildaboutGardens.org – another interesting website

Take a look at this website.
Wildaboutgardens.org
It is about wildlife in the garden
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Butterfly Goodbyes

We had great fun watching our little caterpillars transform into beautiful painted lady butterflies. Alas, it was time to say goodbye to Sky, Mary, Little flower, Missy and Frederick. We released them and waved goodbye, as we know they have such an imp…

Our first born BUTTERFLY

Our very first Painted Lady Butterfly has emerged from its Chrysalis. It is just getting used to its habitat right now. It will stay here for 3 days before being released with its friends. In the mean time we will feed it nectar and leave fruit and flo…

Caterpillars – Our fuzzy friends!

It has been really interesting so far, observing the changes that have occurred in our caterpillars, in one week! They started off so tiny and look at them now. They have been feeding so well and alot of waste, called frass, is evident in the jars. The…

Vegetable garden

A huge Thank you to Vinny and Marie and all their little helpers, who planted some potato, peas and cabbage today. We all look forward to watching the ‘fruits’ of your labour grow!

The Biodiversity in Schools website

The Biodiversity in Schools website

  This website was recommended to us: Biodiversity in Schools We like all the ideas for projects on it. You can find them HERE For example: Build a Bird Feeder, Carry out a Bird Survey Build a Bug House Create A Wildflower Patch. There are lots of great ideas there.

A Short Film about Sharks

A Short Film about Sharks

Click on THIS link to see a short video
‘Finconceivable’ by talented film maker Lily Williams.
This video is about what would happen if sharks became extinct.
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The Pip Project

The Pip Project

3rd Class Room 14 are doing a ‘Pip Project’. The children are really enthusiastic and it has really taken off. First the children were invited to plant any pips from the fruit they had for their lunches. Saorla found some mystery seeds in the yard and we have planted them. Perhaps we will end up […]

A Harvest of Pears

A Harvest of Pears

We have pears growing in the school grounds.
Thank you to Michael the caretaker and the
Parents’ Gardening Committee all their work.

Na boilb agus an cabáiste

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