Second class put on their scientist coats today! We all know that plants need water to survive so the children created an experiment to prove this how water travels through plants. They observed the amazing results!
Abby’s Grandad, Michael Casey, is an author and he sent us in a draft of his new book that is in the process of being published. We were very lucky to have a visit from him today. He came in to tell us about his book and to tell us about life as an author. We picked up lots of storytelling tips from him. We all want to be authors when we grow up… Here are some photos from the visit…
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We are learning all about Australia in second class. Ms Ryan’s class had a very special visit on Monday from Sophie’s Dad who is from Australia. He came in to tell us all about what life is like in Australia. Sophie’s Dad brought in a real didgeridoo, … Continue reading
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Second class used their imaginations, teamwork, communication and problem solving skills to create games using cones, hoops and a ball. The games were so impressive and all very varied. Maith sibh!
We are having great fun in second class trying to solve problems with this hopping frog! Here is a link to the website if you would like to practice at home:
Meeting for Parents/Guardians on Monday, 17th November 2014
at 8.00 p.m. in the School Hall.
lapping up the glorious summer sunshine,
playing old school playground games on the grass,
running for our lives and racing in relays for sports day,
predicting the outcome of the World Cup,
and flying our hopes and dreams for second class on paper planes,
…Room 11 are embracing the Joys of June!
We had a brilliant day at Energy Fun Centre!
Room 11 and Room 12 made the most of the beautiful sunny day today! Hopefully we will get lots more opportunities to dine al fresco!
There was great excitement in Room 12 today! We were quietly doing our work when we heard beautiful singing from outside our window! There was a big flock of birds eating our bird cakes! We spied on the starlings so that we wouldn’t frighten them away. They had colourful designs on their feathers. They had beautiful, sweet singing voices. By lunchtime, there was only half a bird cake left! We are glad that the birds liked our bird cakes.
Watch out for some fine fat starlings flying around Bayside!