We have been learning all about minibeasts this month. A minibeast is a small animal with no backbone – a spider, a worm, a fly, an earwig etc. Last week we decided to go on a minibeast hunt to see what types of minibeasts could be found on our school grounds. Check out the pictures […]
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On Wednesday, the Senior Infant classes went on their school tour to Bricks 4 Kidz. They had a fantastic time! The children spent the day using Lego to make all sorts of characters, objects and structures. Both imaginative play and problem solving skills were a big part of the day. Check out our pics below! […]
We have been having great fun with our new felt boards in Senior Infants. They are giving us a chance to practise all the vocabulary we have learned so far about the zoo, the doctors, the airport and many more topics. We love setting the scenes, chatting away and using our imaginations as we […]
This morning we had our Christmas Assembly. It was great fun! Each class sang a Christmas song or read a Christmas poem. We also came together to perform our ‘Jingle Bells’ dance as a school. Happy Christmas to all pupils, staff, families and friends of Stanhope Street Primary School. See you in 2018!
Yesterday morning our parents came into our class to help us make Christmas crafts. We had a great time! We made a reindeer, a gingerbread man and a Christmas tree. We listened to some Christmas music as we worked. It was all very festive! We would like to say thanks to our parents for making […]
As part of Science Week, our class made a type of slime called oobleck. First, we looked at the ingredients (water, cornflour and food colouring) and predicted what we would have to do with them in order to make slime. Next, we experimented with the ingredients until we were happy that we had produced a type […]
Ms Mullery’s class have just completed their Road Safety Classes and have received certificates from Hi-Glo Silver. They were also given reflective armbands, which they will be wearing to school everyday, now that the mornings are getting darker.
Our class has been exploring music from around the world. We decided that one of our favourite types of music was Indian music. We played percussion instruments along to some really funky Indian songs. We also learned a dance to the song ‘Jai Ho’. Check us out with our colourful scarves dancing away to the […]
We love when it’s time for Maths Stations in Senior Infants. We enjoy working together in small groups to figure out problems and experiment with cubes, links, pegs and much more!
We have been learning all about ourselves in Ms Mc Inerney’s class this September. We have chatted about our interests, our families, our bodies and our faces! As our class is full of talented artists we decided to create some self portraits to hang in our classroom. Before we began our self portraits we examined […]