For the past 7 weeks the children in 4th and 5th class have enjoyed learning about cycle safety with Colm and Eoin. They learned how to fit their helmets correctly, ensure their bikes were in correct working order, the rules of the road for cyclists, how to stop safely and much more!
The children enjoyed performing music using our new musical instruments. Tambourines, maracas, drums and boomwhackers were all used.
Fourth and Fifth Class have been very busy preparing their projects for the Intel Mini Scientist Competition. Here they are all set up for the intel Judges to come and judge their projects. Good luck to all the boys and girls in the competition and well done for all your hard work!
Cross Country trials took place in Kilbride National School this morning with Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Class. Well done to all the boys and girls for completing the trials! Congratulations to all the boys and girls who qualified to represent Kilbride National School at the Cross Country on 25th November 2022. Well done to all everyone today!
4th and 5th class were delighted to receive a reply to their letters that they sent to their pen pals in St. Stephen's N.S. Navan. They are having great fun learning about each other through the 'writing to socialise' writing genre.
Fourth and Fifth Class have performed their nativity for the rest of the school. Everyone really enjoyed it!! Well done to all the boys and girls. You were all amazing! The parents are in for a treat tomorrow!!
4th and 5th class created their own 'melting clocks' inspired by Salvador Dali's famous work 'The Persistence of Memory'.
The children in 4th and 5th class have been learning about Cinquain poetry and have written their own poem about GingerBread Men!
In maths this week we are working on the topic of 'weight'. The children are enjoying weighing different items and reading the weights both in digital form and from a traditional kitchen scales.
As part of the Curious Minds Programme we investigated and designed our own boats.
Fifth Class took part in first aid training today in Kilbride National School. They did a great job and learned lots of life saving techniques today. Thank you to Stephen Leonard Memorial Cycle (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100077090454157) Gary Costello and all the committee members!