Shared Education Sports with Girls and Boys from All Children's
Fitness Day Healthy Treats
Superhero / Colours Day
P3 Visit the Folk and Transport Museum
Everyone had a great time at the Folk and Transport Museum at Cultra on Thursday 26th. There was lots to see and the time flew by. The rain stayed bar one occasion but it did not dampen our spirits. There were lots of photos taken.
A Special Treat for Primary 3.
We visited Island's Park on Friday between Mass and the heats of St Mary's Got Talent. The sun came out and as the behaviour in the chapel had been very good we took both P3 classes to the park on the way home.
A Rural Bug Hunt in Tollymore Forest Park in the next of our Shared Education Lessons with All Children's.
Tuesday 17th April saw the next Shared Education lesson with the Primary 3 girls and boys from All Children's. This time it was a visit to Tollymore Forest Park to conduct a Bug Survey.
Demonstrating fractions with a cake, apples and chocolate !
Eating Buns for Lent !
Helping the Primary 5s raise money during Lent by buying and eating buns !
A talk about Writing and Editing Books
Ruby's mummy came into our class and talked to everyone in P3 about her job writing and editing books. She brought along a couple of Mr Men books she had written and some other books she had read, edited, got pictures drawn for, put together, published, sent to the shops and put on the shelves for us to buy.
Easter Egg Hunt !
Out looking for eggs during the Parents' Support Group Easter Egg Hunt 2018
Sponsored Netball Shots and Penalty Kicks
Taking our Netball Shots and penalty Kicks to raise money during Lent
Talking Mr Prenter's Class Through How to Make Fossil Print
Tomos showing the Mr Prenter's P3 class how we made our fossil prints
Happy St Patrick's Day 2018.
The children who came in to school wearing headbands, hats, etc. to celebrate St Patrick's Day
Funky Hair Day
Some of the hair colours and styles for Funky Hair Day on Friday 9th March.
Lots of fun in the snow !
Shared Education Visit to Castlewellan Forest Park on Tuesday 27th February.
Forestry Guide Ann Mc Comb with the children from the three Primary 3 classes from our school and All children's.
Hugging trees as part of our Shared Education trip to Castlewellan Forest Park on Tuesday 27th February.
One of the new displays. This is part of our Dinosaur display. it is on the wall outside our room. It mirrors the display on the other side of the volcano outside Mr Prenter's class.
Our Friendship Tree
As part of our Shared Education project this academic year, both schools were asked to make a "Friendship Tree." The tree should hang somewhere prominently within the school and have a photo of each child in Primary 3. Ours hangs on the wall just before our classroom in the Yellow Zone. It looks very well ! It also ties in very nicely with our Forest Theme and work.
Shared Education Visit to All children's I P S
The Primary 3 classes met up again with the girls and boys from All Children's on Tuesday 23rd January. The session followed on from the group visit earlier in the month to Castlewellan Forest Park where the children became animal detectives. All the pupils had to research a forest animal. They could find out more about a hedgehog, rabbit, hare, deer, otter, red squirrel, fox or badger. The children then took their fact page with their findings with them and wrote a report with help from their friends. It was finished off with a picture.
The Primary 3 girls and boys from our school met up in Castlewellan Forest park with their counterparts from All Children's on Tuesday 9th January. Although dry, it was very cold or so the adults thought ! The children were told about forest animals that inhabit the forest and the rivers nearby before splitting up into groups and walking through the forest. They became Animal Detectives for the morning and built Hedgehog Hibernation Homes.
Carelessness, Laziness and Stupidity Kills !
Gary Sloan, a member of the Newcastle Fire and Rescue Service, is pictured with Caolan Scott, Sienna Rogan, Sean Paul Hanna and Aoife Hyland . Gary called into the school just before the Christmas holidays and talked to the Primary 3 children about the dangers of electricity. The talk reinforced the message the children had been introduced to as part of their Electricity topic and stressed the importance of staying safe when near or using electricity. It was timely in that Gary talked about not over loading plugs and extension leads, switching off and removing plugs from sockets, throwing out appliances that had frayed wires and the dangers of lit candles, etc - all potential hazards particularly at Christmas time. He summed it up best by saying, "Laziness, Carelessness and Stupidity Kills."
Making clay leaves with our friends from All children's Integrated Primary School
Congratulations to Erinn who achieved a 25 metre swimming award ! Well done Erinn !
Shared Education trip to Donard Park
Our class dressed up in their Halloween costumes ready for the Halloween Party !
some of the spooky goings on in our classroom. What could all these things be doing here ? Is there a potion to be made or a spell to be cast ?
The pumpkins that were carved while the Primary 3s watched closely.
The pumpkin carved by Mr Prenter for our classroom, from drawing through the cutting out to the finished article.
Mr Prenter carved a pumpkin for all the P3 children to watch. After the Halloween break, we will use this and all the different steps taken, to begin work on procedural Writing. Procedural or How to . . . is about noting and including all the steps taken to do something.
Our visit to the Castlewellan Recycling Centre in Castlewellan as part of our What a Waste topic in the first term.
Some photographs of our class doing balances on the gymnastics equipment.
The Primary 3s talked about Internet Safety and watched Lee & Kim's Adventure. They were helped by Superhero Sid who gave them some important advice for when they are online. sid gave them 4 top tips: 1. People you don't know are strangers. They're not always who they say they are. 2. Be nice to people on the computer like you would in the playground. 3. Do not give out personal information. 4. If you ever get that "uh oh" feeling, you should tell a grown up you trust