On the 28th of October a Maths Quiz was organised for 3rd to 6th Class for Maths Week. The boys and girls really enjoyed themselves and there was lots of prizes given out to the winners!
Thanks to Ms. Kealy and Ms. Waters for organising it.
The boys and girls of St. James’s Primary School are very grateful to the Haven Pharmacy on James’s Street.
The pharmacy has kindly donated brand new First Aid Kits to the school as well as a new set of gumshields for our football teams.
Many thanks to Haven Pharmacy!
We have read the Hungry Caterpillar whilst learning about the life cycle of the butterfly. We even have our own caterpillars which are now in cocoons. We can’t wait for them to become butterflies very soon!!
We took advantage of the good weather and took our learning outside. We played with sand and water to learn about the concept of capacity. The children were so engrossed in this activity and used lots of maths language whilst chatting with their partners. They talked about containers being full, empty, holding more, holding less. They measured how many spoons would fill a cup and counted as they went. We all had great fun!
We have been reading the story “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle. We have learned all about the life cycle of the butterfly and have completed lots of activities based on this theme.
Today we made Hungry Caterpillar necklaces using painted pasta, beads and card. It was a little tricky but we stuck with it and made some beautiful pieces.
We even have our own caterpillars in our room. We have watched them grow over the past two weeks. We think that they might be hanging in their cocoons when we come back to school on Monday.
After enjoying a lovely lunch at the picnic tables in the garden we decided to explore the garden.
The sun has got it’s hat on and we’re coming out to play, hip hip hooray!
When the Gardaí came to visit the boys and girls got a chance to dress up in their uniform. I think you’ll agree that they make the cutest new recruits!