We turned into mice for the school concert in March.
We opened up the show and did our parents, our teachers, Ms. Barrer and ourselves proud! Squeak!
We think mice are rather nice,
Their tails are long,
Their faces are small,
They haven’t any chins at all.
Their ears are pink,
Their teeth are white,
They run about the house at night!
They nibble things they shouldn’t touch,
And no-one seems to like them much!
But, we think mice are NICE!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day from all of the boys and girls in Ms. Bell’s 1st Class 🙂
Do you like our colourful rainbows?
We used oil pastels in every colour of the rainbow to make our magical masterpieces.
Then we used black and yellow paint to create our pots of shiny gold.
Now there’s only one thing left to figure out. Where did Lucky the Leprechaun go???
Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone! ♣
Saint James’s Primary School Cleanest Classroom Champions December 2014
Don’t we look happy Mammies, Daddies and Guardians?
We won the Cleanest Classroom Competition in December and we are working hard to do well this month!
We are working hard to get points by putting the right rubbish in the correct bin. We also make sure our floor is tidy and that we bring home all our lunch in our lunch bags.
Our classroom bins. Yellow is for general waste. Orange is for recycling paper.
Our orange bin is our recycling bin. We only put paper in this bin.
We love recycling and having a tidy classroom!
We are learning about ancient Rome. Everyone in our class is busy working on their project. In a few weeks we will be ready to present our projects. Did you know that people used to fight to death in the Colosseum? It’s now one of the most popular tourist attractions in Rome.
Welcome to our class blog. We cant wait to share our news with you all! Hurry back for more.
As Spring is the time of growth, we decided to do a little planting! We learnt all about how plants grow and what they need to survive. After this, we got some plastic cups, compost, sunflower seeds and water and planted our very own Sunflowers.
We will look after them every day and hopefully the sun will shine enough to make them big and strong!