Our 4th, 5th and 6th class students created bird feeders out of milk bottles. Well done to our students for following the Green Schools code by reusing recyclable materials. We’ve even had a few birds visiting their new houses already!
Last week was Active Schools’ week in Feakle NS. There were very busy students in 4th, 5th and 6th class with swimming, golf, Irish dancing, obstacle courses and much much more going on!
A lot of our students also painted rocks and hid them around the village. Have you found any yet?
Some of our 4th, 5th and 6th class students have been creating their own take of Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers. Take a look!
One of our students even created an Oxeye Daisies version. Well done Tom!
Over the last two weeks, 4th, 5th and 6th class have been writing about their favourite memories over the past school year. Take a read. What has been your favourite memory this year?
Click here to see some ideas for fun projects you can make using Scratch coding programme.
Click on the video to hear a brilliant song about washing your hands, created by Szuszi, Eva and Elisa Kidney using Scratch. They must have put a lot of work into creating this catchy tune and animation.
The Clare County Library held a writing competition during the Covid-19 Lockdown, titled- A Day in My Life. The competition was open to all students aged from 7-15 years.
Elisa Kidney, in 3rd class, was shortlisted in the 7 to 9 yrs category, for her story- The Day We Lost Our Puppy.
Eva Kidney, in 4th class, was Highly Commended for her story, The Treasure Hunt, in the 10-12 yrs category.
And Zsuzsi Kidney, in 6th class, was shortlisted in the same category, with her story- If Walls Could Talk.
A massive well done to all three girls for doing so well in the competition. Please see below the links for each story.
Elisa’s story- The Day We Lost Our Puppy:
Eva’s story- The Treasure Hunt:
Zsuzsi’s story- If Walls Could Talk: