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Everyoneyone looked amazing dressed as different Roald Dahl characters to celebrate Roald Dahl Day on Friday! There were farmers, foxes, Matilda, George, Charlie and Sophie. The BFG even made an appearance! The children enjoyed completing fun character related craft activities.
Roald Dahl Day fun in Primary 2 and 3
Can you name the Roald Dahl Characters?
Fantastic Mr. Fox fun
Brandon played his guitar for us
NSPCC Dance Marathon
We can make play dough
We are learning about instructional text with tea, toast and hot chocolate.
Enjoying outside play in the sun shine ☀️
Pancake Tuesday in P2/3
World Book Day 2019
We can explore and use money
Happy St Patrick’s Day from P2/3 🍀
We had a great day at Seascope NI Kilkeel. We got to see a range of crabs, fish and even got to hold a Lobster and some starfish. During our trip we got to create our own fish for our display and we even got free pencils. We had a lots of fun learning about under the sea and sea creatures that can be found in Kilkeel and Northern Ireland.
Our trip to Seascope NI Kilkeel
Baby Shark and Emily Shark
P2/3 getting into their topic of ‘Under the Sea’ during Play Based Learning.
We’re going on a shape hunt, we’re going to find a BIG ONE!
On Thursday we explored 2D shapes outside. We went on a shape hunt around school looking for circles, triangles, rectangles, squares, pentagons and hexagons. We found that most common shape was a rectangle and there is nothing in our school that is a pentagon or hexagon shape outside. Next week we are going on a 3D hunt.
We can develop our recounting skills
Thomas, Cormac and their mummy very kindly took in their pet Lambs Cookie and Joe to school for ‘Show and tell’. P2/3 had great fun meeting the lambs and Miss Connor even got a hug.
We are learning about fractions with pancakes, fruit and cake!
The Easter Bunny came to P2/3
We had a very special surprise today - Jason Grant (Sharon’s son) came in to talk to us about being a Scubadiver. He took in all of this equipment and showed us videos of his dives . Thank you Jason and Sharon.
Congratulations to our Primary 3’s on making their 1st Confession
Well Done Lola who got certificates for achieving her splits 🤸♂️
We are praying the Rosary during the month of May
The sun has come to Atticall ☀️
We have been learning this week about fiction and non-fiction books. Primary 2 where able to explore different types of books and spot the differences.
Farm Talk - 5th June 2019
We are exploring odd and even numbers
We are learning about Giants and Beanstalks
As our topic is giants and beanstalks we have been exploring the different books of ‘Jacks and the Beanstalk’. We have been able to recognise the differences and similarities between the books as well as the funny parts.
Father Day key rings
Belfast Zoo - 17th June 2019
Our school trip was to the Zoo. We just LOVED IT!!
We have been learning to write Acrostic Poems. We worked together to write a class poem about ‘Summer’.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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