Ms Ailbhe Dunne - Sixth Class 2019/2020 Blog

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6th Class Update

Over the past few weeks 6th Class have been working hard online completing different projects and work at home. We have started new topics in Irish, English and Maths. Recently we completed a project...

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Easter Break

Hi sixth class, Well done to everyone who has sent me their fantastic work over the last three weeks. I really appreciate all of the hard work that you have been putting in. I...

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Week Three

Dear parents, guardians and sixth class, Thank you all for your continued support and engagement with the tasks that have been set out so far. It is so great hearing from you and seeing...

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Week Two

Dear Parents, Guardians and sixth class, I hope that you all had a great weekend. I want to thank everyone who sent completed work back to me over the weekend, I will be looking...

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Week 1

Dear parents/guardians, I have attached a suggested timetable to keep children focused throughout the week. The work included is not compulsory but rather a suggestion to keep children occupied and to consolidate the great work...

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Procedural Writing

Procedural writing has been the genre of writing that we have been focusing on in English recently. Procedural writing is a step by step instruction or a how-to guide to complete a specific task...

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Structural drawings

Last week we were drawing structures seen in nature and in buildings. We were exploring structure in architecture. We began by sketching the school building, then buildings and structures around the school grounds. Here...

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Light: Rainbow Spinners

In science we have been learning about light. We know that white light is made up of seven colours, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. White light can be split into these...

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Back to school

For the past two weeks we have been learning about Surrealism and the work of painter Salvador Dalí and in particular one of his most famous paintings The Persistence of Memory. We created some...