Fáilte go Rang a Trí (2)
Mr. Ormond/Ms. Connor
Welcome to our class page
Our PE days are Wednesday and Friday. Please make sure the children are wearing their tracksuit and runners on these days.
We love Frida Kahlo. Do you like our Fridas? We think they are amazing!
Famous Women in History
We completed amazing projects based on famous women throughout history.
World Book Day
Look at our amazing costumes! We had a lovely time reading with Ms.O’Connor’s class.
Here are some of our paintings inspired by Jack B. Yeats, ‘For the Road.’
We drew portraits based on our dual personalities-what people see on the outside and what we are like on the inside.
Nollaig Shona Duit!
Trip around the world
Having done so much great work on the Vikings, we decided to do some projects on the Scandinavian countries. We also completed some geography fact file projects on the countries competing in the World Cup. Take a look at some of our projects and presentations.
World Cup Fever!
3rd class (2) took a trip to the school garden. We planted some onion bulbs. Come back soon to check their progress.
International Science Week
We celebrated international Science week this month in 3rd class (2). We made lava lamps, used invisible ink to write secret messages and understood how sugar dissolves in warm water. Take a look at some of our experiments below.
We were very busy creating some spooky Halloween Art silhouettes. We used a range of colours to make our paintings look as scary as possible.
Maths Week 2022
This month 3rd class (2) celebrated Maths week. We engaged in lots of different fun maths activities around the school. Take a look at some of the games we played.
Maths Trail in 3rd class (2)
This month 3rd class (2) completed a maths trail around the school. We learned about all of the different shapes, patterns and numbers in our school environment. As we walked around the school, we recorded the number of classrooms, windows and doors our school has. We also investigated the length and width of our own classroom, along with the distance to the main door of the school in metres. It was a great way to see how maths works outside the classroom. Take a look at our photos below.
History – Archaeology in 3rd Class (2)
We are really lucky to be undertaking an eight week workshop with Mark from the school of Irish Archaeology. Our first two sessions involved heading out to the ‘Big-Dig’ area in our school to excavate the site. We really enjoyed it. Take a look at all of the artefacts we discovered.