Miss Griffin’s 6th class have been continuing to work on their research and experiments for the Primary Science Fair in the RDS on 12th Jan 2018.
Matt, and his team of Conor, Gearóid and Alice, have developed a website for the public to track our progress and learn some facts along the way.
Each team now has a post on the blog about how things have been going for us so far. Stay tuned for more very soon! Click on the image below to bring you to our website!
Mark Jenkins paid a visit to Mr. O’Neill’s 6th class and played ‘The Elephant’ from Saint Saens’ Carnival of the Animals. Did you know that part of the bow for his double bass is made from a mammoth’s tusk? Neither did we.
Two weeks ago we had the school book fair which went great. We ran a competition last week as a thank you for supporting the Book Fair and all you had to do was leave a comment on the blog saying why you liked/loved the Book Fair. Everyone who left a comment was entered into a draw to win a few books. The winners of the books were Lauren from Ms. Griffin’s Class and Caelyn from Mr. McDonnell’s class. Congratulations girls!
Last week we had the school book fair which went great. We have two prizes this week as a thank you for supporting the Book Fair and all you have to do leave a comment on the blog saying why you like/love the Book Fair. Everyone who leave a comment will be entered into a draw to win a few books. We will have a winner from Junior Infants to first class and a winner from 2nd-6th class. Good luck everyone.
Which animals have night vision?
Does your gender affect your vision?
What colours do dogs see?
This is only a 3 of our mind boggling questions just
waiting to be answered. Like what about “which can see
further, a mammal or an insect?” or “Does age affect
With all the answered and much more, at the official
ROOM 17’s amazing Primary Science website!
Coming to you and all soon! Don’t miss it!
For more details, see below.
(No terms or conditions. Ask parents before going online. May contain images such as human eye anatomy. Thank you for the support.)
By Jack Fairley