Should have gone to Specsavers? Well, we did!

Senior Infants have been learning a lot about the opticians and how important it is for us to look after our eyesight. Specsavers in Castlebar were very kind to allow Ms. English's and Ms. Gallagher's classes to visit and learn more about the different jobs that opticians do! We were very excited to go on our walk through Castlebar, and we made sure to wear our high-visibility jackets so that we could be seen. We had the chance to try on different types of glasses. Some of them had metal frames and nose pads, and others had plastic frames. We had a lot of fun trying to find the glasses and sunglasses that suited us best. We found out that an optician sometimes needs to measure the distance

Cad atá sa chófra éadaigh?

Anois tá Seachtain na Gaeilge ar siúl i Scoil Naomh Aingeal. Táimid ag úsáid ár gcuid Gaeilge. Tá Naíonáin Shinsearacha ag obair le chéile i mbeirteanna. Cuireann páiste amháin an ceist: Cad atá sa chófra? agus freagraíonn an páiste eile le: Tá sciorta sa chófra. Tá bríste sa chófra. Tá géansaí sa chófra. Tá léine sa chófra. Tá cóta sa chófra. Tá hata sa chófra. Tá gúna sa chófra. Táimid ag déanamh an-iarracht chun ár gcuid Gaeilge a úsáid!

Scratch Projects

In our Extra-Curricular Computer Class for Second and Third Classes we have been working on using the coding programme Scratch. Scratch involves using blocks of code to give instructions to a character called a "sprite." We used Scratch to write codes for our sprites, so that they could move, play music, change costumes, think and talk. It was great to see how inventive and creative the girls are. We've only "scratched" the surface of the endless possibilities that this programme and our Junior Coders can do!

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