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We are very excited that many of our EAL children have been working on a collaborative art project in the school. They have been working with local artist Petra Schulz on producing a mural in the main corridor. The theme is ‘Fairies in the Forest’. Watch this space! More information and photographs to come. We can’t wait to see the finished mural!
This week we are learning about food. In order to further your child’s learning at home, try some of the following:
- practise saying the words for foods and drinks around the home or in shops
- ask your child to name the foods he/she is eating for breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Practise the following phrases:
I am eating….
I ate …..
I like ….
I don’t like …..
I am hungry/thirsty.
Some children from 1st class worked as a group to take these photographs. They are of signs of summer they spotted around the school. Photographs by Karolina, Dominik and Reicela. These photos will be shared on Twitter as part of the school’s Twitter project: #irishschoolsummer.
We helped ‘Dizzy Tron’ to travel around the town today. We chose buildings for him to visit and then told him how to get there.
Dizzy Tron is a programmable robot and the children have to give him instructions on how to move. This helps develop early coding and programming skills. The children also learned all about the places in the town. We’ll post some videos soon!
For the next 2 weeks the children who come to me will be talking about Newbridge and the area in which the children live. We have been looking at photographs of buildings, shops and places in Newbridge: Whitewater, the playground, the cinema, Tesco, the pharmacy, the petrol station, the hairdressers and so on…. Please talk to your child about the places and buildings you see when on the way to school or at the weekend. We would love some more photos of Newbridge so please take photographs with your child and email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Photographs from all children and parents are welcome! We will post our photos of Newbridge on the website soon!