5th/ 6th Class

Here are some photos of the activities that 5th and 6th Class have been up to in the last couple of weeks. They have been busy doing projects, planting and baking at home. Keep up the good work!

Everybody Worries Book

Everybody Worries

Written and illustrated by Jon Burgerman

In this bright and friendly picture book, children learn that it’s okay to worry about coronavirus. Fun rhyming couplets keep the tone gentle and supportive, and you will find plenty of ideas for dealing with coronavirus in a positive way.

Everybody Worries offers your child the reassuring message that this crisis will pass, we are there for them, and we will get through this together.

Padlet Resources and AR Quizzes

Online Padlet Resources:

Following on from last week’s survey we found out that a lot of children are using tablets and phones for learning at home. We have created suitable padlets for each class level that should contain appropriate learning resources, and should be easily accessible from these devices. These resources will be updated weekly to reflect the work being sent out.

Junior and Senior Infants https://padlet.com/odonoghuerns/j2pihb6fx2vyatk

1st and 2nd Class https://padlet.com/odonoghuerns/n0kwh3m05iiuyio

3rd and 4th Class https://padlet.com/odonoghuerns/4i0181g64esznzr

5th and 6th Class https://padlet.com/odonoghuerns/i4vljp1j4fmn2noa

Accelerated Reader:

We have opened the AR system which means kids can log on at home 9am- 7pm Monday to Sunday.

This is for 3rd class to 6th class only. These children have usernames and passwords already.

To do this, the parents will need the link below:

https://ukhosted22.renlearn.co.uk/3002779

Your child should be able to login here to do quizzes on any novels they have read. They can check quiz numbers and books that have quizzes on http://www.arbookfind.co.uk

Boys football

Well done to the boys football team who won again against Lusk NS today. They played really well, fought hard and took their chances well. The next match will not be till after St Patrick’s Day