Lucy has created this wonderful solar system model as part of her project work on space. Fabulous work Lucy! Lucy has been awarded pupil of the week this week. April 8th 2019.
Posts Tagged ‘P5’
Project 500 Primary 4/5 have commenced their latest World Around Us topic on the theme of space. We are following the Project 500 programme devised by NASA and Queen’s University, Belfast. The boys and girls will be engaged in exciting learning opportunities. Our project will last for 8 weeks and the highlight will be a […]
Look at our fabulous 3d models we created as part of our Ancient Egyptian Topic this term!
We had a wonderful and exciting time at our Christmas Party with Mrs McLeod this week. We would like to wish all our family and friends a very Happy Christmas! From all the boys and girls in Primary 4 and 5!
We had a very special delivery today, all the way from the North Pole! Elfie the Elf has finally arrived in P4/5 and we are all very excited to have him in our classroom this month.
Miss Evans visits Bryson Recycling with P4/5 Today we visited the Bryson Recycling Centre in Armagh as part of our WAU topic this term. We have been learning all about the Rubbish Monsters in our local area and we have made some fabulous junk models from recyclable materials. P4/5 have thoroughly enjoyed our topic this […]
Primary 4 and 5 enjoyed a visit today from the Fire Service. Paul, the Fireman from the Armagh Station came up to our class and he answered all the questions we had prepared. Paul gave us great advice on what we should do if there ever is a fire in our home. Paul gave us […]
As part of the topic of ‘Our School’ primary 4 and 5 worked in groups of four to create a map of our school and the surrounding area. We thought about all of the natural and man built features in the environment. Mrs Nugent was really impressed with how each group showed good communication and […]
Following on from their work on the properties of 2D and 3D shape P4 and P5 have been finding out about lines of symmetry and exploring mirror symmetry. We found out that all shapes are different. As Aoife said ‘the circle is really special’ because it has infinite lines of symmetry.
Primary 5, 6 & 7 pupils will undertake a Cycling Proficiency Test after school this Thursday 15th June.