Many pupils participated in the Feis, the community games and the Féile over Easter. We are so lucky to have such a talented class. Well done everyone!
This week we are learning all about Algebra! We have learned some really fantastic rules which we can apply when we are doing equations.
Try these games:
How many capitals and countries can you get?
We are currently learning the countries and capitals of Europe.
Last week we had an ongoing debate about the troubles in Northern Ireland. We explored what it is to be a Unionist and a Nationalist. We looked at two very influential Leaders, John Hume and David Trimble and their role in achieving peace in Northern Ireland. We investigated the role of the British and Irish government also.
Key Facts about Northern Ireland
1920-21 The state of Northern Ireland was set up.
1967 The Civil Rights Association was formed to try and get equal treatment for everyone in Northern Ireland.
1969- The British Army was sent to Northern Ireland to try and restore peace.
1998 ON 10 April 1998 the Belfast Agreement or the Good Friday Agreement was signed.
1998 ON 23 May 1998, people in the Republic of Ireland and in Northern Ireland voted in favour of the Belfast Agreement
This music was composed by Shaun Davey, sung by Rita Connolly with Liam Ó Floinn on uileann pipes, and the Irish Chamber Orchestra.
We are learning a modern Irish traditional song. We listened to the piece and drew what we heard
What do you hear? What instruments do you hear playing?