Ms. Rogers

Room 14: Fáilte go seomra 14 rang a 3, múinteoir Ms. Rogers, where teamwork makes the dream work!.

January in Room 14

Some more pictures from our Fairy Cake Baking

January in Room 14

Happy New Year everyone! What a start to the new year it has been! Already, we’ve been learning our x4 and x8 tables. We’ve got real hands on life experience of length in Maths. Mrs Rogers let her group run 100m and we compared our times to Usain Bolts 100m sprints! Our topic in Gaeilge has been Eadai. We are also beginning our “Labairt Abairti” books which we are very.

November & December 2019 in Rm 14

Dia daoibh from Room 14! We are combining two months in this blog. We’ve been so busy as always. So much to report, so little time! Anyway some highlights include learning our times tables (x2, x3, x4, x5) in Maths, experiencing Café Gaeilge for Irish and writing narrative stories in English. In History we learned all about the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and Ancient Greece. We thoroughly enjoyed making.

October in Room 14

Hello again everyone. What a busy term this has been! We’ve made it to the end of Term 1 in Room 14! We’ve lots of new things to report in our classroom. In English we’ve been working on story settings and have used some excellent vocabulary to bring our scenes alive. We found it helpful to draw our story setting to help us see a clear picture of what we.

September in Room 14

Mrs Rogers Room 14 Welcome to Room 14 and our first post of the year! On our first day, we told Mrs Rogers that we felt a mixture of nerves and excitement the night before starting in the senior school. We were so excited to be back in school to meet our friends again and our new teacher, as well as learning new things, after the long Summer break. We.

Planting with Brian 🌿

Back in March, Room 15 were given the chance to do some planting with Brian. Each of us planted some sweet pea into compost trays and learned about the different ways we could help our plants grow. Brian then told us that if we looked after our plants properly, they could grow as high as 3 feet. This week Room 15 went back to our plants and it was truly.

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