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The Senior Room was very busy debating should primary school children have homework? Both sides presented strong arguments for and against.
As part of our study of the human body, the senior room studied the digestive system and made a model to demonstrate the journey of a slice of bread. From
Cranny National School was represented by Ciara Wallace at the Interschools Show Jumping Competition at Clare Equestrian Centre, Friday 19th October. Ciara performed excellently on the day. Well done Ciara!
For Aistear this month our theme was Autumn and Halloween. We practised our vocabulary based on this theme in lots of fun ways.
In September, our theme for Aistear was ‘My School’. We had great fun using our new vocabulary in a variety of games and activities. We did activities such as construction,
We went on a nature trail around the local area of Cranny. We identified many different types of plants and trees. We took some samples and created a display for
Our investigation question was ‘Do all my friends in my class have blue eyes?’ Our result was ‘No’. Ava-May, Luke, Aidan and Caitlin have blue eyes.
We went on a nature walk today as far as Cranny Bridge. We identified natural items and manmade items on our walk. We also identified signs of autumn.
Working on the number strand in the Junior Room during maths.
We brought in our personal artefacts from when we were babies for history. All children gave an oral presentation on their artefacts and we displayed them in our classroom. Well
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