Adam brought in this remains of a pipefish that he found on Curracloe Beach
Below is some information about this species:
Pipefish look like straight-bodied seahorses with tiny mouths. The name is derived from the peculiar form of their snout, which is like a long tube, ending in a narrow and small mouth which opens upwards and is toothless. The body and tail are long, thin, and snake-like. They have a highly modified skeleton formed into armored plating. This dermal skeleton has several longitudinal ridges, so that a vertical section through the body looks angular, not round or oval as in the majority of other fishes.
A lego Model of the Titanic
Danny brought in this wonderful model of the Titanic which he made out of lego.
Fifth & Sixth Class created these masks in art class. They had great fun painting and decorating them.
Fifth & Sixth have fun with Construction
Look at what we made using plastic bottles, old boxes, paper plates, pipe cleaners and lots of other bits and pieces .............
3rd & 4th Class completed some fantastic projects
We hope you enjoy their slide show
5th & 6th listened to some songs about shoes & boots
"Blue Suede Shoes" & "These boots are made for Walking"
We the decorated some felt shaped shoes
Danny built this fabulous car.
Isn't it amazing!
Well done, Danny.
Harry & William's Video
Lights... Camera.... Action....
This video was created under the guidance of Mr Ryan, our Resource Teacher. They used our new Samsung Tablets to create their video.
Well done Harry & William!