Here in Shielbaggan, we have been enjoying learning about Bradán’s journey to the sea. We are also working on the Water theme for our Green Schools project and created these posters to encourage everyone to save and protect water.
Over the past few weeks we in 6th Class have been learning all about fish in our waters. We learned how valuable water is and about our responsibility to protect it. We have been creating some videos and keynotes about
We made some clay fish using terracotta clay. We sculpted using modelling tools and when they dried, we painted them with a variety of different colours. Our class is looking forward to exploring the local rivers for different types of
We decided to chose different sea animals/insects and camouflage them using appropriate colours depending on there surrounding habitats
In lesson 8, we learned about the importance of keeping our rivers free from pollution. We also created “Think B4 U Flush” awareness posters following a visit from An Taisce to show how we can help reduce blockages and sewer
Our local river is the Ardigeen River and is renowned for fly fishing.
The children had fun simulating pollution using paints, detergents, litter and other debris. We learned how easy it is to pollute water and how difficult it is to reverse it!