With the summer holidays fast approaching, we decided to create this ‘fishy’ display! We all really enjoyed taking part in the Something Fishy programme and learned so many new and interesting things. As a memento of our work on this
In pairs we wrote reports about the seahorse, another sea creature with an fascinating life cycle. Afterwards we took one interesting fact from each report and put them together to create a poster. We also painted seahorses in watercolour.
We visited our local river with Michael and his colleagues and examined many varieties of river insects and fish. We also discovered that the quality of the river was very good.
Learn about the stages of the life cycle of the salmon by watching our entertaining puppet show.
Take a look at our animation of all the stages in the life cycle of the salmon that we created using Scratch.
Watch Sally Salmon talk about water pollution with local fish farmer Terence Trout and marine biologist Laura Lobster, on the “You’re Codding Me” show!
Watch our drama which explores the importance of recycling plastic.
We created our own unique take on the song “Giant” by Calvin Harris and Rag ‘n’ Bone Man – click on the download button to view it!
We had a wonderful afternoon on our field visit to a local river. It was completely hands on and a great follow up to our something fishy lessons. We got to examine real fish and the insects that live in
Something Fishy! The children from Ballaghameehan National School participated the Something Fishy Project. Classes were divided up and had to do research based on the different lessons provided by the Inland Fisheries. Two highlights of the project included the day