We had an exciting visit to the River Deenagh this afternoon when we got to catch and release some salmon, brown trout, Gudgeon, eel and stickleback! We found fry and some even smaller species. We also saw some invertebrates and
We learned about all of the types of angling and about responsible fishing while looking after our fish stocks in our area. Have a look at our recap of this lesson…
Surprisingly we loved the recipes that we made! We will try them out at home again. When we began, a lot of us were afraid to try fish but now we will give it a go! We also know how
This part of the project is very exciting as we realise that Bradán is the one in a thousand of the eggs that began life in a Redd that will return to that same river to lay eggs of her
The estuary is a busy & dangerous place for Bradán. We know that she is extremely lucky to have survived the journey this far. Have a look at some of our work around this lesson…
And so does our learning… This week we learned about how important a good environment and ecosystem is for the development of not just Bradán but all fish. Pollution is only one of the factors that can lead to the
We listened and learned once again to the story of Bradán’s life cycle. Below are just a few follow up activities we did.
What exactly is a fish? To what group of animals does it belong? How does it differ from other animals such as mammals, birds, reptiles etc? Take a look at what we took away from this lesson…
Through our Something Fishy journey we enjoyed some hands on science activities! Take a look!
On December 7th Michael visited us to talk about the Something Fishy Project. We went over Bradán’s Story and had to look out for some errors during the video! The pupils who spotted correctly were lucky enough to win a