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During the month of March, students from third and fourth class will learn about Sir Isaac Newton and Archimedes.

Some of our students have been using Scratch to demonstrate the achievements of these scientists. Click on each picture to view our work on Scratch.


Dáithí presented today about Sir Isaac Newton. To download the presentation, simply click on the apple!

Archimedes was tasked with finding the volume of an irregular shaped object. To read the full story, click on the image below!


Paper Cup Phone

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We are learning about sound this month in Science. We made two different phones to test how effective each phone would be. Our first phone used string and proved very effective at transmitting soundwaves. Our second phone used thread and it didn’t work at all. We guessed that this was on account of being outside, wind interfering with the sound waves and not holding the string taut enough.

Have a look at our videos to see how we got on!


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Amy created a working violin on Scratch. We are learning about string instruments and sound during the month of February in Science. To play the instrument, click on the green flag.

Cat’s Eye Nebula

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Cian made a wonderful presentation today featuring many facts about nebulas. To view the presentation, click on the above Cat’s Eye nebula.

Refraction of Light

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We explored the way that light refracts when it enters water. The water is a denser medium and the light wave is unable to travel at the same speed meaning a spoon will appear to bend. We used a laser to investigate this further.

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