Rang a 3

Fáilte go Rang a Trí!

Welcome to 3rd Class.

We have a fun and exciting year ahead.

We will be updating this page on all the things we get up to!

Science

In Science this month we have been looking at the body and our skeleton. To show the importance of our ribs, the boys created a protective layer using lots of different materials such as tin foil, cling film and foam. To test their durability, the boys tested out their creations by placing a biscuit inside and dropping it from a great height. We had no broken biscuits so it was an overall success!

Gaeilge

I rang a trí, táimid ag foghlaim faoi ‘Mé Féin’. Tá suim mór ag na páistí sa FBI agus de bharr sin, rinneamar ár gcuid suaitheantas féin. Scríobh siad eolas fúthú féin cosúil le ainm, aois agus a gclann. D’oibrigh na buachaillí go dian le sin agus bhain siad taitneamh as!

English 

This year, we are working really hard on our oral language skills. One of the ways in which we are doing this is by having a monthly debate. The motion for this month's debate was 'Should Homework be Banned?'. The boys presented their ideas to Rang a Dó today in a lively debate. There were fantastic points made from both sides with the homework should be banned side winning! Well Done to both sides!

Guitar

The boys have begun their guitar lessons as part of the Music Generation programme. The last two weeks they have been working on strumming and how to make the best sound from their guitar. They are really enjoying it!

Jersey Day

On October 3rd, the boys wore their favourite jersey to school in support of GOAL. They watched Ireland vs Japan in the Rugby World Cup and cheered them on!

Science

In Science this month we are looking at plants and living things. Yesterday we went out into the school garden and tried to identify as many different leaves using leaf ID cards. 

WOW WALL

In Rang a 3 we have a WOW wall where work that the boys have worked really hard on is displayed. The boys choose the piece of work themselves. Look at all our WOW work below!

steps Science Project

This term, Rang a 3 and Rang a 4 are participating in a very exciting science project run by Engineering Ireland. The boys have been put into groups and they must create an engineering invention which improves their local community. Today, the boys had their first group meeting and came up with lots of brilliant ideas such as; converting the church carpark into a garden, widening St Patrick's Road and creating docks for electric cars. We will keep you updated on all our progress over the next number of weeks!

Spooky Silhouettes

We're getting all set for Halloween here in Rang a 3. Check out our spooky silhouettes below!

Maths Week

It's Maths Week this week and Rang a 3 have been very busy with lots of different activities. Throughout the week, the boys have learnt how to play sudoku, they've done some spinning  multiplication, completed a Maths trail around the school and created their own 3-D Shapes. They enjoyed all the activities and had lots of fun with Maths!

Maths Monsters

Last week we learnt about 3D Shapes. Since it's close to Halloween, Rang a 3 made their own Maths monsters using as many 3-D shapes as they could. Check them out below! 

Friendship            Week 

Rang a 3 have had a fantastic week celebrating Friendship this week with lots of different fun activities. 

 

On Monday, the boys had a drumming workshop where they got to play lots of different types of drums.

On Tuesday, we had a debate with Rang a 2 about whether pupils should have to wear uniforms. There were lots of great points made by both sides!

On Wednesday, the boys wrote some friendship poetry and recited it to the class. 

On Thursday, Rang a 5 helped the boys make some friendship bracelets.

The Vikings

This month, Rang a 3 are learning all about the Vikings. This week, they created their own Viking shield and learnt how to write their name in Viking.

Oral Language Stations

Every Thursday, the boys play games to help improve their oral language skills. The games include; Speaker Box, Blurt, Splat Spell and Word on the Street. The boys are really enjoying the games and their skills are getting better and better each week!

Contact Us

Email - info@haroldboysdalkey.ie

01-2856193

Address

Harold Boys' National School Dalkey.

St Patrick's Road

Dalkey Co. Dublin