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Sixth Class

Wellbeing Activities

February 23, 2021

6th class have been letting their creativity shine with some of their activities.

We have fantastic photographs taken by Eimear, showing us the beauty of our local area. Perhaps we have a future photographer in our midst! Well done!

Some fantastic drawings by Alicia and some very creative and interesting “laundry art” by Caoimhe! Well done girls!

Fun with Irish!

May 14, 2020

The Irish programme we use in school is now available to use online for free while schools remain closed.  This would be a great way to keep practicing simple Irish with your child.  

Here are the instructions to access Béal Beo,

  1. www.edcolearning.ie

  2. Click “Login” and use the following details to login: 

    Username: primaryedcobooks

    Password: edco2020

  3. Select “Béal Beo 6” for 6th class.

May 13, 2020

Here is some more lovely, creative work by pupils from Mrs. MacKenzie’s 6th class, well done boys and girls.

Keep up the great work!


May 8, 2020

Check out this poem written by one of our 6th class pupils! They were watching videos and learning about healthy foods! Well done!



Cauliflowers are fluffy and cabbages are green,

Carrots are sweet once they are clean,

Pile them on my plate, now don’t be mean,

I’m a 5-a-day, get out and play, veg eating machine.


May 8, 2020

6th class were exploring and learning about Geometry this week.  Check out the very creative geometry trees they designed.

Andy Warhol Inspired Art

May 6, 2020

Here is some very creative drawing by a 6th class pupil.

The picture was inspired by the work of the famous artist Andy Warhol – he was famous for the style of art known as “Pop Art”. 

Why not look up some examples of his art work and try to recreate your own!

May 6, 2020

Here is a lovely piece of work from one of our 6th class pupils


A very important message and something to remember during these difficult times, so why not have a think about how can you be kind to yourself or perhaps someone else, to help spread some positivity!

May 6, 2020

All our pupils should try to read everyday while at home from school, find something that interests you and get reading!

It can be a book, instructions, recipes, fact books, whatever interests you!

Here is a fun reading website, for all ages, with games, videos and lots of suitable reading material.

Follow the link, https://readingeggs.co.uk/

Story time!

May 6, 2020

Here is a link to a nice, simple story that might help at this time.

Click the following link, AnaGomezbook

Sixth Class are learning how to knit

November 9, 2018

Sixth class girls and boys are really enjoying learning how to knit.      

Sixth Class are learning about Early Christian Ireland

November 9, 2018

Sixth class created rules for the monks in the event of a Viking attack on their monastery. They created ancient manuscripts using teabags on paper and Celtic designs.

Sixth Class Animal Projects

October 24, 2018

Sixth class did fantastic projects on animals.