Last week in Room 6 we were learning about card games with our KWL chart. We asked our parents to see what card games they were playing when they were young. Some of us also asked our grandparents. They liked to play Macao, Old Maid, Snap, Switch, Blackjack and Poker. We learned to play Go Fish and Old Maid. They were fun games. We ask Ms. Looney if we can play them everyday! If you would like to see photographs of us playing cards, click...
As you know by now, we will begin using Google Classroom to distribute homework for First and Second Classes this week. For any parents who missed the demonstration or for those who would like a refresher, please click the links below to view a video guide. Google Classroom Guide No. 1: Logging in for the first time Google Classroom Guide No. 2: Examples of...
All week we had fun playing with the Numicon. Numicon are little shapes with numbers of circles inside. It was like playtime when we were learning maths. Numicon helps us with our maths. It helps us learn. We even used it to count in Irish. Sometimes we have challenges with our Numicon. We had to use only one type of Numicon shape to cover the whole board. If you used 10s to cover the whole board, you would only need ten of them. If you were using 5s, you would need twenty of them. If you were using 4s, you would have twenty-five. Numicons are fun to use! Numicons are the best! For more photographs, click...
On Tuesday, we walked to the Citywest Hotel bridge. We were collecting information about the vehicles on the street. We call that data. We were counting how many vehicles went under the bridge. We used tally marks to help us record. We had to be very careful on the bridge and walking on the footpath. When we came back to the classroom we drew a graph using the squares in our copies. The cars were the most popular vehicles. Motor bikes, tractors and buses were the least popular vehicles. To view more images click...
Today we skyped Kerry. We skyped boys and girls in 4th Class in Kerry. We sang a song called ‘Sam is Coming Home‘. We want Dublin to win the Sam Maguire cup by beating Kerry in Croke Park on Sunday. We hope the people on Hill 16 will be very happy. UP THE DUBS! See more photos...
PART-TIME SCHOOL CLEANER REQUIRED
Temporary, Fixed Term
15 hours per week, 3 hours per day Mon-Fri
€13.42 per hour approx.
Applications are invited from motivated individuals to undertake cleaning duties at the Citywest & Saggart Community National School. You will be required to carry out a range of cleaning activities in accordance with college procedures and using your own initiative where necessary. Duties include the use of powered cleaning equipment to ensure the premises are kept in a clean and hygienic condition.
Closing date for receipt of Applications: Friday 22nd November 2019
Curriculum Vitae should be sent to:
Mr. Michael Byrne,
Citywest & Saggart Community National School,
This Week is STEM week in our school. Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter feeds to see the activities that will be going on.