Over the past eight weeks, Fourth Class have worked in their TSI groups independently applying comprehension strategies, developing skills such as working in groups, working in different roles and giving effective feedback. All children were trained in the roles of Leader, Questioner and Strategist and got to read a wide variety of reading material at their own pace. TSI was an extremely successful initiative and was thoroughly enjoyed by the pupils.......................
'TSI is fun and it helps build team working skills' Anna Lynch
'The teamwork is fun but the books are even better' Aoife Holland
'You must listen to the leader, the questioner asks the questions and the strategist predicts the future events' Colin Griffin
'It was enjoyable, the best part of English!' Lucy McCarthy
'It was fun and you could see how your reading improved with your group' Oscar Wrixon-Todd
'It was good because you can test your reading' Darragh Sweeney
'TSI is great even if you do it with a friend' Cathal Ahern
'It was fun, enjoyable and the best thing ever!' Gemma Collins
'TSI is fun and great, it helps us read so good that you will never believe!!' Freya Loughnane
'TSI is great fun because you can read with your friends' Dylan Keogh
Preparations have been in full swing in the lead up to Christmas. The pupils in Fourth class have also made a great effort to remember those in their community who are less fortunate. Well done.
The pupils in Fourth class have been carrying out research and putting together presentations, well done girls and boys!
A big well done to all of the boys and girls in Fourth class who took part in the Mini Scientist and congratulations to Hannah and Katie in Ms.Burns Fourth class who won first prize. We wish them the best of luck for the final in February!
Recent visit from Carena Caffrey to speak to Fourth Class about her trip to Rwanda with UNICEF representing Aer Lingus.
Take a moment to look at some of the many activities we have already completed in 2017.
4th Class really enjoyed Buddy Reading with the younger classes as part of Friendship Week in Term 1.